New York City Eviction Rates Will Soar Soon

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According to the New York Times, eviction cases are expected to soar in New York City as housing courts reopen and landlords seek to recoup income lost during the pandemic. Questions: What is the estimate of how many eviction actions will be filed in New York City’s housing courts in the coming days? In addition… Read more »

Does This Situation Seem to be Ethically Correct During a Pandemic?

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  HCA Healthcare, one of the world’s wealthiest hospital chains, earning more than $7 billion in the past two years and worth $36 billion, paid its chief executive $26 million in 2019. However, as the pandemic spread across America, HCA did not provide adequate protective gear to medical staff, froze wages for nurses, and has… Read more »

Sad Times for a Retail Icon!

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This week, J.C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection after a prolonged decline over the past 20 years, becoming the latest and largest retailer to fall during the coronavirus pandemic, which has devastated the industry. Questions: How many employees does this affect? When and where did the company start? How many stores does the company have… Read more »

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As the coronavirus pandemic is affecting jobs across the country, ZipRecruiter announced that it will be cutting a large amount of jobs. Questions How much of its workforce is ZipRecruiter cutting? Discuss the timing and why this is so ironic? Where is ZipRecruiter headquartered? Source Morris, M. (2020). $1.5 BILLION ZipRecruiter just laid off hundreds… Read more »

Shopping Life Changes During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Nationwide, many stores are closing an hour earlier than regular closing times “to allow employees to clean and restock store shelves, as well as for their health and wellbeing.” Questions: Besides closing early, what are some stores doing? What is Dollar General encouraging their shoppers to do? What types of stores were primarily highlighted in… Read more »

Changes at Amazon due to the Coronavirus

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According to BusinessInsider.com, Amazon is halting all warehouse tours in North America as concerns over the coronavirus outbreak grow in the US. Questions: What did Amazon do last month due to supply chain worries? Why did Amazon ban more than a million products on its website from third party sellers? What travel directive did Amazon… Read more »