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Instacart adds new features aimed at opening more delivery windows
Instacart adds new features aimed at opening more delivery windows

Instacart today is rolling out new ordering options aimed at unlocking more delivery windows amid a surge of demand for its online grocery service due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The first new feature, "fast & flexible," allows Instacart to control the delivery window assignment. Instacart will then match the order with the first available delivery time, it says.

Builder.ai launches pre-packaged apps for small businesses hit by COVID-19
Builder.ai launches pre-packaged apps for small businesses hit by COVID-19

The company's platform, which allows for the fast-build of software and apps, has been used to create products for BBC, DiditFor, Manscore and ZikTruck. It's now launching 'The Studio Store', a new range of pre-packaged apps - beginning with e-commerce and delivery - aimed specifically at small businesses hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The first apps will serve e-commerce and delivery - such as flower shops, grocery stores and clothiers - and will be fast-tracked in less than eight weeks.

Morgan Stanley: 2 Stocks to Consider Buying (And 1 to Forget)
Morgan Stanley: 2 Stocks to Consider Buying (And 1 to Forget)

We've had more good news in the stock markets this week, lending credence to the view that recent gains are more than just a 'bear market rally.' Markets are up their recent trough, reached on March 23, and the gains appear to be both substantial and lasting.Investment bank Morgan Stanley has been tracking the markets closely, watching for evidence that the true bottom has been reached. The bank's US chief equity strategist, Mike Wilson, believes that it has. He points out the "unprecedented and unbridled monetary and fiscal intervention led by the U.S." and goes on to add that, with stock valuations at their most attractive since 2011, "we stick to our recent view that the worst is...

Coronavirus and shopping for supplies: Getting to the bottom of the toilet paper shortage
Coronavirus and shopping for supplies: Getting to the bottom of the toilet paper shortage

Empty shelves are caused by a fundamental shift in demand for a certain kind of toilet paper for use at home, as well as kinks in the supply chain.

Move fast, make things - UK fintech
Move fast, make things - UK fintech's response to the coronavirus crisis continues

The U.K.'s fintech's response to the coronavirus pandemic so far might best be described as "move fast, [and] make things," as multiple and sometimes impromptu teams roll out financial technology solutions to help combat the crisis. Since then, a U.K. government grant scheme for self-employed has been announced, prompting employees at Countingup to build a handy "Coronavirus Calculator" that lets you see how much support you could be entitled to and help with financial planning. Meanwhile, SeedLegals, though not technically a fintech, has made legal documentation available to ensure you furlough employees legally.

GM to supply 30,000 ventilators in $500 million U.S. contract
GM to supply 30,000 ventilators in $500 million U.S. contract

The Department of Health and Human Services contract is the first for ventilator production under the Defense Production Act, invoked by President Donald Trump to get companies to produce essential gear needed to fight the pandemic. GM will work with ventilator firm Ventec Life Systems to deliver 30,000

Call for common EU approach to apps and data to fight COVID-19 and protect citizens
Call for common EU approach to apps and data to fight COVID-19 and protect citizens' rights

The European Commission has responded to the regional scramble for apps and data to help tackle the coronavirus crisis by calling for a common EU approach to boost the effectiveness of digital interventions and ensure key rights and freedoms are respected. The European Union's executive body wants to ensure Member States' individual efforts to use data and tech tools to combat COVID-19 are aligned and can interoperate across borders -- and therefore be more effective, given the virus does not respect national borders. Current efforts by governments across the EU to combat the virus are being hampered by the fragmentation of approaches, it warns.

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McDonald's pulls 2020 outlook as quarterly comparable sales fall 3.4%

Comparable sales fell 3.4% in the quarter, missing analysts' expectations of a 0.91% drop, according to IBES data from Refinitiv. In March alone, global comparable sales fell 22.2% as most of its nearly 14,000 U.S. stores closed dine-in operations.

