An exodus from high-rent cities would be a great development.
Economists had projected a total of 825,000 new jobless claims for last week.
Regulation accelerates gains for high-skilled workers while hurting everyone else.
Coronavirus and the election, new jobs numbers, the president's taxes, and more.
Half of New York City’s Restaurants, Bars Could Permanently Close Due to Coronavirus, State Audit Finds
The financial impact of the reduced service left nearly three-quarters of employees in the city’s restaurant industry jobless at the pandemic's peak.
On the menu today: a spike in new-business formation and a reevaluation of exchange rates and international trade.
Edward Goldberg's Why Globalization Works for America offers a well-argued, timely defense of globalization.
Last week marks a decrease of 130,000 new claims from the prior week's 1.011 million initial claims.