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CORONAVIRUS FALLOUT WILL HAUNT U.S. ECONOMY FOR YEARS, COSTING IT $8 TRILLION THROUGH 2030, CBO SAYS

The White House has decided not to put out its own economic projections this summer.

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS TO UNVEIL BIPARTISAN BILL TO REGULATE CONTACT-TRACING APPS, FEARING POTENTIAL PRIVACY ABUSES

Senate lawmakers plan to unveil a bipartisan bill on Monday that would regulate contact-tracing and exposure-notification apps, seeking...

 
 
 

MISINFORMATION ABOUT THE EXTENT OF UNREST IN WASHINGTON, D.C., SURGES ACROSS TWITTER

Started by an account with just three followers, the hashtag exploded in popularity, generating about half a million tweets in its...

FACEBOOK EMPLOYEES BLAST ZUCKERBERG'S HANDS-OFF RESPONSE TO TRUMP POSTS AS PROTESTS GRIP NATION

Late Sunday, Zuckerberg announced an additional $10 million to racial justice organizations.

 
 
 

JPMORGAN'S TRADERS RACE AHEAD IN THE PANDEMIC

The bank's scale and market dominance is setting it apart from the Wall Street pack.

THE TECHNOLOGY 202: PROTESTS, CORONAVIRUS AND ELECTION PRESENT DISINFORMATION CHALLENGE FOR SOCIAL MEDIA COMPANIES

It's a perfect storm.

 
 
 

AS HAIR SALONS REOPEN, LESS PAMPERING AND MORE EFFICIENCY

Clients will wear masks and wait in cars, and may have to forgo shampooing and blow-drying.

FINDING A ROOFER WHO WILL HAVE YOU COVERED

It's even more important to get multiple contractors' bids when labor - not materials - constitutes a large part of the cost of work.

 
 
 

HOW DOES ‘THE LAST OF US PART II' PLAY? THE ANSWER IS EXTREMELY WELL

The latest chapter in Ellie's journey paints a brutal world that is polished, bloody and terrifying

NATIONWIDE PROTESTS HIGHLIGHT MINORITY FRUSTRATION WITH ECONOMIC DISPARITIES

The rage fueling protests is longstanding, stemming not only from frustrations over racial disparities in criminal justice but economic...

 
 
 

COVENT GARDEN'S OWNER MAKES A SMART MOVE ON SOHO

With values depressed by Covid-19, Capco's $540 million purchase of 26% of Shaftesbury is a shrewd move financially and strategically.

RETAILERS AND RESTAURANTS ACROSS THE U.S. CLOSE THEIR DOORS AMID PROTESTS

Looting and destruction has followed in the wake of protests across the country, just as many retailers and restaurants were reopening...

 
 
 

STIMULUS PREPAID DEBIT CARD IS CAUSING A LOT OF CONFUSION

Here are some answers to questions about the stimulus prepaid debit card sent to 4 million Americans.

MORE OPTIONS FOR FINDING A NOTARY DURING THE PANDEMIC

Because buyers, sellers and real estate professionals are looking for ways to avoid in-person meetings, the potential of remote online...

 
 
 

THE PANDEMIC IS MAKING PEOPLE RECONSIDER CITY LIVING, TRADING TRAFFIC FOR CHICKENS

The pandemic is changing how people see the expensive cities where they live, and new work-from-home policies are making it possible...

THREE-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE-STYLE CONDO IN NORTHERN SILVER SPRING LISTED FOR $270,000

The 1,368-square-foot home has two full bathrooms and new kitchen appliances, cabinets, granite counters, bathroom tubs, a new heating...

 
 
 

COULD OPEC+ BECOME A VICTIM OF ITS OWN SUCCESS?

OPEC+ must work hard to avoid another damaging split between those who want to roll back output cuts in July and those who may want...

WE ALL MIGHT BE FLYING IN PLANES AGAIN SOON

Leisure travel could rebound more quickly than expected.

 
 
 

IS THE WORST OF THE CORONAVIRUS BEHIND US NOW?

Fears of a flare-up in virus cases after lockdown haven't come to pass, though some caution is warranted.

WILL IT FEEL SAFE TO FLY THIS SUMMER?

Leisure travel could rebound more quickly than expected.

 
 
 



Facebook workers slam Mark Zuckerberg over Trump's inflammatory posts...

Facebook workers slam Mark Zuckerberg over Trump's inflammatory posts. Here's what they said

Facebook employees took a public stand against the company's decision to leave President Trump's recent inflammatory posts about the Minneapolis protests on the service. On... Read more ...

How COVID-19 is accelerating the need for digital B2B payments

How COVID-19 is accelerating the need for digital B2B payments

By James Anderson, executive vice president of global commercial products, Mastercard In offices around the world, millions of dollars are waiting. Checks are piling up in the... Read more ...

The president of the Center for American Entrepreneurship apologized for...

The president of the Center for American Entrepreneurship apologized for telling Backstage Capital founder Arlan Hamilton that her advice to white coworkers was 'unfair and unhelpful'

On Saturday, Backstage Capital founder Arlan Hamilton tweeted advice to her white peers calling for action in support of the protests against police brutality across the United... Read more ...

Elon Musk says it's 'not right' that the other three officers involved in...

Elon Musk says it's 'not right' that the other three officers involved in George Floyd's death haven't been charged

Elon Musk said Monday it's "definitely not right" for three other officers involved in the arrest that led to George Floyd's death to avoid charges. "What message does this... Read more ...

Nearly 26,000 nursing home deaths reported as lockdowns ease

Nearly 26,000 nursing home deaths reported as lockdowns ease

WASHINGTON - Nearly 26,000 nursing home residents in the United States have died from COVID-19, according to a report prepared for the nation's governors, a number that is... Read more ...

Amid protests, U.S. police scanner apps and others saw record downloads

Amid protests, U.S. police scanner apps and others saw record downloads

Downloads of police scanner apps, tools for private communication and mobile safety apps hit record numbers this past weekend in the U.S., amid continued nationwide protests... Read more ...

Construction Spending Decreased in April

Construction Spending Decreased in April

From the Census Bureau reported that overall construction spending decreased in April: Construction spending during April 2020 was estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual... Read more ...

Stock indexes head higher on Wall Street after wobbly start

Stock indexes head higher on Wall Street after wobbly start

Stocks are notching modest gains on Wall Street Monday as investors balance cautious optimism about the reopening of businesses shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic... Read more ...

Whitmer lifts Michigan's stay-at-home order

Whitmer lifts Michigan's stay-at-home order

LANSING, Mich. - Gov. Gretchen Whitmer lifted Michigan's coronavirus stay-at-home order Monday, letting restaurants reopen to dine-in customers next week and immediately easing... Read more ...

Apple closes stores across the US over safety concerns amid George Floyd...

Apple closes stores across the US over safety concerns amid George Floyd protests

On May 25, a 46-year-old black man named George Floyd died in Minneapolis after a white police officer pinned his knee to Floyd's neck for several minutes during an... Read more ...