As meatpacking plants reopen, data about worker illness remains elusive
New York Times: Meatpacking facilities have proved to be places where the virus spreads rapidly. But as dozens of plants that closed because of outbreaks begin reopening, meat companies’ reluctance to disclose detailed case counts makes it difficult to determine whether the contagion is contained or new cases are emerging even with new safety measures in place. For weeks, local officials received conflicting signals from state leaders and meatpacking companies about how much information to release. The mixed messages left many workers and their communities in the dark about the extent of the spread in parts of Iowa, Nebraska and Colorado.

Hertz files for bankruptcy
CNN Business: Hertz filed for bankruptcy Friday night, the latest victim of the sudden economic downturn sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic. The company has been renting cars since 1918, when it set up shop with a dozen Ford Model Ts. By declaring bankruptcy, Hertz says it intends to stay in business while restructuring its debts and emerging a financially healthier company.

NYSE to reopen trading floor closed by coronavirus
Reuters: The New York Stock Exchange will partially reopen the trading floors at its iconic 11 Wall Street building today for the first time since March 20 when the bourse was forced to go all-electronic due to the coronavirus pandemic. The NYSE said most of its designated market makers, who oversee trading in the exchange’s 2,200 listed companies, will continue to work from home, as will most exchange employees. The NYSE floor is the last physical U.S. stock trading venue, as a slew of all-electronic competitors have emerged and eaten away at the Big Board’s once dominant market share.