- BusinessYahoo Finance
Adidas told its employees on Monday it would not yet close U.S. stores because of coronavirus. On Tuesday, it reversed course and closed all U.S. stores.
Don’t mock people for buying extra toilet paper — they’re doing the best they can with inconsistent and sometimes wrong advice
People do not experience disasters in the same ways, and strategies that ignore those differences often disadvantage the most vulnerable and marginalized. In the American response to COVID-19, we've seen much of the same misdirection. Considerable attention is on what individual households and organizations are doing wrong: Buying the wrong things, following the wrong advice, spreading the wrong information.
- SportsLA Times
Brandon Browner was admitted to Wasco State Prison to serve the rest of an eight-year sentence for attempted murder and two counts of child cruelty.
- U.S.Meredith Videos
Most California schools will likely remain closed for the rest of the school year because of the new coronavirus, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday.
As the coronavirus threatens to push the global economy into recession, the Trump administration is rolling out an unusual idea: handing out free money. President Donald Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Tuesday proposed mailing out checks of up to $1,000 to American adults to quickly pump hundreds of billions of dollars into the U.S. economy at a time when airlines are slashing flights and officials are shuttering restaurants, sports arenas and other public venues.
- BusinessAmerican City Business Journals
Issaquah-based Costco Wholesale Corp. announced Tuesday a $1 billion acquisition of a third-party delivery company it has been using since 2015. The membership-only wholesaler bought Innovel Solutions, which has been helping retailers like Costco and Sears transport bulky items to customers for years. Innovel was a subsidiary of Transform Holdco LLC, which operates Sears and Kmart.
- CelebrityWomen's Health
She does strength training five days a week.