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U.S. exported millions in masks, ventilators, other PPE ahead of coronavirus crisis here
U.S. exported millions in masks, ventilators, other PPE ahead of coronavirus crisis here

Exports of masks and PPE from the U.S. to China surged in January and February, when the coronavirus was wreaking havoc in the country where it began.

Amazon (AMZN) Stock Is One of the Best Investments to Make, Says 5-Star Analyst
Amazon (AMZN) Stock Is One of the Best Investments to Make, Says 5-Star Analyst

With a core online retail business encompassing grocery to consumer electronics and everything in between, and an exemplary logistics infrastructure with the ability to meet consumers' requirements for theses stay-at-home times, online giant Amazon (AMZN) is well set up to weather the COVID-19 storm. The market has reflected this notion, too, and amazon stock has held up relatively well, year-to-date in the green.But there is an additional growth driver not mentioned quite as often. Aegis Capital's Victor Anthony believes that Amazon Web Services' (AWS) growth is the reason why the company "is one of the best investments for the next five years."The 5-star analyst maintains a Buy rating...

'Really overwhelmed': Americans are facing mounting issues filing for unemployment during COVID-19 crisis

To get an unemployment check, you first have to apply. That's the problem for many during the COVID-19 crisis.

Coronavirus: US Navy removes Captain Brett Crozier who raised alarm
Coronavirus: US Navy removes Captain Brett Crozier who raised alarm

Capt Brett Crozier had pleaded for quarantine to prevent deaths aboard a US aircraft carrier.

'Surreal': NY funeral homes struggle as virus deaths surge

Pat Marmo walked among 20 or so deceased in the basement of his Brooklyn funeral home, his protective mask pulled down so his pleas could be heard. Like many funeral homes in New York and around the globe, Marmo's business is in crisis as he tries to meet surging demand amid the coronavirus pandemic that has killed around 1,400 people in New York City alone, according to a tally from Johns Hopkins University. Funeral directors are being squeezed on one side by inundated hospitals trying to offload bodies, and on the other by the fact that cemeteries and crematoriums are booked for a week at least, sometimes two.

How Good Is Sunfonda Group Holdings Limited (HKG:1771) At Creating Shareholder Value?
How Good Is Sunfonda Group Holdings Limited (HKG:1771) At Creating Shareholder Value?

Today we are going to look at Sunfonda Group Holdings Limited (HKG:1771) to see whether it might be an attractive...

What Is Bestway Global Holding
What Is Bestway Global Holding's (HKG:3358) P/E Ratio After Its Share Price Tanked?

Unfortunately for some shareholders, the Bestway Global Holding (HKG:3358) share price has dived 32% in the last...

1969 Chevy Camaro Packs An LSX Punch
1969 Chevy Camaro Packs An LSX Punch

This restomod muscle car is definitely not for amateurs.

Apple hints at item-tracking AirTags in support video
Apple hints at item-tracking AirTags in support video

You don't have to rely on rumors or buried code to know that Apple is working on a tracking tag -- the company has inadvertently spoiled its plans. Appleosophy spotted an Apple support video (unsurprisingly removed) that hints at offline Find My support for currently unannounced "AirTags." The clip didn't provide a peek at the tag or otherwise outline their functionality, although it's clear they'll use Bluetooth to reveal the whereabouts of your lost items. They're believed to use ultra wideband for extra precision.

Calculating The Intrinsic Value Of Haw Par Corporation Limited (SGX:H02)
Calculating The Intrinsic Value Of Haw Par Corporation Limited (SGX:H02)

How far off is Haw Par Corporation Limited (SGX:H02) from its intrinsic value? Using the most recent financial data...

S&P 500 Stocks Hanging by a Thread as Macy
S&P 500 Stocks Hanging by a Thread as Macy's Is Booted Off

As Macy's is kicked off the index, these embattled retail and energy stocks could be next Continue reading...

