Barak Govani says he was kicked off the site after being falsely accused of selling fakes. Accounts like his prompted a House panel to accuse Amazon of mistreating its merchants.

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Warehouse operators across the U.S. are rushing to hire workers amid a boom in online sales, a bright spot for a labor market that faces mounting challenges.

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After running an antique and art appraisal business online for a few months, Glenn Spellman made a rare move in pandemic-stricken New York City: He opened up a physical store.

  • Yueqi Yang | Bloomberg
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A boom in new-business formation is a hopeful sign that the recovery from this recession might be lot faster than the last time around.

  • Justin Fox | Bloomberg
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Small-business owners may still pay a higher marginal tax rate than wealthy people with investments -- and possibly a higher effective rate too. 

  • Jared Dillian | Bloomberg
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Existing disparities in access to capital have widened as a result of responses to the crisis by the Fed and the U.S. government.

  • Sally Bakewell and Davide Scigliuzzo | Bloomberg
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Welcome to Thursday, Europe. Here’s the latest news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help you start the day.

  • Jiyeun Lee | Bloomberg
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President Donald Trump had an unusual message at a rally in Erie, Pennsylvania. A super political action committee that benefits Senate Republicans raised a record $92.8 million in September. Also in September, the super-PAC backing House Democrats raised a record $40.9 million.

  • Ryan Teague Beckwith | Bloomberg
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Welcome to Wednesday, Americas. Here’s the latest news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help you start the day:

  • Eileen Gbagbo | Bloomberg
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Irwin Gold, executive chairman of Houlihan Lokey Inc., sees trouble for firms spanning into 2022 as technology upends industries and debt loads become a bigger burden.

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U.S. banks have gotten out of the business of providing capital to small businesses and need to be redirected toward that mission as the nation recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said.

  • Alister Bull | Bloomberg
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A super political action committee that benefits Senate Republicans raised a record $92.8 million in September. Also in September, the super-PAC backing House Democrats raised a record $40.9 million. And Melania Trump’s return to the campaign trail has been put off.

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A company created in a garage 4,500 miles from Wall Street has become Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s latest bet to shake up Brazil’s financial system.

  • Felipe Marques | Bloomberg
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Wells Fargo & Co. fired more than 100 employees suspected of improperly collecting coronavirus relief funds, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.

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  • Billy House | Bloomberg
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Some parts of the U.S. economy are coming back strongly while others are still struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic, said Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Raphael Bostic.

  • Alister Bull | Bloomberg
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The government and regions must align quickly, or a national lockdown is likely to follow — and be more severe.

  • Mohamed A. El-Erian | Bloomberg
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Lawmakers must approve another round of fiscal stimulus to keep the U.S. economic recovery on track, executives from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Wells Fargo & Co. said Friday.

  • Hannah Levitt | Bloomberg
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The U.S. budget deficit more than tripled to a record $3.1 trillion in the latest fiscal year on the government’s massive spending aimed at softening the blow from the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Vince Golle | Bloomberg
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Navigating abortion, immigration and the election through cities and towns.

  • Frank Barry | Bloomberg
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