It’s not exactly a new word, but “Zoom” has taken on an entirely new meaning since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and the widespread stay-at-home orders engendered by public health concerns.
As more states and cities continue gradual re-opening and allowing mandatory stay-at-home orders to expire, uncertainties remain for many of us. Is the coronavirus going away? How can I be sure it’s safe to go out in public? Should I wear a face mask? Is it okay to go to a restaurant or have friends come to the house?
With gross domestic product (GDP) off 2.4% in the first quarter of 2020 and broad anticipation of perhaps ten times that figure in the second quarter, the U.S. economy already meets the textbook definition of a recession, according to a number of economists.
The Life and Legacy of Irene Bernhardt
January 6, 1936 - August 28, 2006
As we mentioned in a previous article, the coronavirus pandemic has ushered in a host of rapid changes in the way Americans think, shop, socialize, travel, and work.
Americans—especially the affluent—are some of the most charitable people in the world.* Chances are, you use some of your wealth to support favorite causes or organizations that are important to you.