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25 Oct 2020

5 Reasons Not to Worry About Another Stock Market Crash

Short-term speculators have every reason to fear another stock market crash, but true investors should embrace it.

Source: Motley Fool

25 Oct 2020

Here's the Average Social Security Benefit in 2021

Social Security beneficiaries can expect their monthly payouts to increase in January.

Source: Motley Fool

25 Oct 2020

Americans fear rising cost of working from home as pandemic continues

Though many have touted the benefits of working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, some say it's simply become unaffordable.

Source: NBC News

25 Oct 2020

Lee Kun-hee, who made South Korea's Samsung a global powerhouse, dies at 78

Lee Kun-hee, who built Samsung Electronics <005930.KS> into a global powerhouse in smartphones, semiconductors and televisions, died on Sunday after spending more than six years in hospital following a heart attack, the company said.

Source: Reuters

25 Oct 2020

Lee Kun-hee, who made South Korea's Samsung a global powerhouse, dies at 78

Lee Kun-hee, who built Samsung Electronics into a global powerhouse in smartphones, semiconductors and televisions, died on Sunday after spending more than six years in hospital following a heart attack, the company said.

Source: Reuters

25 Oct 2020

Virus is pummeling Europe's eateries — and winter is coming

HEIKRUIS, Belgium (AP) — As the Friday night dinner service began earlier this month at the De Viering restaurant outside Brussels, it seemed the owners' decision to move the operation into the...

Source: Associated Press

25 Oct 2020

Apple, Google and a Deal That Controls the Internet

In a landmark antitrust complaint, the Justice Department is targeting a secretive partnership that is worth billions of dollars to both companies.

Source: New York Times

25 Oct 2020

Saudi Chemicals Maker Sabic Posts Profit as Demand Revives

Source: Bloomberg

25 Oct 2020

Delta puts 460 passengers on ‘no-fly list’ for refusing to wear masks

Delta Airlines is grounding hundreds of its fliers — because they refused to wear masks. The airline told employees on Thursday that it has added 460 passengers who refused to mask-up to a &#…

Source: New York Post

25 Oct 2020

Builder of global tech giant Samsung, Lee Kun-hee, dies at 78

No cause of death was given, but he has been hospitalized since a 2014 heart attack.

Source: The Washington Post

25 Oct 2020

Jack Ma rails against global financial regulations ahead $30bn Ant IPO

Basel rules were designed in era that is less relevant to China’s future, Alibaba founder says

Source: Financial Times

25 Oct 2020

Tesla Insurance Could Be 30–40% Of The Value Of Tesla’s Car Business

In Tesla's Q3 earnings call the other day, Elon Musk touched upon some of the most valuable business units within Tesla. One of those was Tesla Insurance. He said, "Obviously, insurance is substantial. So insurance could very well be, I don't know, 30%, 40% o…

Source: CleanTechnica

25 Oct 2020

Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee dies at 78

Samsung Electronics Lee Kun-hee chairman has died, the company has announced in a statement. He was 78.

Source: The Verge

25 Oct 2020

Amazon (AMZN) To Open 700,000 Sq. Ft Fulfillment Center In Waco, Texas

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) will be opening up its first fulfillment center in Waco, Texas -- which is anticipated to launch in 2021. These are the details.

Source: Pulse 2.0

25 Oct 2020

Video shows Maumee bar with employees not wearing masks, no social distancing during Ohio State game

The owner of Dale's Bar and Grill in Maumee confirmed the video was taken on Saturday but also says his employees do not have to wear masks for certain reasons.

Source: WTOL

25 Oct 2020

The Hummer is making a comeback — and this time, it's all-electric

The Hummer is back. But it's a much different truck than it used to be.

Source: KSL.com

25 Oct 2020

Lawsuit alleges Uber coerced drivers into supporting California Prop. 22

A new lawsuit accuses Uber of induating drivers with messagaes about supporting the classifcation of drivers as independent contractors.

Source: Fox Business

25 Oct 2020

President Trump coming to the Lehigh Valley for campaign rally speech

The president's campaign on Saturday night announced he will be delivering remarks at a Hanover Township, Lehigh County business.

Source: lehighvalleylive.com

25 Oct 2020

AT&T cuts more than 8,700 workers in third quarter amid COVID-19

Source: Triangle Business Journal

25 Oct 2020

Lee Kun-hee of Samsung Dies at 78; Built an Electronics Titan

Mr. Lee was convicted — and pardoned — twice for white-collar crimes, in a sign of the ills in South Korea’s relationship with its business dynasties.

