· Pills, mills and bellyaches: how Blackburn out-partied Manchester →
As Candy Flip’s cover of Strawberry Fields Forever reverberated around the mill, a bolt of white light emerged – the shutters had been raised, revealing rows of police with riot shields.
· Donald Trump preparing order targeting social media protections →
Trump had threatened social media companies with new regulation or even shuttering on Wednesday, but he alone can’t do that.
· Coronavirus unleashing new wave of US layoffs →
The weekly jobless claims report, the most timely data on the economy's health, is being watched to assess how quickly the economy rebounds after businesses shuttered in mid-March to control the spread of COVID-19 and almost ground the country to a halt.
· California readies for 'realistic' nightmare — raging wildfires during a pandemic →
But if the company does shutter part of its grid this year, the event might be a little less aggravating.
· Weekly initial jobless claims hit 2.1 million →
The layoffs reflect an economic landscape that has been shattered and shuttered.
· Some Think The Government Will Come For Our Gold →
As the economies of the world shut down in February and March, and large segments of the economies remain fragile and shuttered, central banks have unleashed a tidal wave of monetary policy stimulus.
· Job vacancies collapse has hit low-income workers hardest – ONS →
The ONS release showed that 24% of shuttered businesses expected to start trading again in the next four weeks, compared with 31% which expect to start trading later than that.
· Lockdown: What will government announce after latest three-week review today? →
* Definitely remaining shuttered for now:
· Siberian zoo sees lockdown baby boom →
BOGOTA, Colombia — The U.N. World Food Program is warning that upward of at least 14 million people could go hungry in Latin America as the coronavirus pandemic rages on, shuttering people in their homes, drying up work and crippling the economy.
· Heavy rain, gusty winds claim two lives, disrupt restoration work in cyclone-hit West Bengal →
In Howrah, several areas including Panchanantala Road, Shibpur, and Mandirtala remained inundated, with just a few shops lifting shutters during the day.