Twitter “philanthropists” like Bill Pulte and Megan Thee Stallion have been offering their followers financial aid during the pandemic. But it hurts more people than it helps.
What do you do when your office is full of people who are jerks about money and privilege?
There's a difference between a love of shopping and the pathological need to purchase. The latter is on the rise, experts say, and it's as serious as any other addiction.
When the future is uncertain, people have been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic by acting more recklessly in the present—even if they're not leaving their homes to do it.
"You can't just turn up with a new pair of Louboutins without people being like, ‘Oh, where did you get your money from?’”
As festivals around the world postpone or cancel due to coronavirus, ticket-holders are struggling to get their money back.
Many experts want the WFH workforce to stay put until a vaccine is approved. If you do head back, expect indoor masks, staggered schedules, small meetings, and the death of open-office plans.
"Sure, times are really unsettling, mentally for the most part, but a girl’s gotta do what she’s gotta do to live another day."
“Something had to be done with all the nervous energy.”
The Fed prints money. What happens if we printed enough money to make sure everyone keeps their job?
Universal basic income was once a fringe idea, but it's rapidly gaining fans thanks to our current crisis.
"One thing I think people don't perhaps understand is that I really don't get naked as much as you'd think."