Zoom hires former Facebook security chief to beef up privacy, safety
Zoom hires former Facebook security chief to beef up privacy, safety

Taiwan and Germany have put restrictions on its use, while Elon Musk's SpaceX has banned the app. To address the concerns, Zoom has formed https://blog.zoom.us/wordpress/2020/04/08/update-on-zoom-90-day-plan-to-bolster-key-privacy-and-security-initiatives a CISO Council, which includes chief information

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India's Oyo furloughs thousands of employees as revenue drops by over 50%

Oyo has placed thousands of employees on leave and furloughs for up to three months in the U.S. and several other markets as the Indian budget lodging firm contends the coronavirus outbreak that has cut its revenue and demand by over 50%. The startup's teams in the U.S. are most impacted by the furloughs, according to a person familiar with the matter. In a statement, Oyo confirmed the furloughs and added that India, its home market, was not impacted.

Croatia says it needs $10 billion to combat coronavirus crisis
Croatia says it needs $10 billion to combat coronavirus crisis

Croatia will need about 70 billion kuna ($10 billion) in the next few months to finance the measures it undertakes to combat the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Finance Minister Zdravko Maric said on Wednesday. The government has already introduced some measures to shore up the economy, including writing off tax obligations or deferring of tax payments over the next three months. "We will need at between 65 and 70 billion kuna to secure financing of our needs in the next three months," Maric said in an interview with the N1 TV news channel.

Should You Like RPM International Inc.
Should You Like RPM International Inc.'s (NYSE:RPM) High Return On Capital Employed?

Today we are going to look at RPM International Inc. (NYSE:RPM) to see whether it might be an attractive investment...

Great Depression Is Closest Parallel to Pandemic, Warns Odey

(Bloomberg) -- The global economy is slipping into a "different era" as the devastation in industries from oil to services roils markets, hedge fund manager Crispin Odey cautioned his investors."This is not like 2008-9, nor 2001-2, nor even 1989-92," Odey wrote in a letter to clients seen by Bloomberg. "The fall in global gross national product for this year will echo 1931-2. That was a terrible time when countries and institutions disappeared and characters like Adolf Hitler seized their chance to take over Germany."The warning follows a 21% gain in his flagship Odey European Inc. fund in March, the biggest monthly increase in 11 years, according to the letter. Odey, known for his...

Coronavirus live updates: US has deadliest day yet; LA to require face masks; jubilant Wuhan marks end of lockdown
Coronavirus live updates: US has deadliest day yet; LA to require face masks; jubilant Wuhan marks end of lockdown

Coronavirus claims beloved singer John Prine. Wuhan celebrates lockdown end. Surgeon General Jerome Powell seems more optimistic. More news Wednesday.

Need To Know: The Consensus Just Cut Its Altra Industrial Motion Corp. (NASDAQ:AIMC) Estimates For 2020
Need To Know: The Consensus Just Cut Its Altra Industrial Motion Corp. (NASDAQ:AIMC) Estimates For 2020

Today is shaping up negative for Altra Industrial Motion Corp. (NASDAQ:AIMC) shareholders, with the analysts...

Why Wüstenrot & Württembergische AG (ETR:WUW) Could Be Worth Watching
Why Wüstenrot & Württembergische AG (ETR:WUW) Could Be Worth Watching

Wüstenrot & Württembergische AG (ETR:WUW), which is in the insurance business, and is based in Germany, saw a...

Life Insurance and COVID-19: Consumers
Life Insurance and COVID-19: Consumers' Top 5 Questions Answered

Does your life insurance cover coronavirus? Can you still buy a policy? And more.

Does This Valuation Of I.M.A. Industria Macchine Automatiche S.p.A. (BIT:IMA) Imply Investors Are Overpaying?
Does This Valuation Of I.M.A. Industria Macchine Automatiche S.p.A. (BIT:IMA) Imply Investors Are Overpaying?

Today we'll do a simple run through of a valuation method used to estimate the attractiveness of I.M.A. Industria...

CSX (NASDAQ:CSX) Shareholders Booked A 86% Gain In The Last Five Years
CSX (NASDAQ:CSX) Shareholders Booked A 86% Gain In The Last Five Years

It hasn't been the best quarter for CSX Corporation (NASDAQ:CSX) shareholders, since the share price has fallen 17% in...