Source: New York Times

25 Oct 2020

Heavy police presence on grounds at Walden Galleria

Police vehicles lined a portion of the building's perimeter where many of the large chain restaurants are located.

Source: WGRZ.com

25 Oct 2020

Illinois Coronavirus Updates: State Sets New Cases Record, More Regions Could See Mitigations

The state of Illinois hit another grim milestone Saturday, as the state set a new record for single-day coronavirus cases. According to the Illinois Department…

Source: NBC Chicago

25 Oct 2020

Gold ‘breaking down’ against Bitcoin is highly bullish for BTC — Analyst

Real Vision CEO, Raoul Pal, says gold is breaking down against BTC, and this is a strong bullish signal.

Source: Cointelegraph

25 Oct 2020

'Oracle' Vinny Lingham Expects High Bitcoin Volatility, BTC Price Likely to Hold $12K Handle for 30 Days | Featured

The 'Oracle' Vinny Lingham noted this month that he’s “bullish on bitcoin” and hasn’t felt this way since 2016.

Source: Bitcoin.com

25 Oct 2020

Miss the movies? Renting a theater is cheaper than you think. Here's what to know

Here are the prices, films, participating theater, face mask policies and what to know.

Source: CNET

25 Oct 2020

Moderna's chief medical officer explains why their vaccine is better

Moderna was the first company to enter clinical trials. It is expected to reveal the results of its recent comprehensive trial in the upcoming month.

Source: The Jerusalem Post

25 Oct 2020

Best life insurance companies for 2020

Everything you need to know about the best type of policies and the insurance companies that sell them.

Source: CNET

24 Oct 2020

Sources: President Trump to visit Lehigh Valley Monday

Trump will reportedly speak at HoverTech International in Hanover Township

Source: WFMZ Allentown

24 Oct 2020

Metro East will soon have COVID-19 restrictions again

The positivity rate is over 8% in Region 4, which includes the Metro East area

Source: KSDK.com

24 Oct 2020

80,000 furloughed as bus industry grinds to a halt

Clarence Cox took over a 35-year-old motorcoach business from his father and uncle and had hopes of one day giving it to his daughters. But with a $5 million fleet parked for months during a pandemic, and no federal aid, his goal now is just to make it to the…

Source: CNN

24 Oct 2020

Human Capital: Court ruling could mean trouble for Uber and Lyft as gig workers may finally become employees

Welcome back to Human Capital! As many of you know, Human Capital is a weekly newsletter where I break down the latest in labor, as well as diversity and inclusion in tech. It’s officially available as a newsletter, so if you want this content when it comes i…

Source: TechCrunch

24 Oct 2020

Austin Public Health prepares for a future COVID-19 vaccine while Gov. Greg Abbott deploys resources to El Paso

Since Oct. 10, 40 support personnel from St. David’s HealthCare in central Texas, including nurses, have been sent to El Paso to help in the fight against COVID-19.

Source: KXAN.com

24 Oct 2020

State tells SW IL officials COVID-19 restrictions will likely be reintroduced Wednesday - Belleville News

Source: Google News

24 Oct 2020

Fuggedaboutit! New Jersey is the most-hated state in America

The polls are in and it turns out, New Yorkers were right all along: New Jersey is the most-hated state in America, according to calculations by BestLife magazine.

Source: New York Post

24 Oct 2020

Here's Where Illinois' Healthcare Regions Stand in Key Coronavirus Metrics

There are currently four healthcare regions in the state of Illinois that are contending with additional coronavirus mitigation restrictions as a result of…

Source: NBC Chicago

24 Oct 2020

American Airlines plans customer tours of Boeing 737 Max and pilot calls to boost confidence in jets

American Airlines is planning to give customers a chance to view the Boeing 737 Max before it flies commercially

Source: CNBC

24 Oct 2020

J&J, AstraZeneca resume trials of COVID-19 vaccines

Source: Google News

24 Oct 2020

Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta Testers Share Their Thoughts With Me

Several of Tesla's Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta testers, who have permission from Tesla to share their experiences with FSD online, shared their thoughts with me on testing Tesla's newest technological advancement

Source: CleanTechnica

24 Oct 2020

Oregon COVID-19 cases on Saturday come down from daily record, but not by much as pandemic rages on

The official coronavirus death toll in the state is 655, with the total case count topping 41,000.

Source: OregonLive

24 Oct 2020

The rumors are true: Tony Roma's Waikiki closing

Source: KITV Honolulu

24 Oct 2020

Powerball Numbers For 10/24/20, Saturday Jackpot was $102 Million

The Powerball jackpot for 10/24/20 was $102 million, with a cash option worth $80.7 million.

