-The Brookings Institution
The four consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for the labor market – and specifically the consequences for lower-paid work, according to a new report from The Hamilton Project.
– The Wall Street Journal
Restaurant operators deepen their focus on takeout, drive-through and delivery services as coronavirus cases rise.
– The New York Times
Some corporate bosses offered to cut their pay, but most did not. Those who did gave up less than 10 percent of what they received last year.
– FOX Business
More than 80 percent of restaurant operators said third-party delivery prevented them from having to lay off staff members or cut hours during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study from Uber Eats in partnership with food market research firm Technomic.