Economy Could Lose $700 Million Because Of Eclipse
As people across the country gear up to see what they can of today’s eclipse, businesses might not be quite so excited. According to a study from the firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, the eclipse could mean a major hit to the U.S. economy: a loss of around $700 million in productivity.
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