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  1. Judith and Jose Ramirez pose with their daughters outside their home in Honolulu

    A cash cliff spells trouble for US unemployed, and everyone else

    Judith Ramirez is bracing for July.  That's when the hotel housekeeper and her electrician husband - who have both been out of work for three ...
  2. Outbreak of the coronavs disease (COVID-19) in Oakland, California

    Southwest Airlines says has enough cash for two years as demand improves

    Southwest Airlines said on Wednesday it has enough cash to carry on business for the next two years, up from its prior forecast of 20 months, as ...
  3. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Bournemouth

    British Airways to put artworks on sale in COVID-19 cash crunch

    British Airways will sell at least 10 works of art from its extensive collection, a source said, to try to raise millions of pounds to boost its ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: American Airline CEO Doug Parker

    American Airlines CEO says burning less cash but demand outlook still uncertain

    American Airlines Chief Executive Doug Parker said on Wednesday that he expects a daily cash burn of about US$40 million in June, down from a ...
  5. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Los Angeles

    WeWork reports slower cash burn in first quarter: CFO email

    The We Company, owner of WeWork, said its first-quarter free cash outflow grew 60per cent sequentially, according to an email the company's chief ...
  6. An English ten Pound note is seen in an illustration

    Dash for emergency cash provokes fund industry backlash

    As companies pull the emergency cash cord to help them through the coronavirus crisis, shareholders have been split by an easing of the rules to ...
  7. A sign is seen above the entrance to the WeWork corporate headquarters in Manhattan, New York

    WeWork has enough cash to meet coronavirus challenges: letter

    WeWork told investors on Thursday the US$4.4 billion in cash and cash commitments it had on hand at year-end 2019 is sufficient to execute its ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary attends the Europe Aviation Summit in Brus

    Ryanair could survive without revenue for 'maybe even 12 months', CEO tells FT

    Ryanair has the cash to survive for "maybe even 12 months" with no flights or revenue as the coronavirus shuts the air travel industry down, CEO ...