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Delta Air Lines says it can by profitable by late summer unless there's a resurgence of COVID-19.

A $1.2 billion loss for Delta, but recovery is on the radar

The airline says it can by profitable by late summer unless there's a resurgence of COVID-19.

Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos vowed Thursday to focus on making Amazon a better and safer place to work.

Jeff Bezos says Amazon must treat workers better after union vote

Bezos is stepping down as CEO of Amazon later this year to become executive chairman, and it was clear that legacy was on his mind in the letter he wrote to shareholders that was released Thursday.

The MGM Springfield casino in March had its strongest month since 2019.

Revenue at Mass. casinos hit pre-pandemic levels in March

The combined take of $84 million is a promising sign of recovery for the industry.

Thermo Fisher’s share price rose more than 3.4 percent Thursday, closing at $494.38.

Thermo Fisher buys PPD for $17.4b in Waltham giant’s largest deal to date

Thermo Fisher’s share price rose more than 3.4 percent Thursday, closing at $494.38.

A woman walked by the Washington Elms Housing Development in Cambridge, which sits next to high-rise towers in Kendall Square.

Cambridge to begin guaranteed income program for single-parent households

It will become the second city in Massachusetts to give out no-strings-attached money to low-income residents.

The author, Jonathan Saltzman, working from home using a card table and dining room chair. When a physical therapist saw this photo, she said every thing about his position was wrong.

After a year of working from home at a card table, I’m paying the price at the physical therapist

Physical therapists say that although business plunged during the lockdown in the first half of 2020, they soon saw a surge of patients complaining about of head, neck, shoulder, and back pain linked to ergonomically unsound home office setups.

A runner passes the office of the California Employment Development Department in Sacramento.

US weekly unemployment claims dip to 576,000, the lowest number since start of the pandemic

The Labor Department said Thursday that applications plummeted by 193,000 from a week earlier. Jobless claims are now down sharply from a peak of 900,000 in early January.

A health care worker prepared a dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine early this month.

Federal panel recommends continued ‘pause’ on J&J vaccine. Doctors hope to reconvene in a week to 10 days

After a four-hour emergency meeting, the panel of independent experts who advise the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said they needed more time to assess the potential risks of the shot, including whether it posed a danger to men and older people.