Source: Newsweek

24 Oct 2020

Walmart extending shopping hours

In a tweet, the retail giant says beginning Nov. 14, Walmart stores and Neighborhood Markets will be open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Source: WSAZ-TV

24 Oct 2020

Facebook Could Soon Be the Latest Big Tech Company Hit With Antitrust Charges

State and federal investigators are planning to slap Facebook with antitrust charges as soon as November, four people familiar with the matter told the Washington Post. Such a lawsuit would mark the government’s latest crackdown on the biggest names in the te…

Source: Gizmodo.com

24 Oct 2020

Tesla is collecting insane amount of data from its Full Self-Driving test fleet

Tesla is already collecting large amounts of data from the vehicles owners in its Full Self-Driving beta test fleet. It is already releasing a new update improving on the release earlier this week. Connectivity has been a flagship feature of Tesla’s offering …

Source: Electrek

24 Oct 2020

SpaceX launches 60 more Starlink internet satellites from Cape Canaveral

With Saturday's launch, SpaceX has put 895 Starlinks into orbit, 180 of them — more satellites than any other company owns -- in less than three weeks.

Source: CBS News

24 Oct 2020

Analysis: Texas is one of the ‘most hated’ states in the nation

Out of the top 10 ‘most hated’ states in the U.S., Texas is coming in as the second ‘most-hated,' according to an analysis by lifestyle website Best Life.

Source: KSAT San Antonio

24 Oct 2020

Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Sees Massive Upside in Bitcoin, Like Investing in Apple or Google Early | News

American billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones has recently become more bullish on bitcoin. He declared the cryptocurrency the best hedge against inflation and compares investing in bitcoin now to investing in early tech stocks, like Apple and Googl…

Source: Bitcoin.com

24 Oct 2020

Gold smuggler's gait gives him away as Paypal launches price action moon mission: Bad crypto news of the week

Check out the highlights of the last week in cryptoland with the Bad Crypto podcast

Source: Cointelegraph

24 Oct 2020

Breakthrough 3D Solar Panel Design Increases Light Absorption By 125% – A Potential Game-Changer

The University of York has increased the ability of solar panels to absorb light by a stunning 125 percent using a checkerboard design.

Source: Good News Network

24 Oct 2020

During Covid-19, the Girl Scouts’ Cookies Didn’t Crumble

The new interim CEO talks about arresting the decline in membership, increasing diversity, and cookie sales

Source: The Wall Street Journal

24 Oct 2020

Home tests could help in the fight against the coronavirus. So where are they?

Companies racing to bring the tests to the wider U.S. market must make them more accurate and easier to use before they can meet federal guidelines that would allow sales directly to consumers.

Source: The Washington Post

24 Oct 2020

Michigan man who accidentally bought extra lottery ticket wins two $1M prizes

A Michigan man is $2 million richer after he accidentally purchased two Mega Millions lottery tickets.

Source: NBC News

24 Oct 2020

Wauseon, Grand Rapids bars cited for violating coronavirus health orders

The cases will go before the Ohio Liquor Control Commission and the bars may lose their liquor permits.

Source: WTOL

24 Oct 2020

Dow Jones Futures: Stock Market Rally Faces Pivotal Week; Microsoft, Tesla Near Buy Points

Dow Jones futures: The stock market rally could go either way, along with leaders like Microsoft and Tesla. It's peak earnings week as Election Day looms.

Source: Investor's Business Daily

24 Oct 2020

Intel's Data Center Business Disappoints in Q3

The chip giant is experiencing weakness in the data center while rivals make inroads.

Source: Motley Fool

24 Oct 2020

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket ties turnaround record, nears 1000 Starlink satellites launched

SpaceX has successfully completed its 14th Starlink v1.0 launch less than a year after operational flights began and simultaneously tied its own world record for orbital-class rocket turnaround. On the heels of an unusual 48-hour delay SpaceX says it used to …

Source: Teslarati

24 Oct 2020

Updates: SpaceX launches 60 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral

Follow live as SpaceX targets 11:31 a.m. ET for the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket and 60 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral in Florida.

Source: Florida Today

24 Oct 2020

Tesla Has The Best Battery Out of 7 Competing Electric Vehicle Batteries

Source: Google News

24 Oct 2020

Two Major Coronavirus Vaccine Trials Have Restarted After Being Paused For Safety Investigations

Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca will resume their coronavirus vaccine trials in the US after pauses to investigate unexplained illnesses in trial participants.

