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870,000 More Americans File for Unemployment Claims, an Increase from the Week Prior

The number of claims have hovered just under 900,000 throughout September after finally dipping below 1 million in August for the first time since March

U.S. Jobless Claims Rise Back Over 1M After Dipping to 20-Week Low

1.1 million Americans filed for unemployment the week ending Aug. 15, an uptick following two weeks of declining numbers

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Cirque du Soleil Files for Bankruptcy Protection, Cuts Nearly 3,500 Jobs in Response to Pandemic

"With zero revenues since the forced closure of all of our shows due to COVID-19, management had to act decisively to protect the Company’s future," Daniel Lamarre, the president and CEO of Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group, said in a statement

A 'Shecession': Non-White Women Suffer the Most Job Losses Over Coronavirus, Data Shows

Women lost their jobs in areas that suffered tremendously during the pandemic, leading to the first time since 1948 that the unemployment rate for women has hit double digits

Souplantation Announces It Is Closing All of Its Restaurants Permanently in the Wake of Coronavirus

All 97 locations of Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes have been permanently shut down