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“We’re getting about 60% of what we were told we would get,” said Brian Greene, CEO of the Houston Food Bank, in an email. “Some of it was vendors couldn’t…

As much as $273 million in federal coronavirus aid was awarded to more than 100 companies that are owned or operated by major donors to President Donald Trump’s election efforts.

Pompeo suggested that TikTok was sharing information with the Chinese government. US lawmakers have raised national security concerns over TikTok’s handling of user data.

Cox staved off a comeback attempt by former US Ambassador Jon Huntsman, Jr. The primary win gives Cox a heavy advantage in Utah's general election in November.


The company’s latest foray into the delivery space is in partnership with Cornershop, a Chilean online grocery provider in which Uber has held a majority stake since October.

The award announced by the Department of Health and Human Services is the biggest yet from "Operation Warp Speed" to cover testing and manufacturing of a potential vaccine for the…

The world’s top memory-chip and smartphone maker said operating profit was likely 8.1 trillion won ($6.8 billion) in the quarter that ended in June, far above the 6.4 trillion won…

The EU lowered its forecasts for economic growth this year and predicted a slower rebound in 2021, highlighting how the recovery from the global recession and the lockdowns on business…

Coronavirus — COVID-19

“We’re five months into this and there are still shortages of gowns, hair covers, shoe covers, masks, N95 masks. They’re being doled out, and we’re still being told to reuse…

Florida, which recorded an all-time daily high of 11,400 new cases this weekend and has seen its positive test rate lately reach more than 18%, has been hit especially hard,…

Case numbers are rising in 39 states, while 16 states have posted new record daily counts this month. Florida confirmed a record high 11,000 in a single day.

As the pandemic explodes in diverse states like Arizona and Florida, people in communities of color who have been exposed to the virus are struggling to get tested.

Contributor Commentary

Markets will adjust as they always do in an election year. I would expect sector volatility to increase with special attention to healthcare, energy and even big cap technology.

The June jobs added number was a big surprise, but initial jobless claims also continue to rise. There's a disconnect in these numbers.

Your portfolio should have gold exposure in times of uncertainty

I've learned that many people, perhaps to their surprise, prefer working remotely and may opt to continue to do so long after the virus is a daily disruptor.



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