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Confectionary shop moves business online during pandemic | Money Talks

June is National Candy month in the US - the largest market for sweets in the world. But the industry there has struggled during the coronavirus pandemic, because many of its products are considered "non-essential". Bricks and mortar stores are closed, many brands have shifted online and as Katie Gregory reports that could be the new reality for many confectioners. #Candy #ConfectionaryShop #Lockdown

Some industries in the US ramp up hiring despite virus challenges | Money Talks

Some industries in the US ramp up hiring despite virus challenges | Money Talks

Face masks in high demand after virus outbreak

Face masks in high demand after virus outbreak

Armory Show sees strong sales despite coronavirus risk |Money Talks

Armory Show sees strong sales despite coronavirus risk |Money Talks

Barneys closes doors months after declaring bankruptcy | Money Talks

Barneys closes doors months after declaring bankruptcy | Money Talks

New York attorney general accuses NRA bosses of $64M fraud | Money Talks

New York attorney general accuses NRA bosses of $64M fraud | Money Talks

New York Attorney General files lawsuit against the NRA | Money Talks

New York Attorney General files lawsuit against the NRA | Money Talks

Drones deliver supplies to COVID-19 patients in West Bank  | Money Talks

Drones deliver supplies to COVID-19 patients in West Bank | Money Talks

Resurgence of infections forces lockdowns in many countries | Money Talks

Resurgence of infections forces lockdowns in many countries | Money Talks

Eight candidates vying for top job at global trade body | Money Talks

Eight candidates vying for top job at global trade body | Money Talks

Invasive fish becomes unlikely food source in Western Cape | Money Talks

Invasive fish becomes unlikely food source in Western Cape | Money Talks

Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

Boeing scales down production as losses mount | Money Talks

Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Kenyan fishermen blame Ethiopian mega-dam for fish depletion  | Money Talks

Kenyan fishermen blame Ethiopian mega-dam for fish depletion | Money Talks

People queue for basic goods as Sudanese economic crisis deepens | Money Talks

People queue for basic goods as Sudanese economic crisis deepens | Money Talks

Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

Twitter accounts of high-profile users compromised | Money Talks

Twitter accounts of high-profile users compromised | Money Talks

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