Health workers across the U.S. can request a free pair of the company's shoes through its website.
The company said it will reduce capacity by 96% due to recent global border restrictions.
James Bullard told Bloomberg News the second quarter will likely see a 50% drop in gross domestic product as well.
The former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. resigned over the company's request for government aid in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
As coronavirus outbreak triggers layoffs, unemployment claims are on the rise.
Ventilators, which help patients breathe, are being used by hospitals to treat some of the more severe coronavirus cases.
The NYSE's president said two people tested positive for the coronavirus but that the building has been cleaned since they were last inside.
Ford, Fiat Chrysler and General Motors will stop production in North America.
The Fed is using two emergency lending programs to help keep credit flowing.
The United Auto Workers union is urging Ford, Fiat Chrysler and General Motors to pause production in Detroit for two weeks.
The fast food giant said its taking the measure "to align with increasing regulations throughout the country."
The coronavirus has led to a global drop in demand for oil, but Russia has refused to limit production.
The mortgage buyer said Thursday that a 30-year fixed mortgage fell from a 3.45% average rate last week to 3.29% this week.
The new design gets rid of the black ring, is more transparent and has flatter text.
The company said it will reduce passenger-carrying capacity by 10% for U.S. and Canadian flights and 20% for international flights.
The Dow Jones just saw its biggest weekly loss in over a decade, and the coronavirus outbreak is to blame.
The FDA said the fast food chain used "adulterated" produce which could be tied to outbreaks in "no fewer than 17 states" over 7 years.
After serving as CEO for 15 years, Iger said he's going to focus more on the creative side of the company.
South Korea and Italy both saw spikes in reported coronavirus cases over the weekend.
While the risk of contracting the virus in the U.S. is low, some businesses are looking for ways to address their employees' concerns.