Source: BuzzFeed News

24 Oct 2020

Ready for another Big Tech hearing/earnings doubleheader?

Earnings Watch: Google, Facebook and Twitter CEOs to take swings from senators just 24 hours before they pitch their results to Wall Street

Source: MarketWatch

24 Oct 2020

Delta Air Lines Passenger Ban List Over Masks Crosses 400

Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines now has more than 400 people on its no-fly list for refusing to wear…

Source: Simple Flying

24 Oct 2020

SpaceX launches 60 more satellites during 15th Starlink mission

SpaceX has launched another batch of 60 Starlink satellites, the primary ingredient for its forthcoming global broadband internet service. The launch took place at 11:31 AM EDT, with a liftoff from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. This is the fift…

Source: TechCrunch

24 Oct 2020

A Lack Of Vision Is Driving AMC To Bankruptcy. What’s Next?

As AMC inches closer to bankruptcy, it is clear that a lack of vision, not COVID-19, will be responsible for its fall. Chapter 11 may help it recover, but it's the entertainment giants and consumers who could ultimately win BIG.

Source: Forbes

24 Oct 2020

3 Reasons You Shouldn't Invest Like Warren Buffett

You've got challenges, goals, and financial situations the Oracle of Omaha doesn't.

Source: Motley Fool

24 Oct 2020

How much switching to an electric vehicle could really save you

Buying an EV can be daunting, but a new report shows how worthwhile the investment can be.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

24 Oct 2020

Bitcoin's Rivalry With Gold Plus Millennial Interest Gives It 'Considerable' Upside Potential: JPMorgan - CoinDesk

A Friday note outlines institutional, corporate, and Millennial interest in the leading cryptocurrency.

Source: CoinDesk

24 Oct 2020

GMC Hummer EV Survives JerryRigEverything’s Deep Tech Dive

The GMC Hummer EV apparently has a number of well-thought out features.

Source: CarScoops

24 Oct 2020

American Airlines Earnings: More Bad News

The largest airline in the world is still burning a lot of cash and has way too much debt to manage.

Source: Motley Fool

24 Oct 2020

3 Utah brewers win at country's biggest beer competition; and 2 restaurants with style

The largest commercial beer competition in the country was held last week and three Salt Lake City breweries came home with medals.

Source: Salt Lake Tribune

24 Oct 2020

Remdesivir approved by FDA to treat Covid-19, but the evidence is mixed

Scientists are concerned the FDA’s first full approval of a Covid-19 drug doesn’t have enough research behind it.

Source: Vox

24 Oct 2020

Is your local McDonald's ice cream machine broken? A new map has the answer (finally).

The world is one step closer to solving one of fast food's stickiest mysteries: Is the McDonald's ice cream machine broken or not?

Source: CNN

24 Oct 2020

ExpressJet Airlines ceases operations; regional airline history - Business Insider

Thousands of jobs were lost on October 1 across the aviation industry but that day also saw the disappearance of an entire airline.

Source: Business Insider

24 Oct 2020

Exclusive: Ant may raise up to $17 billion in Shanghai IPO leg as investors submit bids, say sources

China's Ant Group could raise up to $17.3 billion in the Shanghai leg of the likely $35 billion dual listing, the world's largest ever, after some large investors submitted bids in the range of 68-69 yuan per share, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Source: Reuters

24 Oct 2020

Coca-Cola European Partners in talks to buy Coca-Cola Amatil: Bloomberg

Coca-Cola European Partners is in advanced talks to acquire Australia's Coca-Cola Amatil, Bloomberg News reported on Saturday.

Source: Reuters

24 Oct 2020

First-time buyers fuel pandemic-related surge in gun sales

It's been an unprecedented year for the firearms industry, which has seen a steady, pandemic-related surge in sales since Covid-19-related lockdowns began in March.

Source: CNN

24 Oct 2020

Bitcoin is a Million Times Better Than Gold: MicroStrategy CEO

Michael Saylor, whose tech company recently bought $425 million in Bitcoin, has again raved about the upsides of investing in Bitcoin.

Source: Decrypt

24 Oct 2020

With colleges in crisis, is a 529 plan still your best savings bet?

Amid the coronavirus crisis, some families are questioning the value of a dedicated college savings account or even its necessity.