Aptive HTG Wins $1B Veterans Health Administration IDIQ Contract to Provide Integrated Healthcare Transformation Support
Aptive HTG Wins $1B Veterans Health Administration IDIQ Contract to Provide Integrated Healthcare Transformation Support

Aptive HTG Wins $1B Veterans Health Administration IDIQ Contract to Provide Integrated Healthcare Transformation SupportPR NewswireWASHINGTON, April 2, 2020WASHINGTON, April 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The U. Through the multi-award Integrated Healthcare Transformation (IHT) IDIQ, Aptive HTG will assist VHA in developing a clinically-integrated, community-supported, reliable system of care and building trust among Veterans and their families, employees and anyone who counts on VA's healthcare system.

In Louisiana, coronavirus death toll mounts
In Louisiana, coronavirus death toll mounts

Cases spiked Thursday, especially in New Orleans; the governor warned they could soon run out of hospital beds and ventilators.

National Press Club leaders urge justice for Daniel Pearl
National Press Club leaders urge justice for Daniel Pearl

Press reports indicate a Pakistani court ruled today to reduce charges against Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who was sentenced to death in 2002 for being the ringleader of Pearl's kidnapping and murder in that country. The ruling today overturned the murder charge against Sheikh and the court sentenced him to seven years for the kidnapping alone.

American Airlines slashes flights but has no plans to halt U.S. service
American Airlines slashes flights but has no plans to halt U.S. service

American Airlines Co said on Thursday it is cutting additional flights this summer as travel demand has drastically shrunk amid the coronavirus pandemic. Vasu Raja, American Airlines' senior vice president of Network Strategy, told Reuters that the airline is cutting between 70% and 75% of flights in April and about 80% of flights in May. For this month and May it is cutting nearly 90% of its international flights. Raja said domestic demand will remain weak into May, citing of the lack of bookings.

'This will blow over': In states without stay-at-home orders, Americans celebrate freedom as death toll climbs

Many Americans are uneasy with state-ordered health directives, arguing that residents should make smart decisions for themselves about coronavirus.

A Look At The Fair Value Of GP Industries Limited (SGX:G20)
A Look At The Fair Value Of GP Industries Limited (SGX:G20)

In this article we are going to estimate the intrinsic value of GP Industries Limited (SGX:G20) by estimating the...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Daily Roundup
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Daily Roundup

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Daily RoundupPR NewswireSILVER SPRING, Md., April 2, 2020SILVER SPRING, Md.

The religious retreat that sparked India
The religious retreat that sparked India's major coronavirus manhunt

It was late on Sunday night when officials in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh received the alert. Federal authorities said they needed to track down more than 1,000 people linked to a large Muslim missionary gathering nearly 2,000 km away in the capital New Delhi. Authorities in Andhra Pradesh, a region of about 50 million people, used cell phone towers, government databases and even village volunteers over the next five days to find almost everyone on the list -- from attendees to the people they had been in close contact to fellow travellers.

Trump Responds to Schumer
Trump Responds to Schumer's Coronavirus Criticism: 'I Never Knew How Bad a Senator You Are'

President Trump sent a scathing letter to Senator Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) after the Senate minority leader criticized the president's coronavirus response and demanded that he establish someone "unpolitical" to oversee the flow of medical equipment to embattled providers."No wonder AOC and others are thinking about running against you in the primary. If they did, they would likely win," Trump wrote. " . . . I've known you for many years, but I never knew how bad a senator you are for the state of New York, until I became president."> Trump sends a letter to Sen. Schumer and it is worth reading in full. pic.twitter.com/jrvFnEI8oa> > -- Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) April...

Results: West China Cement Limited Exceeded Expectations And The Consensus Has Updated Its Estimates
Results: West China Cement Limited Exceeded Expectations And The Consensus Has Updated Its Estimates

West China Cement Limited (HKG:2233) just released its full-year report and things are looking bullish. It was overall...

