As cases of COVID-19 spread across the nation in the spring, Bob Moulton decided it was best to close his business, National Pawn, to walk-in sales. Although pawnshops were deemed essential in North Carolina and could remain open, Moulton didn’t want to risk the health of customers or employees at […]

Thanks to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, life across the globe has turned upside down. Even formerly common activities, such as dining out or shopping for groceries, have become difficult to conduct safely in 2020. Selling a car is no exception, as the process generally involves close contact with a number […]

Luxury companies are fussy about where their products are sold online and would love to remain that way. But few will have the option after the pandemic. That will boost the status of already-powerful brands, as well as tech giants like Amazon that are eyeing the industry. The luxury business […]

As I was a teenager, I had the opportunity to stay on a friend’s private island in Georgian Bay, Ontario in Canada for a vacation. It had a number of smaller islands out in front of it and I remember that my friend and I were begging his parents to […]

UBS managing director and senior portfolio manager Jason Katz provides insight on the real estate market amid the coronavirus pandemic. Are you thinking about selling your house next year? Every neighborhood is different, and markets are always subject to change. Currently, average market time is amazingly low. The number of […]

Because what else is there to do in quarantine? (Photo: Areaware / Anthropologie) — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. The items that sold out during the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic include hand sanitizer, toilet paper, cleaning wipes—and puzzles. […]