Source: CNBC

24 Oct 2020

Watch Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta in a full 30-minute realistic trip

Today, we take a look at Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta trying to handle a full 30-minute trip in a realistic environment. Earlier this week, Tesla started to release its first Full Self-Driving Beta software update to a limited group of owners to test the feat…

Source: Electrek

24 Oct 2020

Waunakee man arrested on suspicion of 3rd OWI - Channel3000.com - WISC

MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin State Patrol DeForest Post arrested 45-year-old Todd James Swenson on Friday night on suspicion of his third offense of operating a motor vehicle under the influence, with one child in the vehicle under the age of 16. A Wisconsin…

Source: Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3

24 Oct 2020

US judge stands firm in decision to block ban on WeChat

The judge who blocked the Commerce Department’s order to remove WeChat from US app stores was unmoved by the new evidence the government presented.

Source: Engadget

24 Oct 2020

China Reconsiders Its Global Strategy for the Yuan

Source: Bloomberg

24 Oct 2020

China Reconsiders Its Global Strategy for the Yuan

Source: Bloomberg

24 Oct 2020

Google's long-time rivals say DOJ antitrust suit shows it's lost its 'halo' in the eyes of regulators

Three Google opponents called the lawsuit a good first step, though they hope state AGs will expand the case.

Source: CNBC

24 Oct 2020

TEN 313 - Tesla Q3 Figures, ID3 Crash Test, Hummer EV: Real or CGI?

Source: Google News

24 Oct 2020

Covid-19 Live Updates: Harrowing New Surge Rages Across America's Heartland

The U.S. set a single-day record of 82,154 new cases on Friday, less than two weeks before Election Day. Two vaccine trials resumed after pausing for safety concerns.

Source: New York Times

24 Oct 2020

Drivers Sue Uber Over Pressure to Back California Gig Economy Initiative

Uber drivers are reportedly suing the ride-sharing firm for allegedly pressuring them to support Prop 22, a ballot initiative to make gig workers independent contractors instead of employees as mandated by a recent state law.

Source: Breitbart News

24 Oct 2020

Check Your Spices to See If They're Part of a Recall Over Salmonella Concerns

It's a good excuse to clean out that cabinet anyway.

Source: Lifehacker.com

24 Oct 2020

Stocks will see a big surge in the 1st quarter of 2021 after stimulus passes, forecasts billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones | Markets

Stocks will see a big surge in the 1st quarter of 2021 after stimulus passes, forecasts billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones

Source: Business Insider

24 Oct 2020

Coke is canceling 200 drink brands

Coca-Cola is saying goodbye to 200 brands, or half of its portfolio.

Source: Billings Gazette

24 Oct 2020

Santa Claus won't be coming to Macy's this holiday season

The department store’s 159-year-old tradition of Santa meet-and-greets has been canceled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

24 Oct 2020

China Drafts Law to Legalize Digital Yuan, Outlawing Competitors

China's central bank, the People's Bank of China (PBOC), has drafted a law to legalize the digital yuan and outlaw digital currencies issued by anyone else competing with it. Meanwhile, the central bank has been cracking down on gambling sites that use the st…

Source: Bitcoin.com

24 Oct 2020

2 Surefire Coronavirus Stocks to Buy Right Now

As we (hopefully) approach the finish line in the COVID-19 vaccine race, it's a wonderful time to buy shares of Novavax and Sanofi.

Source: Motley Fool

24 Oct 2020

These 10 Billionaires Have Gained The Most Money Since Trump’s 2016 Election

America’s first billionaire president has been great for the nation’s billionaires, especially these top 10 gainers.

Source: Forbes

24 Oct 2020

Stock-market investors brace for busiest week of earnings in October's final hurrah

Apple, Facebook, Google parent Alphabet Inc. in spotlight, as more than 1/3 of S&P 500 members will report earnings in October’s final week

Source: MarketWatch

24 Oct 2020

Quibi Is Hollywood’s Biggest Short-Form Failure—but Not Its First

Streaming platform pitched high-production shows in format dominated by user-generated content

Source: The Wall Street Journal

24 Oct 2020

3 Important Social Security Changes That Joe Biden Wants to Make

The Democratic presidential candidate has big plans for Social Security. Here are a few key points all voters should know about.

Source: Motley Fool

24 Oct 2020

Travel-Starved Diners Eat In Parked Jets Turned Into Restaurants

Hundreds of travel-starved diners ate lunch and watched seat-back films aboard two parked Singapore Airlines jets turned into pop-up restaurants on Saturday.

Source: NDTV News

24 Oct 2020

CEO emails 10 million customers to tell them to vote for Biden

CEO David Barrett is receiving both kudos and criticism for the email, with some calling it "political propaganda."

Source: CBS News

24 Oct 2020

Apollo Investor Revolt Swells Over Black’s Epstein Ties

It keeps getting worse for Leon Black.

