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China’s Airline Industry Aims to Lure Back Passengers with Unlimited Flight Pass

The campaign, called “Wild Your Weekends,” offers passengers unlimited weekend trips throughout China by the end of 2020 for 3,322 yuan (approximately $473).

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US corporate debt soars during coronavirus outbreak

A total of  724 businesses filed for bankruptcy in May, up 48 % as compared to the same month in 2019, said a report by legal-services firm Epiq Global.

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The Hair Room reopens

The Jersey City hair salon reopened this week after a three month shutdown.

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A second wave of the coronavirus creates travel woes in Beijing

A second wave of COVID-19 has hit Beijing.

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Backyard music lessons

As long as the Seattle weather permits she plans to continue this way, leaving a hand sanitizer pump at the student’s piano and wiping down instruments after each lesson.

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Late Support for Black Lives Matter Thrusts Brands into Damage Control

Dozens of companies have taken actions that range from social media posts to new products to more diverse boards.

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Clock is ticking for NYC restaurants even as outdoor dining resumes  

Social distancing efforts have devastated New York City’s restaurant industry but the crisis is just beginning.

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D.C. black owned business thriving as consumers look to “buy black”

During the month of June there have been more searches for black-owned businesses throughout the country.

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Michigan hair salons are back in business

Stylists are working a staggered schedule and only allow up to 10 people total in the salon at a time to minimize the spread of COVID-19. 

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Seafood markets in China lose business over new COVID-19 scare

 About 1,200 miles away from Beijing, the reopening in Sichuan was promising. But the salmon cutting board news hits the seafood markets and restaurants hard.