Leaked memo: Amazon strategy to attack Staten Island, NY strike organizer as
Leaked memo: Amazon strategy to attack Staten Island, NY strike organizer as 'not smart'

Amazon reportedly planned to smear the fired employee who organized a walkout over coronavirus safety concerns at one of the company's warehouses.

Coronavirus threatens the next generation of smartphones
Coronavirus threatens the next generation of smartphones

The latest smartphones might be delayed due to disrupted supply chains and shoppers staying at home.

Mnuchin promises stimulus checks for many in 2 weeks after Democrats warn it could be months
Mnuchin promises stimulus checks for many in 2 weeks after Democrats warn it could be months

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said many Americans can expect to see $1,200 stimulus checks show up in their bank accounts in about two weeks.

Junkyard Gem: 1973 International Harvester Scout II
Junkyard Gem: 1973 International Harvester Scout II

For two decades, a legendary Chicago-based manufacturer of farm equipment built the simple, rugged Scout in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Coloradans dearly loved the Scout in the days before all-wheel-drive cars and leather-lined SUVs, and to this day I still see plenty of rusty, battered Scouts in the car graveyards of northeastern Colorado. Despite attempts by IHC to pitch the Scout as a comfortable commuter vehicle, these trucks were uncivilized even by the lenient standards of the 1960s and 1970s.

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Lowe's boosts pay, distancing plan after 2 Charlotte workers test positive for virus

"We developed an app to implement a new customer limit protocol, available now on associates' handheld devices."

Coronavirus: Four ways the economy has been affected
Coronavirus: Four ways the economy has been affected

The impact of the virus on the UK economy has been analysed by the UK's official number crunchers.

Government bails out bus firms to keep routes open
Government bails out bus firms to keep routes open

A £167m fund will cover the losses of bus companies to keep essential services running for key workers.

What Did Cellmid Limited
What Did Cellmid Limited's (ASX:CDY) CEO Take Home Last Year?

Maria Halasz became the CEO of Cellmid Limited (ASX:CDY) in 2007. This analysis aims first to contrast CEO...

The Best and Worst-Performing S&P 500 Stocks of the 1st Quarter
The Best and Worst-Performing S&P 500 Stocks of the 1st Quarter

Some stocks were able to post impressive performances despite the volatility Continue reading...

Australia grapples with coronavirus case tracing as state border controls bolstered
Australia grapples with coronavirus case tracing as state border controls bolstered

The leader of Australia's most populous state, New South Wales, said on Friday that authorities did not plan to impose further lockdown restrictions, despite concerns more coronavirus cases were emerging without a known source. New South Wales (NSW) remains the epicentre of the disease in Australia, although the rate of infection has fallen steeply in recent days. "If all of us stick to the rules, don't leave the house unless we absolutely have to, we will be able to some extent control and contain the spread," said NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, who added that there were no plans to bolster current measures.

'Helpless feeling': Floridians furious over not getting through to the unemployment office

Despite its huge hospitality and tourism sectors, Florida's latest measure of first-time claims for unemployment benefits lags behind Michigan and far behind California and New York. Under normal circumstances, that'd be something to celebrate. But today, populous Florida is a laggard for the wrong reason.

States Prepare for Coronavirus Fiscal Storm
States Prepare for Coronavirus Fiscal Storm

State budgets will be crushed by the coronavirus crisis as millions of workers and businesses stop paying taxes, says Josh Goodman of Pew Charitable Trusts. But state officials are going to have to wait a few more weeks until they know just how bad their fiscal situations will be.Personal income taxes and sales taxes are the two largest sources of revenue at the state level, and both will take a serious hit as businesses reduce hours or close up shop entirely and workers lose their jobs.Federal aid is in the pipeline, with $150 billion set aside for states and localities in the $2.2 trillion aid package signed into law last week. But some governors are saying that won't be enough.Colorado...

Evaluating China ZhengTong Auto Services Holdings Limited
Evaluating China ZhengTong Auto Services Holdings Limited's (HKG:1728) Investments In Its Business

Today we'll evaluate China ZhengTong Auto Services Holdings Limited (HKG:1728) to determine whether it could have...

