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Tuesday’s business headlines

The latest business headlines

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Tuesday’s business headlines.


Some employees of Target’s same-day delivery service are staging a walkout Tuesday over claims that the company has a lack of safety guards in place to keep workers safe.

They say the company isn’t responding to workers’ requests for hazard pay.

The company says it is practicing distancing with no-contact deliveries or door drop-offs, where workers will leave your order in a secure spot at your door.

Small business

Lending Tree survey reveals 71% of small business owners fear they will never recover from the pandemic losses.

Nearly half of small business owners have temporarily closed their businesses.

They have also laid off workers or reduced hours while trying to source funding to stay afloat.

AARP caregiver

To support those who care for an older or aging loved one, AARP is offering a resource for family caregivers looking for additional support during the COVD-19 crisis.

The AARP’s coronavirus website serves as a comprehensive resource for caregivers who wish to access important information, articles and tips for caregiving during the coronavirus pandemic.

The website is and it’s updated daily with news and information geared to older adults and those who care for them.


TurboTax launched a free online portal to help people who don’t file taxes get their stimulus check faster.

Non-filers can provide their direct-deposit details or mailing address and choose how they want to receive their check.

The IRS is expected to begin sending direct deposit payments to many Americans as early as Thursday.