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Credit Suisse says the US economy will shrink 33.5% next quarter, the biggest drop in history

Credit Suisse says the US economy will shrink 33.5% next quarter, the biggest drop in history

4 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

Credit Suisse expects that US gross domestic product will fall 33.5% in the second quarter amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Monday note. The US economy is on track...
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A potential coronavirus vaccine funded by Bill Gates is set to begin testing in people, with the first patient expected to get it today

A potential coronavirus vaccine funded by Bill Gates is set to begin testing in people, with the first patient expected to get it today

4 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

Healthy volunteers in Philadelphia and Kansas City, Missouri, will begin to test an experimental coronavirus vaccine starting this week. The small Pennsylvania-based biotech...
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Countering Layoffs, Lessons From The First Week Of The CARES Act: The Coronavirus Workplace Series

4 minutes ago   |   Forbes

The opening week of the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program is already yielding lessons regarding stemming layoffs and business closures. Here are five of the main lessons.
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Business of Pittsburgh: A closer look at the health care industry

Business of Pittsburgh: A closer look at the health care industry

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Executive order forcing more non-essential businesses in SC to close takes effect tonight

Executive order forcing more non-essential businesses in SC to close takes effect tonight

12 minutes ago   |   WYFF

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster's executive order requiring the shutdown of more businesses labeled "non-essential" will take effect at the close of business Monday.
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Liquor stores in Austin, Tri-Taylor, North Lawndale on West Side to close early amid 'shelter-in-place' order

12 minutes ago   |   ABC

Liquor stores in some of Chicago's West Side neighborhoods will close at 6:00 p.m. each day to help increase social distancing.
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IBM taps former Bank of America CTO to oversee cloud business

14 minutes ago   |   Reuters

International Business Machines Corp on Monday named former Bank of America Corp top technology executive Howard Boville head of its cloud business, as Arvind Krishna takes...
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Survey Finds About 1 In 5 Feel Comfortable With Non-Essential Travelling In 2021

14 minutes ago   |   CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - The travel industry is being hit hard by the COVID-19 outbreak. A new survey shows when people would want to travel again. The survey from Upgraded Points found...
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Everything to know about Quibi, the buzzy video startup that just launched after raising $1.75 billion

Everything to know about Quibi, the buzzy video startup that just launched after raising $1.75 billion

20 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

Quibi, a buzzy mobile-video startup that raised $1.75 billion ahead of launch , debuted on Monday its subscription service that aims to revolutionize TV for smartphones. The...
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Foods like peanut butter, cheese, and eggs might have a 'WIC' label in your grocery store. Here's what it means and why you should avoid buying those items if you can

Foods like peanut butter, cheese, and eggs might have a 'WIC' label in your grocery store. Here's what it means and why you should avoid buying those items if you can

20 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

While businesses like movie theatres and restaurants have suffered because of the coronavirus outbreak, there has been a significant boost in foot traffic at grocery stores...
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National coronavirus updates: A difficult week ahead as US death toll nears...

National coronavirus updates: A difficult week ahead as US death toll nears 10,000

The U.S. surgeon general said it will be the "hardest and the saddest" week many Americans have ever faced. Read more ...

Bronx Zoo says tiger did not get human coronavirus test

Bronx Zoo says tiger did not get human coronavirus test

The coronavirus test administered to the Bronx Zoo tiger that tested positive for the illness is different from ones given to humans, according to the zoo's chief veterinarian... Read more ...

Dr. Anthony Fauci tests negative for the coronavirus

Dr. Anthony Fauci tests negative for the coronavirus

The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is also a member of the White House coronavirus task force, has tested negative for the illness, he said... 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 ...

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hospitalized with coronavirus

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hospitalized with coronavirus

Johnson's office says he is being admitted for tests because he still has symptoms 10 days after testing positive for the virus. 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 ...

There are 669 COVID-19 cases in NH as of Sunday night

There are 669 COVID-19 cases in NH as of Sunday night

Another four dozen coronavirus cases were announced Sunday in New Hampshire. Read more ...

11,510 cases of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania

11,510 cases of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania

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Here's what we know about the bizarre coronavirus conspiracy theory that led...

Here's what we know about the bizarre coronavirus conspiracy theory that led to people setting fire to 5G masts

A bizarre new conspiracy theory links new 5G technology, which will increase mobile connectivity speeds, with the coronavirus outbreak. Believers have reportedly set phone... Read more ...

Japan's Abe Says He Will Declare State Of Emergency As Coronavirus Cases Surge

Japan's Abe Says He Will Declare State Of Emergency As Coronavirus Cases Surge

The prime minister confirmed Monday that he would issue the declaration that allows governors of hard-hit prefectures to issue stay-at-home directives. (Image credit... Read more ...