Mawer New Canada Fund Buys 4 Stocks in the 2nd Half of 2019
Mawer New Canada Fund Buys 4 Stocks in the 2nd Half of 2019

Fund releases interim portfolio for December 2019 Continue reading...

Pelosi Announces Committee to Oversee Coronavirus Funds
Pelosi Announces Committee to Oversee Coronavirus Funds

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday announced the creation of a special bipartisan committee to oversee the Trump administration's coronavirus response and its handling of the $2 trillion economic relief package passed last week."Congress has taken an important step in meeting this crisis by passing

These 5 LEGO car kits are great projects for when you
These 5 LEGO car kits are great projects for when you're bored at home

If you have a few extra dollars to spend on a fun time-waster, we can't recommend a good LEGO kit strongly enough. Here are 5 great LEGO kits ranging from beginner to pro, in case you want to brush up on your building skills while waiting for the world to begin spinning again. This kit debuted in January and actually marked Nissan's first time officially partnering with LEGO for buildable version of one of their cars.

10 Million Jobs Lost, and Millions More to Come
10 Million Jobs Lost, and Millions More to Come

More than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week as the coronavirus pandemic ground the economy to a halt, a staggering number that's nearly double the record set the week before, which itself obliterated the previous high from 1982. The federal government first began tracking new unemployment claims in 1967.In all, some 10 million Americans lost their jobs and applied for government aid over the final weeks of March, according to Labor Department data released Thursday. "The past two weeks have erased nearly all the jobs created in the past five years, a sign of how rapid, deep and painful the economic shutdown has been on many American families who are...

Using AI responsibly to fight the coronavirus pandemic
Using AI responsibly to fight the coronavirus pandemic

The emergence of the novel coronavirus has left the world in turmoil. With the imposition of lockdowns, limitations of movement, the closure of borders and other measures to contain the virus, the operating environment of law enforcement agencies and those security services tasked with protecting the public from harm has suddenly become ever more complex. Enhancing surveillance, monitoring and detection capabilities is high on the priority list.

FCC enacts $200M telehealth initiative to ease COVID-19 burden on hospitals
FCC enacts $200M telehealth initiative to ease COVID-19 burden on hospitals

The FCC has developed and approved a $200 million program to fund telehealth services and devices for medical providers, just a week or so after the funding was announced. Among the many, many funding items was a $200 million earmarked for the FCC with which it was instructed to improve and subsidize telehealth services around the country. To the extent that connectivity solutions can provide immediate assistance with remote care and monitoring, we should use them.

Target to limit number of shoppers in stores, as a new safety measure
Target to limit number of shoppers in stores, as a new safety measure

Target will start to monitor, meter and may limit the number of shoppers inside stores as part of its coronavirus response beginning April 4.

What This Decision by American Airlines Says About How Fast Demand Will Recover
What This Decision by American Airlines Says About How Fast Demand Will Recover

In the past five years, U.S. airlines have boosted profits by adding extra summer flights to Europe, capitalizing on consumers' near insatiable desire to travel abroad in June, July, and August. But on Thursday American Airlines admitted the great summer European cash grab will not return in 2020

You can now buy AWS
You can now buy AWS' $99 DeepComposer keyboard

AWS today announced that its DeepComposer keyboard is now available for purchase. First announced at AWS re:Invent 2019, the keyboard created a bit of confusion, in part because Amazon's announcement almost made it seem like a consumer product. DeepComposer, which also works without the actual hardware keyboard, is more of a learning tool, though, and belongs to the same family of AWS hardware like DeepLens and DeepRacer.