Source: Bloomberg

24 Oct 2020

Huawei patents a clamshell foldable smartphone design with a larger cover display

Lately, we have been covering a number of patent stories related to foldable smartphones. Because companies have been filing so many as these devices are expected to be the future of smartphones. That said, Huawei has now patented another clamshell foldable p…

Source: gizmochina

24 Oct 2020

Why Is Everyone Talking About Moderna Stock?

This coronavirus vaccine developer has made many investors rich in the past year. But can it keep up the momentum?

Source: Motley Fool

24 Oct 2020

Ant Group IPO pricing ‘history’s largest’, says Alibaba’s Jack Ma

Sources have said the listing could be worth $35 billion,surpassing the record set by Saudi Aramco’s $29.4 billion float last December

Source: Hindustan Times

24 Oct 2020

Better Coronavirus Stock: Moderna or Novavax?

These clinical stage biotech players have won billions in funding -- and the attention of investors.

Source: Motley Fool

24 Oct 2020

Bitcoin whale clusters pinpoint 3 key levels for BTC price rally to continue

There are three key whale clusters in the near term that might act as support and resistance areas for Bitcoin price

Source: Cointelegraph

24 Oct 2020

Mega Millions Results, Numbers for 10/23/20: Did Anyone Win the $97 Million?

The grand prize for the draw stood at $97 million, with a cash option of $74 million.

Source: Newsweek

24 Oct 2020

Comic: Traders Brace For Flood Of Market-Moving Events In The Week Ahead

Comic: Traders Brace For Flood Of Market-Moving Events In The Week Ahead

Source: Investing.com

24 Oct 2020

Rodents blamed for massive Paris Las Vegas power outage, safety questions remain

Source: Google News

24 Oct 2020

McBroken Site Tells You Which McDonald's Ice Cream Machines Are Working

Aiming to curb that all too familiar disappointment.

Source: HYPEBEAST

24 Oct 2020

US tentatively approves Delta, WestJet alliance

The Delta-WestJet joint venture would have a combined 27% share of scheduled air carrier transborder capacity

Source: Fox Business

24 Oct 2020

Paris hotel power outage caused by rodents, NV Energy confirms

UPDATE: NV Energy has confirmed that rodents caused the power outage at the Paris hotel on the Las Vegas Strip on Thursday night.

Source: FOX5 Las Vegas

24 Oct 2020

AstraZeneca, J&J resuming US tests of COVID-19 vaccines

Two drugmakers announced Friday the resumption of U.S. testing of their COVID-19 vaccine candidates. Testing of AstraZeneca’s vaccine candidate had been halted since early September, while...

Source: Associated Press

24 Oct 2020

Bay Area doctor says Costco's home COVID-19 test works

COSTCO COVID-19 TESTS: You can now buy a home testing kit from Costco, but how accurate are they? Dr. Patel says they can be trusted.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

24 Oct 2020

One response to “Boomers Know Biden”

The capers of Joe “Big Guy” Biden and his globally connected son Hunter are much in the news, a big win for transparency. On the other hand, this story is diverting attention from an issue for voters…

Source: American Greatness

24 Oct 2020

Ant Group IPO pricing 'history's largest,' says Alibaba's Jack Ma

Backed by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, Ant plans to list simultaneously in Hong Kong and on Shanghai's STAR Market in the coming weeks.

Source: CNBC

24 Oct 2020

Over 22000 people experiencing power outages throughout the Inland Northwest

Power outages have been reported across the greater Spokane area as snow continues to blanket the city.

Source: KXLY Spokane

24 Oct 2020

You Won't Be Able to Shop at This Store at the Mall Again

The past eight months of the COVID pandemic have brought new hardships and challenges at every turn. In addition to the lives the virus has claimed, it's...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

24 Oct 2020

Mega Millions lottery: Did you win Friday’s $97M Mega Millions drawing? Results, winning numbers (10/23/2020)

The winning Mega Millions lottery numbers were drawn Friday, Oct 23, 2020, at 11 p.m. The Mega Millions jackpot drawing for (10/23/2020) was worth an estimated $97 million for a single winner.

Source: nj.com

24 Oct 2020

Dallas-based Studio Movie Grill files bankruptcy, citing ‘unparalleled impact from COVID-19’

Dallas-based Studio Movie Grill Holdings, the theater chain where film-goers can order Sriracha chicken sliders and a Cruzan mango mojito right in the...

