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Nathan Bomey

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Recent articles by Nathan:

J.C. Penney store closing sales to begin within weeks: 242 permanent store closures planned in bankruptcy

J.C. Penney will begin going-out-of-business sales at certain stores within weeks, an attorney for the company said Thursday at a court hearing. → Read More

Tuesday Morning retailer files Chapter 11 bankruptcy, plans 230 store closings

Off-price retailer Tuesday Morning filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Wednesday with plans to close more than a third of its stores. → Read More

J.C. Penney store closings coming: Retailer trying to avoid liquidation in Chapter 11 bankruptcy

J.C. Penney plans to close some stores permanently during its Chapter 11 bankruptcy as the company tries to avoid outright liquidation. → Read More

J.C. Penney files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, plans some permanent store closings

J.C. Penney, reeling from a one-two punch of the department store industry’s struggles and the coronavirus pandemic, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. → Read More

Goodbye handshake: How do we replace the ancient greeting if coronavirus keeps us from touching?

With COVID-19 making touch a potentially lethal act, handshaking is risky. How do we replace a greeting so key to connecting in business and life? → Read More

Rental car company Hertz scrambling to avoid bankruptcy amid coronavirus crisis

Rental car company Hertz is making last-minute maneuvers in a bid to avoid Chapter 11 bankruptcy amid an unprecedented slowdown in travel spending. → Read More

Tesla plans to restart electric car production at California plant after coronavirus shutdown

Tesla is reportedly planning to restart production Friday at its plant in Fremont, California, after an extended shutdown due to the coronavirus. → Read More

Can these 13 retailers survive coronavirus? Permanent store closings, bankruptcies coming

Retailers that were already ailing before the coronavirus are beginning to crumble as the crisis raises the threat of store closings and bankruptcy. → Read More

With COVID-19 forcing DMV closures, car owners face delays for vehicle titles, registration in some states

Some Americans will face delays in obtaining titles and registration for new vehicles due to DMV closures because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Gannett posts revenue decline and net loss but says performance 'strong' amid disruptions from coronavirus

Gannett, owner of USA TODAY, posted a net loss but reported EDITDA of $99.1 million in the first quarter. Its digital subscriptions also rose. → Read More

J.C. Penney avoids bankruptcy for now by making key interest payment

J.C. Penney said Friday that it made a crucial interest payment as the department store teeters on the edge of a potential bankruptcy filing. → Read More

Gold's Gym files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid coronavirus closings

Gold's Gym filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on the company's business. → Read More

Boeing borrows $25 billion instead of pursuing federal bailout amid coronavirus, 737 Max crises

Boeing issued a $25 billion bond offering to shore up its finances amid the coronavirus and 737 Max crises instead of pursuing a federal bailout. → Read More

Gilead Sciences reports positive drug results for remdesivir as coronavirus treatment

Gilead Sciences on Wednesday reported potentially encouraging results from a trial for a drug that's being tested as a treatment for the coronavirus. → Read More

Elon Musk says Tesla stock price is 'too high,' continues criticism of coronavirus shutdowns

Tesla CEO Elon Musk apparently said Friday morning on Twitter that his company's stock price is "too high." → Read More

Meat shortages expected as coronavirus disrupts production, despite executive order

The meat shortages expected in the United States won't be stopped by President Donald Trump's order that plants remain open. → Read More

Tyson chairman warns of 'meat shortages' as industry faces scrutiny for worker safety during coronavirus

The chairman of Tyson Foods is warning of "meat shortages" due to a breakdown in the food supply chain stemming from coronavirus outbreaks. → Read More

CVS, Walgreens ramp up free coronavirus testing outside of stores

CVS and Walgreens announced Monday that they will offer free coronavirus testing at certain stores to patients who meet CDC criteria. → Read More

Meat shortage 2020: Coronavirus has led Smithfield, other plants to close, farmers to dump milk

We have too much milk, may not have enough meat and could eventually run short on soup. Let’s just say America's food supply chain is getting out of whack due to the coronavirus pandemic. The sudden shift from restaurant dining to at-home eating, coupled with panic buying at grocery stores, is causing major disruption in the manufacturing, distribution and sales of food products. Dairy farmers… → Read More

Cash 'as important to Americans as Purell and toilet paper': 3 in 10 Americans have lost income due to coronavirus

Tax Day is usually April 15 but this year Americans have a reprieve until July 15 due to the coronavirus. But less than half are taking the extension. → Read More