The bank drive-thru makes a Covid comeback
Long before ATMs and online banking, drive-through lanes were a popular customer convenience by the 1950s. The digital age threatened survival of the mechanical systems, built on 19th-century technology, but Covid-19 has started to reverse their declining fortunes. Banks are reopening decommissioned and unused lanes. Some are installing new ones.
Brooks Brothers, hurt by casual Fridays and Covid-19, files for bankruptcy
Brooks Brothers dressed the American business class in pinstripes for more than 200 years and survived two world wars and the shift to casual dressing. But it was no match for the coronavirus.
How to keep your phone working when there’s no service
No cell service? There are apps that work offline, essential in-car gear, and other tips to consider before seeking social
distance on your summer road trip. Before you hit the road or go off the grid, download these helpful apps that work without an internet connection, and consider gear to keep your phone charged and safely positioned when you’re out of service range.