In California: Cases slow, but there
In California: Cases slow, but there's still a lot of social distancing to do

Coronavirus will peak in the Golden State on April 17, when an estimated 70 people will die, new modeling predicts. And a USA TODAY investigation shows health officials sounded the alarm on the virus long before action was taken. Plus: If you must grocery shop, read on for tips to do it safely.

Are Investors Undervaluing Renew Holdings plc (LON:RNWH) By 34%?
Are Investors Undervaluing Renew Holdings plc (LON:RNWH) By 34%?

How far off is Renew Holdings plc (LON:RNWH) from its intrinsic value? Using the most recent financial data, we'll...

Sensex, Nifty end lower on fears of lockdown extension
Sensex, Nifty end lower on fears of lockdown extension

Indian stocks closed lower on Wednesday as investors locked in some recent gains amid fears of an extension of the coronavirus-led lockdown and its impact on business. Senior officials told Reuters earlier on Wednesday that India's financial hub Mumbai was set to extend lockdown measures until at least April 30. "Globally, things are not great, it is very volatile, there will be pressure and some profit-taking," said Neeraj Dewan, director at Quantum Securities in New Delhi.

Human activity to blame for virus spread: study
Human activity to blame for virus spread: study

Diseases such as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the globe could become more common as human activity destroys habitats and forces disease-carrying wild animals into ever-closer proximity with us, a major study showed on Wednesday. Illegal poaching, mechanised farming and increasingly urbanised lifestyles have all led to mass biodiversity loss in recent decades, devastating populations of wild animals and increasing the abundance of domesticated livestock. Around 70 percent of human pathogens are zoonotic, meaning they at some point make the leap from animals to humans as with COVID-19.

Does Capstone Turbine Corporation (NASDAQ:CPST) Have A Particularly Volatile Share Price?
Does Capstone Turbine Corporation (NASDAQ:CPST) Have A Particularly Volatile Share Price?

If you're interested in Capstone Turbine Corporation (NASDAQ:CPST), then you might want to consider its beta (a...

One VIVO Cannabis Inc. (TSE:VIVO) Broker Just Cut Their Revenue Forecasts By 22%
One VIVO Cannabis Inc. (TSE:VIVO) Broker Just Cut Their Revenue Forecasts By 22%

Market forces rained on the parade of VIVO Cannabis Inc. (TSE:VIVO) shareholders today, when the covering analyst...

Czech coronavirus cases top 5,000 but growth slows
Czech coronavirus cases top 5,000 but growth slows

The number of cases of the new coronavirus in the Czech Republic has risen past 5,000, although a slower growth rate allowed the health minister to say he was confident the state had prevented an uncontrolled spread as it starts easing lockdown measures. The Health Ministry on Wednesday said 195 new cases had been detected the previous day to bring the total to 5,017. The Czech Republic was one of the swiftest countries in Europe to take action against the virus's spread in March when cases start appearing throughout the continent.

At €7.86, Is It Time To Put Indra Sistemas, S.A. (BME:IDR) On Your Watch List?
At €7.86, Is It Time To Put Indra Sistemas, S.A. (BME:IDR) On Your Watch List?

Indra Sistemas, S.A. (BME:IDR), which is in the it business, and is based in Spain, saw a decent share price growth in...

Core-Mark Holding Company, Inc.
Core-Mark Holding Company, Inc.'s (NASDAQ:CORE) Earnings Grew 27%, Did It Beat Long-Term Trend?

For long-term investors, assessing earnings trend over time and against industry benchmarks is more beneficial than...

The Morning After: Sony unveiled the PS5
The Morning After: Sony unveiled the PS5's DualSense controller

Engadget's daily tech news bulletin.

A Close Look At Hera S.p.A.
A Close Look At Hera S.p.A.'s (BIT:HER) 7.5% ROCE

Today we'll look at Hera S.p.A. (BIT:HER) and reflect on its potential as an investment. Specifically, we're going to...