White House says it is ordering more companies to make ventilators
White House says it is ordering more companies to make ventilators

With the national stockpile of inventory of life-saving healthcare equipment getting dangerously close to zero, President Trump on Thursday signaled that he will leverage a key national security provision to order additional companies to produce ventilators. Trump's reluctance to employ the law known as the Defense Production Act (DPA) has puzzled many as the administration attempts to right the myriad early wrongs that allowed the novel coronavirus to spread within the nation's borders - an unprecedented modern public health crisis expected to claim as many as 200,000 lives in the U.S. "Today, I have issued an order under the Defense Production Act to more fully ensure that domestic...

Homeowner Alert: Mortgage Rates Are Near a Record Low Again
Homeowner Alert: Mortgage Rates Are Near a Record Low Again

Rates have dropped this week and are giving homeowners new opportunities to save.

The space in between: The stratosphere
The space in between: The stratosphere

There are platforms, such as blimps, balloons and high-altitude long endurance (HALE) fixed-wing platforms that can duplicate functions now performed by drones or satellites in a more technically and commercially viable manner. Commercial drones operate in our airspace below 400 feet. Satellites operate in low Earth orbit (LEO, 500-1200km), mid Earth orbit (MEO, 2000-36,000km) and geostationary Earth orbit (GEO, 36,000km).

Pinterest CEO and a team of leading scientists launch a self-reporting COVID-19 tracking app
Pinterest CEO and a team of leading scientists launch a self-reporting COVID-19 tracking app

There have been a few scattered efforts to leverage crowd-sourced self-reporting of symptoms as a way to potentially predict and chart the progress of COVID-19 across the U.S., and around the world. A new effort looks like the most comprehensive, well-organized and credibly backed yet, however - and it's been developed in part by Pinterest co-founder and CEO Ben Silbermann. Silbermann and a team from Pinterest enlisted the help of high school friend, and CRISPR gene-editing pioneer / MIT and Harvard Broad Institute member Dr. Feng Zhang to build what Silbermann termed in a press release a "bridge between citizens and scientists."

Georgia Gov. Kemp slammed after saying he just learned coronavirus could spread without symptoms
Georgia Gov. Kemp slammed after saying he just learned coronavirus could spread without symptoms

The Georgia governor was criticized for saying he didn't know "until the last 24 hours" that some infected people do not show symptoms.

U.S. markets shrug off record unemployment numbers as tech shares rise
U.S. markets shrug off record unemployment numbers as tech shares rise

Despite reports of historic unemployment with roughly 6.6 million Americans filing for unemployment, domestic stocks rose during regular trading today. Meanwhile, the federal government in the US continues to work on the specifics of how to funnel nearly $2 trillion into the American economy as part of the CARES Act stimulus package.

Tesla delivers 88,400 electric vehicles, beating expectations
Tesla delivers 88,400 electric vehicles, beating expectations

Tesla delivered 88,400 vehicles in the first quarter, beating most analysts expectations despite a 21% decrease from the previous quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic put downward pressure on demand and created logistical challenges. Tesla said Thursday it produced 103,000 electric vehicles in the first quarter, about 2% lower than the previous period. The deliveries and production figures beat most analysts expectations, causing Tesla shares to jump more than 10.4% in after hours trading.


U.S. Expected to Recommend Cloth Face Masks for Americans in Coronavirus Hot Spots

Cloth masks or face coverings are meant to be in addition to social distancing

Job losses in March could be the worst in a decade, and that's just the beginning

March's employment report could show the most monthly job losses in a decade, but it's only a fraction of the real hit to the workforce.

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Tesla, Dave & Buster's, Chewy and more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell.

Coronavirus is (literally) shaking up how the world moves

A drop in the vibrations caused by human movement and transportation because of coronavirus may provide a bizarre advantage to geoscientists.

JPMorgan says it's not ready for small business loan applications as banks await Treasury guidance

The program is a crucial component of the $2 trillion stimulus package signed into law last week by President Trump to cushion the blow of disruptions tied to the coronavirus.

The US Navy fires the captain of the aircraft carrier stricken by a coronavirus outbreak - Business Insider

The Navy has removed the commanding officer of carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt amid an effort to move thousands of crewmembers off the deployed ship.

