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Fresh strategies to breathe life into my hometown give hope where past attempts have failed
The House of Mouse’s parks business still has a pandemic problem.
The jobs of the future will value different skills than those of the past
America has already been through a renaissance — it is unlikely to be reborn again
Job openings hit record high in the US.
Unemployment claims fall to pandemic-era low as payrolls jump
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
The US administration is giving supply-side policy a radical makeover
Walmart, Macy’s and Home Depot boosted by stimulus spending and easing of restrictions
Economists revise upwards their forecasts for economic performance in US and eurozone
With no hope of Republican support, president had to avoid any Democratic defections
US spending package forecast to add 1 percentage point to world’s economic growth this year
Family-run department chain sets out strategy for growing its way out of pandemic turmoil
President says he is open to lowering income threshold for $1,400 government cheques
There is concern among progressives that a Biden administration could end up being a repeat of the Obama years
The whole US — and the world — needs a New Deal-style programme from the new president
The pandemic has changed the nature of US business and the economy
Hopes fade for $1tn or more in government aid for workers, businesses and local governments
US stimulus deal remains elusive with health lawsuit concerns proving a big stumbling block
Political swing states hardest hit as oil and gas employment continues to fall
Fed chair strikes cautious tone in testimony to Congress despite signs of rebound
The unemployment rate has soared in cities such as Detroit, which now face intensifying protests against police brutality
More than 20m lose their jobs in April as lockdowns choke world’s largest economy
British and American consumers are unlikely to ‘spend, spend, spend’ after the lockdowns
Central bank statement notes household spending is ‘moderate’ rather than ‘strong’