H&M borrows 980 million euros to boost liquidity buffer amid pandemic
H&M borrows 980 million euros to boost liquidity buffer amid pandemic

H&M , the world's second-biggest fashion retailer, said on Wednesday it had signed a 980 million euro ($1.1 billion) revolving credit facility to strengthen its liquidity buffer in light of the novel coronavirus pandemic. H&M said in a statement the new 12-month bank facility with a 6-month extension option came in addition to an undrawn 700 million facility signed in 2017 and maturing 2024. H&M on April 3 unveiled plans to raise more cash amid other initiatives to mitigate effects from the spread of the coronavirus, as it warned it would make a loss for the first time in decades in its second quarter.

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Here's Why We Think RELX (LON:REL) Is Well Worth Watching

Some have more dollars than sense, they say, so even companies that have no revenue, no profit, and a record of...

'Abandoned' Italian hospital fears virus' march south

At the Locri hospital in southern Italy, patients are often sent elsewhere for lack of doctors, the lifts are endlessly in disrepair and the CT scan works one day, but not the next. Infiltration by the mafia, severe doctor shortages, and a regional health agency hundreds of millions of euros in debt are just a few of the challenges the hospital confronted in 2019 alone. Now, residents of the community in Italy's southernmost region of Calabria are bracing for what they fear could be an inexorable march south of the disease that has killed over 17,000 people in the country, and wondering how they can possibly cope.

Canada says medical donations won
Canada says medical donations won't sway policies

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned Tuesday that donations of medical equipment by foreign companies like Huawei in the fight against the coronavirus will have no influence on future government policy. The prime minister was asked if donations to Canada by Huawei could influence his government's policies toward the Chinese telecoms giant, which is at the center of a protracted diplomatic crisis between Ottawa and Beijing. At a time when the world faces a shortage of masks, Huawei gave Canada more than a million masks, 30,000 face shields and 50,000 pairs of gloves, according to the Globe and Mail daily.

Trump replaces watchdog who was overseeing $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus spending
Trump replaces watchdog who was overseeing $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus spending

President Trump replaced acting Pentagon Inspector General Glenn Fine, the top watchdog for COVID-19 stimulus spending.

What Is Melcor Developments
What Is Melcor Developments's (TSE:MRD) P/E Ratio After Its Share Price Tanked?

To the annoyance of some shareholders, Melcor Developments (TSE:MRD) shares are down a considerable 38% in the last...

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Here's How P/E Ratios Can Help Us Understand Record plc (LON:REC)

This article is for investors who would like to improve their understanding of price to earnings ratios (P/E ratios...

Nephros Sees Hammer Chart Pattern: Time to Buy?
Nephros Sees Hammer Chart Pattern: Time to Buy?

Nephros has been struggling lately, but the selling pressure may be coming to an end soon.

Saudi Crude Oil Armada Heads for U.S.
Saudi Crude Oil Armada Heads for U.S.

(Bloomberg) -- On the final day of March, the supertanker Newton, loaded with crude from Saudi Arabia, did something rarely seen in the world of oil trading: it abruptly diverted from its original destination, Egypt, setting sail for the U.S. Gulf Coast instead.The Newton is just part of a flood of Saudi

OECD says leading indicators flag biggest monthly drop on record
OECD says leading indicators flag biggest monthly drop on record

The OECD said its leading indicators, which are designed to flag turning points in economic activity, suggested all major economies had plunged into a "sharp slowdown" with only India registering as being in a mere "slowdown". The indicators were flagging "the largest drop on

EU Fails to Agree on 500 Billion-Euro Response to Virus Crisis
EU Fails to Agree on 500 Billion-Euro Response to Virus Crisis

(Bloomberg) -- European Union finance ministers failed to agree on a strategy to mitigate the economic impact of the pandemic, prolonging a paralysis that casts doubt over the bloc's ability to weather the crisis. Italian bonds fell. In an emergency teleconference that lasted more than 16 hours, finance chiefs couldn't reconcile their contrasting visions for the steps needed to help European economies recover, as countries in the continent's hardest-hit south were pitted against hawkish northern states over sharing the costs of the looming recession. Faced with what could be the deepest recession on record, the acrimony highlights how Europe is mired in the same old divisions that almost...