Navy Is Removing Captain of Coronavirus-Stricken Aircraft Carrier

Capt. Brett Crozier in memo called for immediate attention to outbreak at sea

Navy Removing Captain of Coronavirus-Stricken Aircraft Carrier

Capt. Brett Crozier called for immediate attention to outbreak at sea

China’s New Coronavirus Policies Disrupt U.S. Air Cargo Operations

FedEx, UPS made appeals to top Trump administration officials in a bid to help protect supply chains

How coronavirus travels through the air: risk of droplets and aerosols - Business Insider

The World Health Organization says the coronavirus is not airborne. But some research suggests otherwise.

Factories pivot to make PPE but decry lack of government direction - Business Insider

Factories across the US are pivoting to make medical supplies. But companies are desperate for the federal government to manage a chaotic marketplace.

Trump Invokes Korean War-Era Law to Get Ventilators Built Amid Short Supply

Remaining U.S. supply of the breathing machines used for the sickest patients could fall far short of projected needs

Roughly Half of Ventilators in National Stockpile Have Been Distributed as Coronavirus Spreads

Remaining U.S. supply of the breathing machines used for the sickest patients could fall far short of projected needs

Coronavirus antibody tests to identify immune people are crucial - Business Insider

"People who are immune could be the first people to go back to normal life and start everything up again," one expert said.

Sunrun just laid off at least 100 people and furloughed more - Business Insider

The company, which sells and leases solar panels for your roof, cited the coronavirus pandemic, which is stunting residential solar sales.

Bill Gates says we need at least 10 more weeks of nationwide shutdown - Business Insider

"The window for making important decisions hasn't closed," Bill Gates argued, calling for action informed "science, data and medical professionals."

Coronavirus crisis: UBS warns $5 trillion in corporate credit at risk - Business Insider

Risky corners of the corporate credit market that ballooned during the good times are now faced with the coronavirus-led crisis.

Holland America gives Rotterdam passengers packing instructions - Business Insider

Passengers onboard the Rotterdam will processed by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement and then returned to the ship today.

Elon Musk criticized over 'ventilator' shipment to New York hospital - Business Insider

BiPAP machines were recently allowed by the FDA as a substitute for ventilators, but some medical experts warn they could spread the coronavirus.

Wealthy think the coronavirus has stigma, afraid of social status loss - Business Insider

In Westport, the coronavirus began at a lavish party. In Austria, it spread from a ski resort to six other countries. Both had reputations to protect.

Mayor endorses rent relief plan for New Yorkers amid COVID-19 pandemic - Business Insider

The plan would allow tenants to use security deposits in place of April rent payments. Tenants have just five days before a non-payment is a default.

Coronavirus investing strategies, recommendations from 159 pro managers - Business Insider

"We are witnessing a once in a lifetime opportunity to invest in many kinds of asset classes," one fund said.

Coronavirus Crisis Makes Ambulances Rethink Hospital Trips

Emergency medical services forgo revenue as they avoid transporting noncritical patients that further strain hospitals

Chanos says he is still 'maximum short' Tesla even with drop in last month

Jim Chanos said on Thursday that he is still "maximum short" Tesla, even after the electric automaker's stock fell dramatically in the past month.

I Felt the Pain of the Stock Market’s Selloff. But I Stayed the Course.

This is no time to guess about what’s next for the stock market, says retirement columnist Glenn Ruffenach.

I Felt the Pain of the Stock Market’s Selloff. But I Stayed the Course.

This is no time to guess about what’s next for the stock market, says retirement columnist Glenn Ruffenach.

Coronavirus: American forced fliers into 3 rows who didn't buy upgrade - Business Insider

American Airlines has risked the health of flight attendants and passengers by enforcing rules about riding in coach, it is alleged.

Inside a Brooklyn hospital fighting the coronavirus pandemic - Business Insider

"Until I saw this, I couldn't believe it." Deaths are mounting at an NYC hospital on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak.