Source: The Dallas Morning News

24 Oct 2020

Costco Selling COVID Tests — And You Don't Have to Buy in Bulk

Big-box wholesaler Costco startled some consumers Friday with an email that included a coronavirus test as a featured item.

Source: NBC 7 San Diego

24 Oct 2020

Delta flight from Detroit Metro delayed by passenger without mask

The Las Vegas-bound flight left 90 minutes late after the maskless passenger was removed from the plane

Source: The Detroit News

24 Oct 2020

Does Costco's home COVID-19 test work? California doctor weighs in

Source: Google News

24 Oct 2020

Exclusive–‘Over My Dead Body’: Bill Cassidy Torches Joe Biden’s Plan to Shut Down Oil, Natural Gas

Bill Cassidy said that former Vice President Joe Biden can shut down America's energy industry "over my dead body."

Source: Breitbart News

24 Oct 2020

Huawei is now just struggling to survive

Huawei phones are still selling well in some parts of the world, but the Chinese technology giant on Friday reported earnings that nonetheless suggest a tough road ahead for the company. Whereas the company, the biggest global tech company based in China, onc…

Source: BGR

24 Oct 2020

Circuit issue causes outage, leaving thousands without power in Northern Virginia

Thousands of Northern Virginia residents were without power for a couple of hours Friday evening due to a circuit issue, Dominion Energy officials said.

Source: WTOP

24 Oct 2020

Michigan man accidentally buys two lottery tickets, wins $1 million twice

A Michigan man thought he made a costly mistake by accidentally buying two identical $2 lottery tickets, but it turned out he hit the $1 million jackpot twice.

Source: Fox News

24 Oct 2020

GM’s electric ‘supertruck’ revives Hummer brand — an icon to some, anathema to others

Source: Google News

24 Oct 2020

AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson to resume COVID-19 vaccine trials as U.S. daily cases top 71,000

On Friday, both AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson announced their coronavirus vaccine trials are set to resume in the U.S. after hitting pause when volunteers became sick.

Source: CBS News

24 Oct 2020

Costco sells coronavirus saliva test kits online — here's how much they cost

Costco is selling at-home coronavirus saliva test kits online. The tests are administered by telemedicine platform AZOVA.

Source: Fox Business

24 Oct 2020

Costco offering at-home COVID-19 tests for $130-$140 - KABC

Costco is offering at-home testing for COVID-19, through a saliva test that can be ordered online and mailed back for results in 1-3 days.

Source: KABC-TV

24 Oct 2020

BREAKING: Massive Power Outage Reported in Alexandria

Thousands of Alexandria residents are in the dark Friday night due to a massive power outage. At 8 p.m., the utility company was reporting over 12,750 customers without power. As of 8:20 p.m., that number had gone down to 6,846. More than 3,500 customer…

Source: Alxnow.com

24 Oct 2020

Costco COVID test? Dr. Patel says the store's home saliva testing kit actually works - KGO

Costco has started selling COVID-19 saliva test kits, but do they really work? ABC7 News Special Correspondent Dr. Alok Patel explains.

Source: KGO-TV

24 Oct 2020

Norfolk man lied on coronavirus relief loan applications. And it wasn’t his first fraud scheme. - The Virginian-Pilot - The Virginian

The Norfolk man was not allowed to apply for loans or open new bank accounts as a condition of his supervised release from a prior federal conviction.

Source: The Virginian-Pilot

23 Oct 2020

Wells Fargo Reverses Plan to Eliminate 401(k) Match

Backlash over elimination of the benefit for people earning $250,000 and up led top executives to reverse the cost-savings decision.

Source: AdvisorHub

23 Oct 2020

How Coke Is Shaking Things Up — and Why Its Stock Is a Buy

Source: Barron's

23 Oct 2020

Could Southwest Airlines Break From Being An All 737 Carrier?

It was on October 22nd at Southwest Airline’s third-quarter earnings call that the carrier’s Chief Operating Officer Mike…

Source: Simple Flying

23 Oct 2020

U.S. may file antitrust charges against Facebook as soon as November: newspaper

Facebook Inc may face U.S. anti-trust charges as soon as November, the Washington Post reported on Friday, citing four people familiar with the matter.

Source: Reuters

23 Oct 2020

Costco begins selling at-home COVID-19 test kits

The PCR saliva kits can be used at home and don't involve "painful nasal swabs," according to the description on Costco's website.

Source: Foxtv.com

23 Oct 2020

Amazon to Open 700,000 Square-Foot Robotics Fulfillment Center in Texas

The retailer's push to place fulfillment facilities across the continent continues.

