As the curve flattens, the focus now shifts to the economic devastation wrought by the virus. The state is facing record unemployment comparable to the Great Depression. New Yorkers are struggling to pay rent. Small businesses and lenders face delinquency. And landlords are bracing for the impact on all sides. So what’s next? Our partners at MetroFocus examine how to restart the economy with Crain’s New York Business Columnist Greg David.
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