Dollar General store

Dollar General Hiring Up To 50,000 To Meet Coronavirus Demands

In a statement, the company said it was looking to "nearly double its normal hiring rate."


1:03Cepheid's new coronavirus test

Rapid Coronavirus Test Authorized By FDA For Emergency Situations

1:01A Carnival cruise ship
Carnival Corporation

Carnival Offers Its Empty Cruise Ships To Serve As Makeshift Hospitals

0:56Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin

IRS Pushes Back Tax Day From April 15 To July 15

1:08Nikki Haley
Jose Luis Magana / AP

Nikki Haley Resigns From Boeing's Board Of Directors

0:45A Walmart store

Walmart Plans New Hires, Cash Bonuses Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

0:58Walmart logo

Walmart Shortening Hours Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

1:07An Amazon Truck

Amazon Is Prioritizing High-Demand Items Coming Into Warehouses

1:08Unemployment lines in Las Vegas
John Locher / AP

Unemployment Claims Rise Amid Outbreak

1:06A man works on a General Motors assembly line
Carlos Osorio / AP

U.S. Automakers Willing To Produce Ventilators At Closed Factories

0:44Traders at the New York Stock Exchange
Mark Lennihan / AP

New York Stock Exchange To Close Floor, Shift To Electronic Trading

1:22United Auto Workers assemblymen working
Carlos Osorio / AP

Big Three Automakers Agree To Halt Production Amid Coronavirus

1:00Target sign
Susan Walsh / AP

Target Scales Back Hours, Lets Elderly Shop Separately Amid Pandemic

1:00Closed sign on door to a restaurant
AP / Elaine Thompson

Federal Reserve Activates Economic Safeguards Last Used In 2008

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McDonald's Closes Its Seating Areas, Asks Franchisees To Do The Same

0:58An Amazon Fulfillment warehouse

Amazon To Hire 100,000 More Workers As Coronavirus Drives Up Demand

0:40A row of Pacific Gas & Electric vehicles
Ben Margot / AP

Court Approves PG&E's Bankruptcy Financing Package

0:54Louis Vuitton storefront

Louis Vuitton's Parent Company Will Start Making Hand Sanitizer

1:33A host in Chicago's Batter & Berries
Newsy / Madeline Carl

Chicago Restaurant Owner Worried About Aid Timing In COVID-19 Shutdown

1:00New York Stock Exchange
AP / Craig Ruttle

Stock Market Sharply Declines Amid Coronavirus Fears

1:04A closed sign in a store window
Matt York / AP

Coronavirus Concerns Lead To Layoffs

0:56Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell
AP / Jacquelyn Martin

Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates To Almost Zero

0:50Walmart shopping cart in empty aisle.

Walmart Announces Shortened Hours To Restock And Sanitize Stores

0:43Dick's Sporting Goods
Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP

Dick's Sporting Goods Removes Guns From More Stores

1:05"Sold" sign in front of a house
AP / Charles Krupa

Coronavirus Worries Bring Mortgage Rates To Record Lows

0:57The new BMW logo on a concept vehicle

BMW Unveils New Logo ... Sort Of

1:03Former President of the United Auto Workers union, Gary Jones
Paul Sancya / AP

Former President Of United Auto Workers Charged With Corruption

1:36People in Hong Kong wearing medical masks

Coronavirus Outbreak Has Paused A Lot Of Small Businesses

2:49A file image of movie theater popcorn

How Are Shuttered Chinese Movie Theaters Impacting Hollywood Films?

0:53A United Airlines plane
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United Airlines To Cut U.S. Flights Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

0:44Sign on a shelf saying hand sanitizer is sold out at a store in Washington
Ted S. Warren / AP

Shoppers Stock Up On Hand Sanitizer; CDC Says Still Wash Your Hands