YouTube pulled 30,000 videos to share misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines, Axes . Details on the withdrawals come six months after the company updated its policies to on coronavirus vaccines. Prior to October, YouTube had more general disinformation policies on coronaviruses, but these weren’t specifically about vaccines. The company has removedRead More →

Health care is a priority, and not just because of the pandemic. Daily emergency room headlines, rising health insurance costs (and the changing healthcare landscape) have everyone thinking more than they have at home. Health Insurance. Matt Randall, CEO of the startup InsurTech Place, told PYMNTS that affordable accidental injuryRead More →

The recent rise in commodity prices and the ad hoc financial support underway to offset natural disasters, tariff retaliation and coronavirus-related damage have come a bit too late for some farmers in the United States, that is, to say Agricultural profitability 2020: a false positive. The impact of several yearsRead More →

How the courts interpret a little-known bankruptcy code provision is likely to make a big difference to small, bankrupt businesses seeking paycheck protection program loans. Bankrupt companies have asked the courts for help accessing stimulus funds following the Small Business Administration’s decision to block companies’ Chapter 11 claims. Whether bankruptcyRead More →

In April 2020, the federal government and other jurisdictions announced moratoriums on rental property evictions, but offered no financial assistance to unpaid landlords. Since then, many owners have rightly complained: “What about us? Then, just before Christmas, the 2021 Consolidated Finance Law (CAA 2021) was enacted, with several bankruptcy amendmentsRead More →