Saturday May 15th, 2021 3:37PM

AP Business - Poultry & Egg

Worker shortage concerns loom in immigrant-heavy meatpacking
The meat and poultry industry has historically relied on immigrant labor to do some of the most dangerous jobs in America, from employing refugees to a notorious record of hiring immigrants in the U.S. illegally
7:06AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: Scotland leader gives ‘map’ for easing lockdown
Scotland’s leader has presented a “map” for easing coronavirus restrictions in the months ahead while observing social distancing guidelines
10:18AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: Lowered flags urged at 100,000 US virus deaths
The top Democratic leaders are urging President Donald Trump to fly flags at half-staff on all public buildings when the U.S. coronavirus death toll reaches 100,000
9:21AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: India surpasses China in coronavirus cases
India’s coronavirus infection cases have surpassed China’s with the health ministry on Saturday reporting the spike to 85,940 cases with 2,752 deaths
12:32AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: South Korea links 162 cases to clubgoers
South Korean officials say they so far confirmed 162 coronavirus cases linked to club goers in the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area, but also expressed cautious hope that infections are beginning to wane
11:27PM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: Dems power $3 trillion bill through House
Democrats have powered a massive $3 trillion coronavirus response bill through the House and over Republican opposition
10:15PM ( 11 months ago )
Georgia aims to ease virus spread among Hispanic residents
Community leaders say an effort to tamp down the spread of COVID-19 is succeeding in northeast Georgia
9:20PM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: Air Canada laying off at least 20,000
Canada’s largest airline plans to lay off at least 20,000 employees because of the pandemic
8:45PM ( 11 months ago )