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Read the full memo Goldman Sachs just sent to staff announcing its new head of regulatory affairs. The former White House counsel will be tasked with helping clean up the bank's 1MBD drama

Read the full memo Goldman Sachs just sent to staff announcing its new head of regulatory affairs. The former White House counsel will be tasked with helping clean up the bank's 1MBD drama

39 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

Goldman Sachs has named Kathryn Ruemmler as its new global head of regulatory affairs, according to an internal memo reviewed by Business Insider. Ruemmler joins as a partner...
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City clears another 300 construction sites for “emergency” work

39 minutes ago   |   The Real Deal New York

The number of emergency construction sites exempt from the state's shutdown of non-essential work has jumped by more than 300 since last week. According to a real-time map...
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Federal Reserve Moves to Pump Up Small Business Lending

1 hour ago   |   NY Times   |   2 articles

The Fed announced that it would try motivating banks to make loans under the new S.B.A. program.
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NYC education department tells principals to stop using Zoom, citing privacy concerns

3 hours ago   |   CNBC

The New York Department of Education is now telling schools they should use services provided through Google or Microsoft.
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Workers Don't Know Who To Turn To When Employers Won't Close During The Pandemic

Workers Don't Know Who To Turn To When Employers Won't Close During The Pandemic

5 hours ago   |   The Huffington Post

People who believe their workplaces are not essential have been begging governors, police, health departments and others to shut them down.
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Police say a woman sprayed Lysol in a Walmart cashier's eyes, and it's a stark example of the challenges retail workers face as they manage frantic customers and risk their health

Police say a woman sprayed Lysol in a Walmart cashier's eyes, and it's a stark example of the challenges retail workers face as they manage frantic customers and risk their health

5 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

Police are searching for a woman who sprayed Lysol disinfectant into a Walmart cashier's eyes, after the cashier informed her of purchase limits on the cleaning products. In...
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Debenhams Appoints Administrators Due To Coronavirus - Putting 22,000 Jobs At Risk

6 hours ago   |   Forbes

Debenhams the UK department store stalwart has announced that it's set to appoint administrators in a step to protect itself from legal claims during the Coronavirus lockdown.
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With worst to come, 3 in 4 U.S. hospitals are already treating COVID-19 cases

7 hours ago   |   Fortune   |   2 articles

Three out of four U.S. hospitals surveyed are already treating patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 , according to a federal report that finds hospitals expect to be...
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Victim assaulted at T station, forced to withdraw money at ATM, transit police say

Victim assaulted at T station, forced to withdraw money at ATM, transit police say

7 hours ago   |   WCVB

Transit police are searching for a man who assaulted a person at an MBTA station in Boston and forced the victim to withdraw money from an ATM.
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Bailing Out

Bailing Out

9 hours ago   |   The New Republic

The Brooklyn Community Bail Fund opened for business in 2015, a heady time for criminal justice reform. The protests in Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore had helped catapult...
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You can get 50 cents off every gallon of gas at BP or Amoco gas stations if...

You can get 50 cents off every gallon of gas at BP or Amoco gas stations if you're a healthcare worker or first responder

First-responders and healthcare workers can now get 50-cent discounts on every gallon of gas purchased at BP and Amoco stations - all they need to do is register online. Gas... Read more ...

The Fed will start buying debt backed by emergency small-business loans...

The Fed will start buying debt backed by emergency small-business loans - giving banks more leeway to offer critical aid

The Federal Reserve announced Monday it will begin buying debt backed by the Small Business Administration's Payroll Protection Program. The facility will create a new market... Read more ...

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the ventilators Elon Musk's Tesla factories...

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the ventilators Elon Musk's Tesla factories are making won't be done in time to help during the apex of the coronavirus outbreak

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday that Elon Musk's ventilators can't be produced in time to help during the worst of the coronavirus outbreak. "Nobody can make you a... Read more ...

'He kind of called us p--ies': Hear the US Navy's top official call a...

'He kind of called us p--ies': Hear the US Navy's top official call a carrier captain 'stupid' to boos from sailors facing a coronavirus outbreak

The acting Navy secretary's impassioned 15-minute speech to the sailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt was met with dismay and anger. In an audio recording obtained by... Read more ...

New York just doubled the maximum fine for breaking social distancing rules...

New York just doubled the maximum fine for breaking social distancing rules to $1,000

Fines for breaking social-distancing measures in the state of New York will be raised from $500 to $1,000, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday. Cuomo lamented that some are... Read more ...

A councilman said NYC is preparing a contingency plan to dig trenches in...

A councilman said NYC is preparing a contingency plan to dig trenches in city parks '10 caskets in a line' to bury people who died of the coronavirus

New York City could start building trenches in a city park to bury the bodies of people who have died from COVID-19 as a contingency plan if the death rate doesn't drop soon, a... Read more ...

Peloton is suspending its live classes after an employee tested positive for...

Peloton is suspending its live classes after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 and its members urged it to protect worker safety

Peloton is temporarily canceling its live classes. The news comes after the company confirmed on Facebook that an employee at its New York studio tested positive for... Read more ...

Jamie Dimon tells shareholders he expects the coronavirus to cause a 'bad...

Jamie Dimon tells shareholders he expects the coronavirus to cause a 'bad recession' and 'financial stress similar to the global financial crisis,' at a minimum

Jamie Dimon's annual letter to JPMorgan shareholders was published Monday. In it, the bank's CEO addressed the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it could have on the US... Read more ...

Defiant Amazon workers are planning to strike again at the same warehouse...

Defiant Amazon workers are planning to strike again at the same warehouse where a strike organizer was fired last week

Workers at an Amazon warehouse in Staten Island are planning to go on strike on Monday, walking off the job for the second time in two weeks. Strike organizers are protesting... Read more ...

Ireland's prime minister, a former doctor, rejoined the health service and...

Ireland's prime minister, a former doctor, rejoined the health service and will work one shift a week to battle the coronavirus

Ireland's prime minister Leo Varadkar signed back up to his country's medical register in March as the coronavirus outbreak worsened. Varadkar, who holds the office of... Read more ...