Coronavirus: Tesco tells people to visit stores to get food
Coronavirus: Tesco tells people to visit stores to get food

The supermarket says there is "simply not enough capacity" to supply everyone with online shopping.

At €81.00, Is Envea Société anonyme (EPA:ALTEV) Worth Looking At Closely?
At €81.00, Is Envea Société anonyme (EPA:ALTEV) Worth Looking At Closely?

Envea Société anonyme (EPA:ALTEV), which is in the electronic business, and is based in France, saw a double-digit...

The Right Way to Help Small Businesses
The Right Way to Help Small Businesses

The first package of economic relief got it wrong. Here's what the next one has to get right.

Estimating The Fair Value Of Caffyns plc (LON:CFYN)
Estimating The Fair Value Of Caffyns plc (LON:CFYN)

Does the April share price for Caffyns plc (LON:CFYN) reflect what it's really worth? Today, we will estimate the...

Virus-hit Iran urges IMF to approve its loan request
Virus-hit Iran urges IMF to approve its loan request

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani appealed to the International Monetary Fund Wednesday to approve a $5 billion emergency loan request to combat its novel coronavirus outbreak. "I urge all international organisations to fulfil their duties," Rouhani said during a cabinet meeting. "We are a member of the IMF... if there's going to be any discrimination between Iran and others in giving loans, neither us nor world opinion will tolerate it," he said in televised remarks.

How Does VBG Group AB (publ)
How Does VBG Group AB (publ)'s (STO:VBG B) Earnings Growth Stack Up Against Industry Performance?

Understanding how VBG Group AB (publ) (OM:VBG B) is performing as a company requires looking at more than just a...

Iran says US oil production must be known before OPEC+ call
Iran says US oil production must be known before OPEC+ call

Iran demanded on Wednesday that U.S. oil production levels must be known before an upcoming OPEC meeting with Russia and others seeking to boost global energy prices. The meeting of the so-called OPEC+ is scheduled to be held Thursday after officials delayed it following Saudi Arabia criticizing Russia over its comments about the price collapse. A meeting in March saw OPEC and other nations led by Russia fail to agree to a production cut as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has drastically cut demand for oil.

Mumbai set to extend coronavirus lockdown - sources
Mumbai set to extend coronavirus lockdown - sources

India's financial hub Mumbai is set to extend lockdown measures until at least April 30 as authorities race to expand testing to stem the spread of coronavirus cases in the city, three senior officials said. A 21-day nationwide lockdown that Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared in late March to fight the epidemic is officially set to end on April 14. The Mumbai municipal authority and the state government in the western state of Maharashtra, of which Mumbai is the capital, both declined to comment.

Should You Be Tempted To Sell Elia Group SA/NV (EBR:ELI) Because Of Its P/E Ratio?
Should You Be Tempted To Sell Elia Group SA/NV (EBR:ELI) Because Of Its P/E Ratio?

This article is for investors who would like to improve their understanding of price to earnings ratios (P/E ratios...


Market rally fizzles as coronavirus rescue plans bog down

Trading is choppy on Wednesday as investors look to policymakers for clarity on rescue measures.

Treasury yields edge lower as coronavirus recovery hopes diminish

U.S. government debt prices were higher Wednesday morning as investors monitor efforts to slow down the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. and around the world.

Tesla to cut salaries and furlough non-essential US employees: CNBC - Business Insider

Tesla says it will implement the cost-cutting measures from April 13 and plans to resume normal production at its US facilities on May 4.

Instagram Faces Surge in Sale of Coronavirus Face Masks With Potential Risks

Parent company Facebook struggles to block users from taking advantage of pandemic, report finds

Coronavirus Updates: U.S. Death Toll Rises Sharply; Wuhan Lifts Lockdown

As the coronavirus pandemic roils markets and upends business, The Wall Street Journal is gathering in one place all the latest news and insights on the impact on investors, companies and economies.

Coronavirus Updates: U.S. Death Toll Rises Sharply; Wuhan Lifts Lockdown

As the coronavirus pandemic roils markets and upends business, The Wall Street Journal is gathering in one place all the latest news and insights on the impact on investors, companies and economies.