Stranded Holland America cruise ships, Zaandam and Rotterdam, allowed to dock - Business Insider

Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine tweeted that the Unified Command task force and Carnival Corp. had reached an agreement.

Coronavirus Pushes Chicago Chef From Linen Napkins to Takeout Containers

Danny Grant’s dining rooms are closed, but his short-rib pasta still shows up on doorsteps; staff stays busy making 550 meals a night

Coronavirus Pushes Chicago Chef From Linen Napkins to Takeout Containers

Danny Grant’s dining rooms are closed, but his short-rib pasta still shows up on doorsteps; staff stays busy making 550 meals a night

Questions About Accuracy of Coronavirus Tests Sow Worry

Experts believe nearly one in three infected patients are nevertheless getting negative test results

The drama at WeWork as SoftBank scraps their $3 billion deal

WeWork board members are evaluating litigation after SoftBank backed out of a deal to buy stock from the company’s shareholders.

spotlight-digital-live-event-buffer-flexjobs-remote-culture - Business Insider

For our next Spotlight Digital Live event, we're bringing on two leaders who have spent years mastering remote culture. Your questions are welcome.

Why we need a government supply-chain office now, more than ever

Commentary: Washington can take steps to protect the CPG industry from supply chain disruption from the coronavirus pandemic.

US weekly jobless claims hit record 6.6 million as coronavirus spreads - Business Insider

"It's remarkable. These are unprecedented numbers," said Bank of America economist Joseph Song. "But we're also facing an unprecedented pandemic."

US weekly jobless claims double to 6.6 million

First-time claims for unemployment insurance had been expected to total 3.1 million, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

Trump is blowing the US response to coronavirus because he can't handle bad news - Business Insider

Trump spent his business career lying his way through disaster and faking his successes, now he's applying the same instincts to managing a pandemic.

Investing advice, coronavirus volatility tips from Charles Schwab CIO - Business Insider

Understanding what other investors are thinking and how you might react in moments of stress can help you succeed and avoid big mistakes.

Billie Jean King Tennis Center Is Going to Be a Temporary Hospital. No One’s More on Board Than Billie Jean King.

Amid a pandemic, a radical makeover for the home of the U.S. Open

The coronavirus pandemic forces U.N. to postpone the COP26 climate conference

The COP26 climate conference due to be held in Glasgow this November has been moved to next year as countries reel from the coronavirus.

The Rush for $350 Billion in Small Business Loans Starts Friday. Banks Have Questions.

Details such as lenders’ responsibility to evaluate borrowers remain unclear; ‘not as simple as we hoped’

Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: CarMax, Walgreens, Disney, Zoom & more

The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include CarMax, Walgreens, Disney, Zoom, and more.

Oil rallies 10% after Trump says he expects Saudi Arabia-Russia feud to end soon

Oil rallied Thursday after President Trump talked up the possibility of Saudi Arabia and Russia ending a price war.

Stock market live updates: Stocks flat, jobless claims top 6 million, oil jumps 10%

Stocks attempted a rebound on Thursday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost nearly 1,000 points on Wendesday.

SoftBank confirms it's abandoning a $3 billion WeWork deal - Business Insider

SoftBank cited investigations into WeWork's financing and it's dealings with Adam Neumann.

$18 billion RingCentral goes after Zoom with video-conferencing - Business Insider

RingCentral developed a stand-alone video offering that may challenge Zoom, especially for its customers that previously used Zoom to videoconference.

Charts: Coronavirus is spreading faster in US than in other countries - Business Insider

The US has the most coronavirus infections in the world, but is still taking a delayed and piecemeal approach to lockdown.

Coronavirus: Countries rethink advice on masks, facial coverings - Business Insider

Health authorities in Europe and the US had said that wearing a mask was not effective protection for most people. Now some may change that guidance.

CEOs are slashing their executive pay to make a ‘visible personal sacrifice’

Whatever the reason, slashing executive pay isn't always just optics—it can help build trust

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