Google will allow its employees to continue working from home until at least July 2021.
Proponents of a “circular economy” see solutions for COVID-19 and climate change.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease, public transit riders are slowly returning to Chicago’s buses and trains.
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Architecture sleuth Dennis Rodkin takes listeners on a virtual tour of Chicago architecture around the world.
Transportation advocates are lobbying the city to temporarily open up streets for safe, socially-distanced recreation.
Travel expert Terry Jones says the pandemic could be an opportunity for industry leaders to change and innovate.
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As the novel coronavirus continues to spread, an unprecedented number of employees are working from home.
The moves announced Wednesday came as the White House and Congress worked on economic proposals to contain the fallout from the coronavirus.