Larry Summers evaluates the US coronavirus response - Business Insider

Former US Treasury Secretary and World Bank economist Larry Summers on how painful this recession will be, who will be hurt and how to quickly recover.

U.S. Stock Futures Inch Higher After Bout of Volatility

European stocks fall, while Japanese index makes strong gains

Seven Days, Hundreds of Deaths: New York’s Worst Week Yet Tests Its Coronavirus Response

The pandemic has sparked the grit and ingenuity of the medical community in the nation’s hardest-hit city

Fauci: COVID-19 shows 'unacceptable' disparities for African Americans - Business Insider

Fauci said the coronavirus' impact on African Americans is shining "a very bright light on some of the real weaknesses and foibles in our society."

Trump role in Theodore Roosevelt coronavirus, Crozier, Modly firings - Business Insider

"What I see here is what you would call undue command influence. I see the creeping influence of Trump's approach," Rep. Adam Smith said Tuesday.

The refreshed 2021 VW Atlas has arrived, and the 7-passenger SUV still starts at $32,000 - Business Insider

The three-row SUV has been a big hit for VW in the US. The refreshed Atlas has an upgraded exterior design and a range of interior options.

Government and Businesses Turn Attention to Eventual Reopening of $22 Trillion U.S. Economy

Once social distancing slows coronavirus pandemic, tough questions follow over how to get the nation back to work: ‘It isn’t like a light switch on and off’

Government and Businesses Turn Attention to Eventual Reopening of $22 Trillion U.S. Economy

Once social distancing slows coronavirus pandemic, tough questions follow over how to get the nation back to work: ‘It isn’t like a light switch on and off’

Trump using coronavirus to bully inspector generals, government watchdogs - Business Insider

Trump is using the fog of the coronavirus pandemic to wage an all-out assault on oversight, and signal to his base that he's infallible.

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Pinterest, Levi Strauss, Square and more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell.

Amazon will pause its Amazon Shipping service in US in June - Business Insider

Amazon told sellers on Tuesday that it's pausing its own shipping service that was being beta-tested in the US on June 5.

Fear Lingers in Wuhan as China Eases Lockdown

Suspicion of uncounted cases fuels worries of second wave of virus as China reopens city

Fear Lingers in Wuhan as China Eases Lockdown

In recent days, the city has reimposed residential restrictions after confirming dozens of new asymptomatic cases

Appeals Court Allows Texas to Ban Most Abortions During Coronavirus Pandemic

Litigation set to test whether states can use national health emergency to place sweeping restrictions on abortion

Appeals Court Allows Texas to Ban Most Abortions During Coronavirus Pandemic

Litigation set to test whether states can use national health emergency to place sweeping restrictions on abortion

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is putting $1 billion of his own wealth toward coronavirus relief - Business Insider

The Twitter and Square CEO said he set up a $1 billion fund in Square equity, about 28% of his total wealth, to aid coronavirus relief efforts

Stock market news today: Dow, S&P fall on coronavirus outbreak news - Business Insider

Major indexes surged in early trading before paring gains throughout the afternoon and closing in negative territory.

Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly Resigns in Wake of USS Roosevelt Comments

Official berated former captain of the aircraft carrier, who asked for more help in combating coronavirus

Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly Resigns in Wake of USS Roosevelt Comments

Official berated former captain of the aircraft carrier, who asked for more help in combating coronavirus

Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly Resigns in Wake of USS Roosevelt Comments

Official berated former captain of the aircraft carrier, who asked for more help in combating coronavirus

COVID-19: A NYC hospital turns sleep apnea machines into ventilators - Business Insider

Amid the shortage of ventilators in New York, a hospital in Manhattan is converting sleep apnea machines into ventilators for COVID-19 patients.

Cruise line crew workers lose salaries, benefits over coronavirus - Business Insider

Cruise lines workers have been the first to get laid off as coronavirus infections take over the cruise ships where they live and work.

