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CBS News - Business

U.S. unemployment falls to 13.3%, confounding forecasters -- Employers added 2.5 million jobs in May, reversing April's sharp drop and showing hope for a swifter recovery. -- Jun 5

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Twitter blocks Trump campaign's George Floyd video tribute -- Social media company disabled the video over a copyright claim. The Trump campaign claims it is being censored. -- Jun 5

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Stock market jumps on surprisingly strong jobs report -- The "biggest payroll surprise in history" is fueling investor optimism that the economy is rebounding. -- Jun 5

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J.C. Penney is closing 154 stores - here's where they are -- Retailer declared bankruptcy in May, citing the impact of temporary closures due to coronavirus pandemic. -- Jun 5

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Mall of America announces plan to reopen on June 10 -- The nation's largest mall, which has been closed for nearly three months due to the coronavirus, previously delayed reopening due to unrest following George Floyd's death.

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Small businesses face struggle to rebuild after lootings -- "My dream was taken from me," said one black business owner after looters ransacked her clothing boutique. -- Jun 4

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Higher unemployment rates impact black workers -- Blacks and Latinos occupy many of the frontline service-sector jobs that saw higher unemployment in recent weeks. -- Jun 5

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Why some taxpayers are still waiting for stimulus payments -- The IRS has sent 159 million stimulus payments, but millions of taxpayers may still be waiting and could need to take action. -- Jun 4

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Uber to bail out delivery workers arrested past curfew -- None of its workers should have to fear being arrested, the ride-share company said in a statement. -- Jun 5

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Police scanner apps surge in popularity amid protests -- Creator of popular 5-0 Radio Police Scanner plans to donate proceeds to criminal-justice groups. -- Jun 3

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Americans are hoarding cash. Where's best place for it? -- Fears of job losses have millions building up their emergency funds. Here are the best places to stash that cash. -- Jun 5

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A vibrant city neighborhood burned and looted and heartbroken -- Bustling, diverse Lake Street was preparing to reopen from coronavirus closings, only to be looted and burned. -- Jun 1

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Alexis Ohanian resigns from Reddit board, donates $1M -- "I'm saying this as a father who needs to be able to answer his black daughter when she asks, 'What did you do?'," the Reddit co-founder said. -- Jun 5

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Protests underscore worsening racial wealth gaps: "Justifiable anger" -- Black families have struggled to match the gains enjoyed by white families, even in progressive cities like Minneapolis. -- Jun 2

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Trump hails jobs numbers and "equality," says it's a "great day" for Floyd -- President Trump declared victory over improving unemployment numbers and a week of protests, saying the George Floyd is looking down on the progress. -- Jun 5

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An urban farm's quest to survive and thrive -- Before the coronavirus, this non-profit farm was flourishing. Amid an uncertain future, they're still giving back.

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Drone portraits capture stay-at-home era -- When the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S., photographer Tec Petaja sought out a creative outlet and a way to give back.

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New York bistro owner finds lifeline in rotisserie chickens -- What started as a popup venture before the coronavirus crisis can "became something that can grow" for the future.

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Tough times ahead for small business owners -- According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, nearly a quarter of small businesses (which employ more than half of all U.S. workers) may close permanently within two months without a financial lifeline

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This business owner received one of the first SBA loans -- Amy Wright, co-founder of Bitty and Beau's Coffee, has some advice: "Share your story with any bank that will listen."

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More Americans are working into old age -- A growing swath of seniors are working beyond 65, with many needing to supplement their paltry retirement savings.

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How gig economy workers can save for retirement -- Several types of plans are available, but figuring out which one is right for you can be confusing, so here's some help

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When delaying your Social Security benefits pays off -- The impact of your age when you begin collecting benefits can be more financially significant than you think

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Claiming Social Security too early costs Americans $3.4 trillion -- Only 4% of retirees claim the benefit at the optimal time. Everyone else is losing out on $111,000 per household

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Hardship withdrawals from your company's 401(k) -- The rules for hardship withdrawals are strict and the costs of taking money from your future retirement can be sky-high

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