New data released by the Department of Labor showed 3.8 million filed jobless claims in the week ending April 25.
Research published by the American Bus Association predicted the motorcoach industry could lose $4.7 billion and more than 27,000 jobs.
Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox told President Donald Trump during a Wednesday roundtable event that he hoped casinos on the Las Vegas strip would be reopened by May 25.
"These steps will be deliberate," DeSantis said Wednesday. "They will not be like turning off a switch."
Only 44 percent of those polled say they would rather see Trump handle the economy while Biden garnered 51 percent of the approval of poll participants.
The Senate majority leader argued liability protection was the "only way" the U.S. economy could bounce back from the pandemic.
Three of the four groups aren't getting what they need to survive this crisis, and as long as that's the case, no one can be secure.
Governors in multiple U.S. states have begun to ease restrictions placed on nonessential business amid the Covid-19 pandemic, while local governments have cited public health concerns in issuing often contradictory restrictions.
Governor Mike DeWine provided detailed guidelines for workplaces permitted to resume operations over the next two weeks, which include continued physical distancing measures and mandatory face coverings.
The need couldn't be more abundant, nor the solution more clear.
"You're looking at something minus 20 to minus 30 in the second quarter," Kevin Hassett predicted.
There appears to be a general decline in bankruptcy filings during the current crisis, though most courts anticipate that a wave is coming soon.
Boris Johnson has returned to work today, three weeks after he was hospitalized with the coronavirus.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin offered a more optimistic assessment, saying that the economy would "really bounce back in July and August."
We need to move decisively to both reopen the economy and protect public health.
The reviews of what should happen next as Texas slowly reopens its economy are mixed, with some businesses ready to hit the ground running, and others wanting to wait and see if COVID-19 comes back in a second devastating wave.
The fall is the steepest on record since the Office for National Statistics started recording data in 1996.
"At the end of the day," Freeman said Thursday, "all we're doing is putting guidelines out. We're not telling businesses they have to open or anything like that."
In the past five weeks, 26.4 million people have filed for unemployment nationwide due to the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
It is the first step in Governor Greg Abbott's plan to reopen the Texas economy.
"The impacts of COVID 19 no longer warrant the suspension of our constitutional rights," Sheriff Fortney wrote Tuesday.
The U.S. Treasury will issue trillions of dollars in new debt to fund the massive coronavirus stimulus program. Who will buy it?
A new survey also revealed that less than one in four Americans believed the economy was in a good or excellent condition.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott says companies "big and small alike" are hiring as the state ramps up efforts to reopen the economy amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
What's happening in New York City is heartbreaking, but most Americans don't live there. And we need to do what's right for us.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said that she hoped to "lead by example" in cutting her own salary by 10 percent as the state struggles with a budget shortfall due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott shared his plan to carefully and cautiously reopen the state's economy on Friday. The first phase involved the reopening of state parks and the use of "retail-to-go" services starting on Friday.
"Unless we get the virus under control, the real recovery economically is not gonna happen," Dr. Anthony Fauci said.
The president appointed the congresswoman to his 'Opening Up America Again' taskforce on Thursday last week.
Just 32 percent of respondents said they were concerned the economy wouldn't be reopened quickly enough.