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Why Empathy Is Important in Leaders Right Now

These strategies for practicing empathetic leadership aim to keep stressed employees engaged.

6 Tips to Make Remote Work Actually Work

Remote work expert Nick Sonnenberg shares practical advice.

New PPP Law Extends 8-Week Period and Reduces Percent Payroll Cost Rule

Senate passes House bill that eases restrictions on how long businesses have to spend funds and how they can allocate them.

Unemployment Rate Dips as May Jobs Numbers Rebound

More than two million Americans were hired last month, leading to an unexpected improvement in overall out-of-work data. Though there are some notes of caution.

Don't Knock the Cameo Hustle

Meet three entertainers who've made the most of the personalized video-sharing app during quarantine.

How the Coronavirus Has Changed the Future of Work

Here's what you can expect your leadership role to evolve in the new normal.

4 Businesses That Have Pulled Off Feel-Good Pivots on the Fly

Their actions prove that every dark cloud can indeed have a silver lining.

That Money Network Envelope Isn't Spam; It's Your Stimulus Debit Card

After reports of people mistaking their government-issued funds for junk mail, the IRS has (mostly) cleared up confusion.

Which Public Companies Have Returned Their SBA PPP Loans? (Updated)

A slew of multi-million-dollar businesses have been granted government recovery funds, to much controversy. Here are the ones who've given the money back.