Trump ousts acting Pentagon watchdog overseeing coronavirus stimulus package - Business Insider

Trump has attacked inspectors general across the federal government in recent days, including the HHS IG and the intelligence community IG.

Kayleigh McEnany: Age, photos and bio of White House press secretary - Business Insider

Kayleigh McEnany, 31, is a Harvard Law grad who made a name for herself as a combative Trump defender on CNN. A photo bio of her career.

United Nations agency predicts 7% drop in global working hours - Business Insider

That's a 7% drop in global working hours this quarter, a UN labor agency says, with 30 million jobs lost in the first quarter of 2020 alone.

Trump Removes Watchdog Who Heads Panel Overseeing Pandemic Stimulus Spending

Glenn Fine had been designated to lead the committee charged with identifying waste and abuse in the roughly $2 trillion spending law

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Kohl's, American Airlines, Carnival, Darden & more

Stocks among the hardest-hit by the coronavirus, including cruise and airline stocks, rallied on Tuesday.

At FEMA, Companies Offer Critical Coronavirus Supplies the Government Can’t Buy

Within federal agency coordinating pandemic response, such dead-ends are known as ‘vaporware’

At FEMA, Companies Offer Critical Coronavirus Supplies the Government Can’t Buy

Within federal agency coordinating pandemic response, such dead-ends are known as ‘vaporware’

At FEMA, Companies Offer Critical Coronavirus Supplies the Government Can’t Buy

Within federal agency coordinating pandemic response, such dead-ends are known as ‘vaporware’

McConnell Says Small-Business Loan Program Needs More Funding

Senate majority leader says he will aim to approve more funding this week

Trump administration coronavirus aid tax cuts help rich Americans, not workers - Business Insider

The White House wants a capital gains tax cut and a waiver exempting employers from liability if their workers get COVID. How does that help workers?

Fortified pantries and a plastic comeback: Predictions on post-pandemic design

What will the world look like after COVID-19? Designers have a few ideas.

Goldman Sach's chief equity strategist says beware this rally: 'Risk to the downside is greater'

"Risk to the downside is greater than the opportunity to the upside from this point where we stand today," said Goldman Sachs chief equity strategist David Kostin.

The Coronavirus Crisis in Doctors’ Own Words: ‘A Flood of Death That I Cannot Manage’

Front-line health workers are sounding public alarms: ‘It’s really hard to understand how bad this is…if all you see are empty streets’

The Coronavirus Crisis in Doctors’ Own Words: ‘A Flood of Death That I Cannot Manage’

Front-line health workers are sounding public alarms: ‘It’s really hard to understand how bad this is…if all you see are empty streets’

‘A Flood of Death That I Cannot Manage’: The Coronavirus Crisis in Doctors’ Own Words

Front-line health workers are sounding public alarms: ‘It’s really hard to understand how bad this is…if all you see are empty streets’

What the U.S. can do to remedy the coronavirus PPE crisis

Commentary: The coronavirus pandemic is straining the U.S. supply chain, which is struggling to acquire and distribute PPE.

How to invest in stocks after coronavirus market crash: Gavin Baker - Business Insider

"Nobody could've imagined what we're living through two months ago," said Gavin Baker, managing partner and CIO at Atreides Management.

Mahattan CEO reveals the daily routine she follows working from home - Business Insider

Bess Freedman of Brown Harris Stevens, who began working from home in late March, said following a daily routine keeps her positive and focused.

'Global money-printing orgy' going on, says former hedge fund manager - Business Insider

"Money is growing on trees right now" amid countries' stimulus packages, says Michael Novogratz, but "at one point that comes home to roost."

How people are using makeup with face masks during the coronavirus - Business Insider

People across the world are wearing face masks. Celebrities and influencers are showing everyone how to style them.

Photos, videos show Wisconsin voters lining up at the polls: coronavirus - Business Insider

The coronavirus outbreak caused a massive shortage of poll workers, requiring cities to close down multiple polling locations and creating huge lines.

Why millions of Americans are struggling to file for unemployment amid COVID-19 - Business Insider

Budget cuts, poor staffing, and old technology are key problems hobbling state unemployment systems nationwide.

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