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The first patients just enrolled in a trial testing the arthritis drug Actemra against the coronavirus. Results are expected in early summer

The first patients just enrolled in a trial testing the arthritis drug Actemra against the coronavirus. Results are expected in early summer

38 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

At least six coronavirus patients have been enrolled in a late-stage clinical trial testing the arthritis drug Actemra as a potential coronavirus treatment. Mark Eisner...
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Most rooms at the micro-hotel Arlo SoHo start at 150 square feet - here's what it's like to stay in such a small hotel room

Most rooms at the micro-hotel Arlo SoHo start at 150 square feet - here's what it's like to stay in such a small hotel room

57 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

With sleek, tiny rooms measuring barely 150 square feet and starting at only $89 in slower winter and hot summer months , the Arlo SoHo is a budget-friendly way to explore New...
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Q1 2020 DIGITAL VIDEO TRENDS: Social Media and News Services Propel Live Streaming During Coronavirus Pandemic

Q1 2020 DIGITAL VIDEO TRENDS: Social Media and News Services Propel Live Streaming During Coronavirus Pandemic

1 hour ago   |   Business Insider

This is a preview of the new Q1 2020 Digital Video Trends report from our partners at eMarketer. eMarketer PRO analyzes the social media industry and provides in-depth analyst...
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America Needs A Back-To-Work Czar

1 hour ago   |   Forbes

America's secret strategy in World War Two was keeping its civilian economy humming, while we geared up wartime production to new heights. Today we need a plan to get us all...
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Dow surges 1,627 points on growing signs the coronavirus death rate is slowing around the world

Dow surges 1,627 points on growing signs the coronavirus death rate is slowing around the world

1 hour ago   |   Business Insider

All three major US indexes skyrocketed on Monday after countries reported declines in new coronavirus deaths over the weekend, offering investors new hope for near-term...
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Lady Gaga has raised $35 million in 7 days for the WHO's global coronavirus response fund, and is spearheading a 'virtual festival'

Lady Gaga has raised $35 million in 7 days for the WHO's global coronavirus response fund, and is spearheading a 'virtual festival'

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Lady Gaga has raised $35 million in seven days from corporations and philanthropists for the World Health Organization's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. She is also...
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Apple just celebrated its 24th birthday. Here's how it came to rule the world, from its early struggles to beat Microsoft to the launch of the iPhone

Apple just celebrated its 24th birthday. Here's how it came to rule the world, from its early struggles to beat Microsoft to the launch of the iPhone

3 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Apple celebrated its 24th birthday on April 1. The tech giant, which today is worth about $1 trillion, almost didn't make it this far - it struggled in the '90s until Steve...
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More Resorts World workers test positive for coronavirus

3 hours ago   |   Review Journal   |   4 articles

Two more workers at the Resorts World Las Vegas project have tested positive for COVID-19, the developer confirmed Monday.
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'Truly sorry': Liverpool shamed into REVERSING staff pay decision during coronavirus crisis

'Truly sorry': Liverpool shamed into REVERSING staff pay decision during coronavirus crisis

3 hours ago   |   RT

Liverpool have reversed their decision to place some non-playing staff on furlough leave during the Covid-19 crisis, saying they are "truly sorry" after widespread anger that...
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Why Trump Is So Worried About Low Oil Prices-And Why He Should Be

3 hours ago   |   Time

For years, President Trump has touted low oil prices as a win for American consumers and used his position to try to keep them that way. “Good for the consumer, gasoline prices...
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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 ...

'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 ...

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 ...

Airbnb raises $1 billion from investors as the company takes a big hit from...

Airbnb raises $1 billion from investors as the company takes a big hit from the coronavirus crisis

Airbnb has raised $1 billion in debt and equity from Silver Lake and Sixth Street Partners, the company announced Monday. Airbnb did not disclose the terms of the deal, but a... 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 ...

Boeing will keep its Seattle-area factories closed indefinitely because of...

Boeing will keep its Seattle-area factories closed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic

Boeing will keep its Washington state factories and plants closed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic . The company previously said the facilities would close for... 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 ...