Nonprofits face falling revenue and increased demand

Communities First was founded 10 years ago to help boost economic development in Flint, Mich., and began this year thinking about ways to celebrate its first decade. The coronavirus had other plans. “I think the community was building progress” following the water crisis, says president and CEO Glenn Wilson. But the economic shutdown hit his […]

Why this analyst sees Netflix stock crashing more than 60%

Believe it or not, there are still a few bears out there on Wall Street on the juggernaut stock that is Netflix (NFLX). Take for instance Morningstar analyst Neil Macker. “Our cautiousness around Netflix is around a number of things. Number one, cash flow for the...

Trump dismisses idea of 2nd wave shutdown; vaccine race heats up

President Donald Trump dismissed the idea of a new series of lockdowns should the world’s largest economy experience a second wave of coronavirus infections, which continue to level off as parts of the country reopen. In the U.S., overall cases appear to be slowing,...

Stimulus checks are working: Walmart U.S CEO

The debate on whether the stimulus checks arriving to the digital bank accounts of U.S. consumers are working rages on in the halls of Congress and on Wall Street. But from the perspective of America’s largest retailer Walmart (WMT), the newfound cash infusion to...

Walmart plows ahead with COVID-19 testing

Walmart (WMT) continues to plow ahead with turning its store parking lots into vital COVID-19 testing facilities. “We have got about 180 sites that are doing coronavirus testing today,” Walmart U.S. CEO John Furner said on Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade on Friday....