Our series of conversations with leaders.
Marriott, which was hit hard by the pandemic when it first began, announced this week that the company will lay off 17% of its corporate staff in October.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, demand is down 80%.
The meal kit delivery service reported 10% growth in net income during the second quarter of this year compared to the same period last year.
USAFacts launched the "Coronavirus Impact and Recovery Hub" to track the nation's response to the pandemic.
Tristan Walker, founder and CEO of the Black beauty and health line Walker & Company, talks about the barriers Black businesses face in this country.
Ricaurte Vasquez, administrator of the Panama Canal, discusses how climate change is affecting the supply of freshwater the canal needs to operate.
Retail sales have dropped significantly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but viewership has gone up for QVC and HSN.
Meals on Wheels is serving 21 million fewer meals today than in 2005 because of relatively flat funding from Congress.
Amtrak says it logged an operating revenue of $3.3 billion — a 3.6% increase over the last fiscal year.
“The writing's on the wall for the end of fur,” says Kitty Block, Humane Society of the United States' CEO.
Unilever also pledges to collect and process more used plastic packaging than it sells over the next six years.
Marriott International says it will eliminate small plastic bottles of shampoo, conditioner and bath gel from its hotel rooms by the end of 2020.
The company started with a Kickstarter in 2014. Five years later, Allbirds has reported it's worth $1.4 billion.
Shipt founder Bill Smith, a high school dropout who's become something of a hometown hero, says keeping the business local was his "key to success."
Ballmer has founded an organization called USAFacts that provides one-stop shopping for federal, state and local government statistics. It's just released its annual report.
Nikki Fried was elected commissioner of agriculture on a pro-marijuana platform, and is working with the Republican governor on a variety of environmental efforts.
The demand for paper straws has risen as cities and companies like Los Angeles and Starbucks have stopped using plastic straws.
Loop, in partnership with large consumer brands, will offer reusable containers for some 300 household products.
A host of companies have emerged to combat misleading information online. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with the co-CEO of a company that rates news websites on credibility.
Paradise, California, was devastated by the wildfire. Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is headquartered one city over, and is releasing a special beer — Resilience IPA — to raise money for...