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From Walmart to Starbucks, these 21 retail companies are changing their benefits policies amid the coronavirus pandemic
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, retail companies including Walmart and Starbucks are providing hourly workers with unprecedented sick leave benefits.
I spent around $50 to taste 12 items from the chain's menu, and its different egg sandwiches were some of the best and worst things I tried.
Billionaire Bill Ackman says he recently made a $2.5 billion bet that the US economy will bounce back quickly from coronavirus
"We think the country is getting to the right place on this issue," Ackman told Bloomberg. "I feel like the Trump administration has upped its game."
All of Target’s Starbucks locations are temporarily closed, and many baristas are transferring to work in the superstore itself
Target employees who had worked in Starbucks cafés have the option to transfer to other jobs in the superstore.
Starbucks is paying workers for 30 days, even if they don’t show up for work amid the coronavirus outbreak
Starbucks announced on Friday it is paying workers for the next 30 days whether they come to work or not, amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Starbucks is closing thousands of café-only stores across the US, keeping drive-thrus open and paying workers for 30 days whether they come to wo...
Starbucks will switch to a drive-thru- and delivery-only model for the next two weeks.
‘If that disease is anywhere, it’s in that cash drawer’: Workers are begging customers not to pay in cash at fast-food chains like M...
Fast-food workers worry than they could catch the coronavirus — or spread it to others — by handling cash at work as chains remain open.
Fast-food giants like McDonald’s and Burger King told Trump it is essential they stay open during the coronavirus outbreak. Not all workers are ...
Trump seems sure that fast-food chains will feed America during the coronavirus outbreak. Workers are less convinced.
McDonald’s, KFC, and other fast-food giants are shutting down seating and emphasizing drive-thru orders amidst the coronavirus outbreak
In recent days, a number of chains have announced they are shifting to a to-go model, emphasizing delivery, drive-thru, and take-out orders.
Starbucks is removing seats from stores and shutting down busy locations in an attempt to contain the coronavirus outbreak
Customers can still order at the counter and at the drive-thru window, as well as order delivery and via the chain's app for in-store pickup.