Monday, July 13, 2020 7:06 PM ET

CBS News - Business

LA Apparel's factory shut after 300 contract coronavirus -- After reopening as an essential business to make face masks, retailer closes after four employees died of COVID-19.

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U.S. economic shutdown saved up to 2.7 million lives -- Slamming the brakes on the economy saved many more lives than it ruined, researchers conclude.

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Nearly 60 hand sanitizers potentially toxic, FDA warns -- Disinfectant products that contain wood alcohol are linked to blindness and fatalities, federal safety watchdog says.

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23 million Americans could soon face evictions -- 1 in 5 U.S. renters in jeopardy as extra federal unemployment benefits run out and eviction moratoriums come to an end.

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What happens if you don't file a tax return? -- There's no time limit for the IRS to go after taxes it's owed if someone hasn't filed a return.

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Millionaires say "tax us" to fund coronavirus aid -- Heiress Abigail Disney and other wealthy people say taxes on the rich must go up "immediately" - charity isn't enough.

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Trump's threat to cut school funding does little to sway state officials -- The federal government provides a small fraction of revenues that fund public schools, according to a Congressional Research Service report.

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Goya Foods CEO "not apologizing" for praising Trump -- Family company's top exec, Robert Unanue, calls an anti-Trump Goya boycott an attempt at "suppression of speech." -- Jul 10

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What Americans could learn from Donald Trump's financial records -- Real estate holdings, business relationships, spending habits, even romantic entanglements can be deduced from tax and bank records. -- Jul 10

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Unemployment benefits: Do you have to pay taxes on them? -- Almost 1 in 3 jobless workers mistakenly believe their unemployment benefits are tax-free. -- Jul 6

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Solid8 CEO Michael Lofthouse resigns over racial outburst video -- Lofthouse, who was taped using racist language toward an Asian family, said he will enroll in an anti-racist program.

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Treasury names small businesses receiving PPP loans -- The names make up less than 15% of the nearly 5 million small businesses that received forgivable, low-interest loans. -- Jul 8

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Are indoor dining delays the final straw for restaurants? -- "Anybody that thinks that outdoor dining is a solution needs to have their head examined," said one restaurant owner. -- Jul 10

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How to file for an extension on your taxes -- Too busy to think about taxes until now? It's easy to ask the government for more time, even with a July 15 deadline.

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A second stimulus check? Here's how much you could get -- President Trump says Americans may soon receive another stimulus payment to help weather the coronavirus recession.

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Bookstore owners urge readers to go "beyond the book" -- The bookstore said it has championed black authors and stories of the African diaspora for 13 years.

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40% OF BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES MAY NOT SURVIVE CORONAVIRUS -- Largely deprived of federal aid, many African-American business owners are closing their doors for good.

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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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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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