- Trump says he's no longer taking hydroxychloroquineon 25 Maggio 2020 at 20:26
"Finished, just finished," the president said of the unproven treatment he'd said he was taking to protect himself from the coronavirus. "And by the way, I'm still here."
- Trump threatens to move GOP convention over coronavirus restrictions in North Carolinaon 25 Maggio 2020 at 18:33
President Donald Trump on Monday said that he "will be reluctantly forced" to move the Republican National Convention if North Carolina doesn't ease up on social distancing restrictions to allow full attendance.
- Amazon investors want the company to address worker safety at its shareholder meetingon 25 Maggio 2020 at 15:15
Tensions have been growing between Amazon and warehouse workers nationwide, as the numbers of confirmed cases and deaths at its facilities have climbed.
- Why the coronavirus might change dating foreveron 25 Maggio 2020 at 13:15
Dating is hard enough in the best of times. Throw in nationwide social distancing mandates, and a highly contagious virus for which there's no cure or vaccine, and you would expect the search for love to be the last thing on everyone's mind. But dating is thriving as singles turn to dating apps in record numbers.
- Liberty Media's John Malone still believes in the future of live events despite coronaviruson 25 Maggio 2020 at 13:14
Liberty Media Corporation Chairman John Malone spoke about the future of live events during Liberty Media's annual meeting of stockholders Thursday.
- Republican groups sue California over expanded mail-in votingon 25 Maggio 2020 at 04:21
A GOP official called the state's effort "radical" and a "recipe for disaster that would create more opportunities for fraud," NBC News reports.
- This new-age industry is in the 'valley of despair,' but it may have a new catalyst: Ark Invest CEOon 24 Maggio 2020 at 22:28
3D printing stocks have fallen up to 90% from their highs, but the group might be saved by other struggling industries looking to lower costs, says Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood.
- Ohio's Republican governor calls for public to wear masks: 'This is not about whether you're left or right'on 24 Maggio 2020 at 19:47
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine addressed the controversial debate on wearing masks on Sunday by joining North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum in dismissing the politicization of wearing face coverings to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
- China will likely face U.S. sanctions over Hong Kong national security law, White House sayson 24 Maggio 2020 at 19:43
The U.S. government could impose sanctions against China, National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien said on Sunday in response to China's announcement of new national security law in Hong Kong that would curtail the city's autonomy and democracy.
- Niche online brands are surging as stay-at-home orders lead to spike in e-commerce saleson 24 Maggio 2020 at 18:18
Winemakers, eyewear companies and other specialty retailers that were built on the internet are seeing big increases in customer growth.
- Consumers lose $3 billion a year in unspent gift cardson 24 Maggio 2020 at 15:00
Gift cards provide retail companies with capital as they wait for them to be redeemed. In 2019, Amazon had $3.3 billion worth of unredeemed gift cards on the books.
- Summer camp: If it's not outside, what is it worth?on 24 Maggio 2020 at 14:45
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, summer offerings vary from traditional in-person day camps to online workshops and classes. In each case, the price varies.
- Flying during the pandemic? Here's what you need to knowon 24 Maggio 2020 at 13:00
Air travel is way down from last year but starting to pick up as the summer travel season rolls around. Flying in a pandemic brings a new set of challenges.
- How unemployment insurance abroad compares to the U.S. systemon 24 Maggio 2020 at 12:00
Here's how countries hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic handle unemployment insurance compared with the patchwork system in the United States.
- Mark Zuckerberg led Facebook to an all-time high this week — here's who runs the company with himon 23 Maggio 2020 at 21:01
Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has reshuffled his deck of lieutenants while remaining one of the few constants at the helm of the company. Here are the key execs who helped him guide the company's stock to an all-time high.