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Moneywatch - CBSNews.com
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"15 Percent Pledge" calls on retailers to commit space to Black-owned businesses
The "15 Percent Pledge" calls on major retailers to commit a minimum of 15% of their shelves to Black-owned businesses.
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Boeing CEO waived pay but got compensation worth $21 million
Stock package comes as aerospace company lost nearly $12 billion last year and announced plans to cut 30,000 jobs.
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Almost half of Americans financially struggling 1 year after COVID-19 hit
In this tale of two economies, 40% of Americans have had a job cut or layoff — while 30% say they're better off than a year ago.
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Texas governor back law to stop social media sites from banning users
A red-hot wave of Republicans in 20 states is pushing for new rules since former President Trump was banned from the two platforms.
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There was no mass exodus from California in 2020, research finds
While exits from pricey San Francisco soared 649% in 2020, most of the people who left stayed within the state.
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Moderate Democrats shoot down $15 minimum wage
The amendment, similar to the standalone Raise the Wage Act, would have increased the hourly minimum wage from $7.25 over 5 years.
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Stockton experiment shows guaranteed income works, analysis says
A $500-per-month stipend helped recipients secure full-time jobs, be better parents and partners, and improve their health.
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Performing arts industry faces "utter devastation" from pandemic
Nearly a year has passed since U.S. theaters closed their doors. Performers say they're running out of time.
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Senate forges ahead with Biden's COVID relief plan
The Senate is beginning a marathon debate on President Biden's $1.9 trillion relief plan. Democrats are trying to get it over the finish line, but Republicans aren't making it easy. Nikole Killion has the latest.
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U.S. debt set to double over next 30 years, Congressional Budget Office says
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office warned of increased risk of fiscal crisis in a new report.
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