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“Stop Looking for a Post-Covid Intellectual, We Have Found One”: Le Point Profiles Luigi Zingales

Writer and entrepreneur Mathieu Laine wrote an extensive profile of Luigi Zingales for the French magazine Le Point. They discussed the pandemic,...

Publicly Traded Companies Got $300 Million In Small Business Loans: AP Investigation

Neither the Trump administration nor the lending industry has disclosed a list of Paycheck Protection Program beneficiaries.

Top Economist: US Coronavirus Response Is Like Third World Country

Joseph Stiglitz attacks Donald Trump, saying US on course for second Great Depression.

Spectrum Employees Are Getting Sick Amid Debate Over Working From Home

More than 230 workers at Charter Communications, the cable and internet giant known as Spectrum, have tested positive for Covid-19.

A Wealth Tax Is the Logical Way to Support Coronavirus Relief

A onetime assessment of the 5 percent at the top would do wonders — and help prove that we are all in this together.

How to Save 40 percent of the Payroll Protection Program’s Costs

Thanks to the loan program part of the CARES Act, small businesses can receive up to 2.5 times their monthly payroll, regardless of how much...

The Hidden Risks of Stimulus Packages: Federal Debt Is Not a Problem – Until It Is

Most economists agree that some stimulus bill to mitigate the effect of the pandemic was a necessary evil (although they argue about how good the...

Back to Work? The Political Preparation for “Phase 2” of the Pandemic Is a Matter of Trust

According to a special wave of the Booth/Kellogg Financial Trust Index, Americans have bought into social distancing rules. However, most of the respondents are...