How Things Change When You Become a Boss

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This female entrepreneur discusses what changes she noticed as her business expanded.


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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars speaks with Boss Babe CEO Natalie Ellis, who shares how each of her days are completely novel. One day, she may be creating a social media post for the brand, and the next she may be interacting directly with customers. 

Click the video to hear more about Ellis’s day-to-day activities and the difference between working for yourself and becoming the boss of others. 

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Clothing rental service Rent the Runway lays off workers amid coronavirus outbreak

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FILE PHOTO: A person moves through clothing in the storage area at Rent the Runway’s “Dream Fulfillment Center” in Secaucus, New Jersey, U.S., September 11, 2019. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

(Reuters) – U.S. clothing rental firm Rent the Runway said on Saturday it had laid off retail employees following temporary store closures amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

“Like many businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Rent the Runway has had to make some difficult decisions in the short term to thrive in the long term which include temporary store closures and retail role eliminations,” a company spokeswoman said in an emailed statement

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A U.S. recession? Probably. Depression? Only if the virus is untamed

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WASHINGTON – A U.S. recession may already be underway. Could it be worse?

FILE PHOTO: A deli is seen closed, due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, U.S., March 26, 2020. REUTERS/Stephen Yang/File Photo

The Great Depression that began with a stock market crash in 1929 and lasted until 1933 scarred a generation with massive unemployment and plummeting economic output.

It reshaped America, shifting migration patterns, and spawning new styles of music, art and literature. Under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, however, it also prompted creation of an array of programs

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Exclusive: Qatar Airways says it will need state support as cash runs out

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DUBAI (Reuters) – Qatar Airways will have to seek government support eventually, Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker told Reuters on Sunday, warning that the Middle East carrier could soon run out of the cash needed to continue flying.

FILE PHOTO: Qatar Airway’s Chief Executive Officer, Akbar Al Baker speaks at the opening session of a CAPA aviation summit, in Doha, Qatar February 5, 2020. REUTERS/Ibraheem al Omari/File Photo

Several states have stepped in to help airlines hammered by the coronavirus pandemic that has virtually halted international travel, with the United States offering $58 billion in aid.

Qatar Airways is one of

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