Source: Motley Fool

23 Oct 2020

This Technical Indicator Suggests Bitcoin Has Formed a Local Top

One analyst explained that a historically accurate indicator is now suggesting that a retrace is imminent before Bitcoin sees further gains.

Source: Bitcoinist

23 Oct 2020

Watch: The 380-Ton ‘Caspian Sea Monster’ Plane Emerges From the Water for the First Time in 30 Years

The superplane has left the water for the first time in three decades.

Source: Robb Report

23 Oct 2020

Federal report: Staffing, fraud attempts hinder unemployment claims processing

The Department of Labor’s Office of the Inspector General released their audit findings Friday.

Source: WSB Atlanta

23 Oct 2020

State, federal antitrust charges against Facebook could come as soon as November, sources say

State and federal investigators are expected to file antitrust charges against Facebook as soon as November, according to four people familiar with the matter, embarking on a massive legal challenge against the tech giant and its perceived ironclad grip over …

Source: The Washington Post

23 Oct 2020

AMD earnings: Gain expected from Intel's pain yet again

After so-so earnings and weak forecast from larger rival, AMD will reveal results Tuesday

Source: MarketWatch

23 Oct 2020

San Francisco: A string of drug stores close after shoplifters strip the shelves bare

"Go ask the people in the alleys, they have it all."

Source: Hot Air

23 Oct 2020

NC sets record again for one-day increase of COVID-19 cases

Source: Google News

23 Oct 2020

JetBlue passenger wearing Burger King crown hurls racial slurs, assaults flight attendant on plane

The passenger has since been banned from flying with the airline.

Source: Fox News

23 Oct 2020

Uber drivers sue, say company 'coerced' them to support Prop 22

A lawsuit alleges Uber used a "constant barrage" of "propaganda," "old-school exploitation" and "scare tactics" to get drivers to back its ballot measure campaign.

Source: CNET

23 Oct 2020

Getting Gamers To The Polls, Plus The Pandemic Economy : It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

Voter outreach took on an unconventional form Tuesday night when Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez streamed her gameplay of the hit game "Among Us" on Twitch. While she played the game with friends, her stream became one of the 20 most watched streams in Twitch h…

Source: NPR

23 Oct 2020

Website tracks every broken McDonald’s ice cream machine in America

The U.S. map has green dots for the stores where a soft serve is currently working and red dots where they're not.

Source: FOX 8 Live WVUE

23 Oct 2020

Judge again blocks Trump administration push to ban WeChat in the US

Judge Laurel Beeler ruled that new evidence the government presented did not change her opinion about the messaging app, owned by Chinese company Tencent.

Source: The Verge

23 Oct 2020

Daily Crunch: Uber and Lyft defeated again in court

A California court weighs in as Prop. 22 looms, Google removes popular apps over data collection practices and the Senate subpoenas Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg. This is your Daily Crunch for October 23, 2020. The big story: Uber and Lyft defeated again in…

Source: TechCrunch

23 Oct 2020

Tesla Called FSD Beta Testers Warning Not To Do Anything Dumb or FSD Removed

Source: Google News

23 Oct 2020

Wells Fargo Reverses Decision to Scrap 401(k) Match

Source: Barron's

23 Oct 2020

Delta has added 460 people to its no-fly list since April for refusing wear masks - Business Insider

The company requires customers and employees to wear masks to reduce the transmission of the new coronavirus.

Source: Business Insider

23 Oct 2020

Chicago COVID-19 Today: Business curfew, other restrictions on bars imposed by Mayor Lori Lightfoot take effect with sharp rise in coronavirus cases - WLS

New Chicago COVID-19 restrictions including some bar closures and a business curfew take effect Friday as Mayor Lori Lightfoot says city seeing spike in coronavirus cases.

Source: WLS-TV

23 Oct 2020

Pivotal Studies of Covid-19 Vaccines From AstraZeneca, J&J Resuming

The testing, paused to probe medical events in study subjects, is restarting after investigators didn’t find a link to the shots

Source: The Wall Street Journal

23 Oct 2020

US signs off on Delta and WestJet partnership, if they give up LaGuardia slots

U.S. officials have signed off on a long-planned partnership between Delta Air Lines and WestJet on flights between the U.S. and Canada. Two years after the airlines applied for government approval, the Department of Transportation OK’d the pact with minimal …

Source: The Points Guy

23 Oct 2020

Markets tread water, dollar falls amid sluggish US stimulus talks

The ongoing stalemate over the next round of US coronavirus relief aid has left investors in limbo across the globe.

Source: Al Jazeera English

23 Oct 2020

Sviatoslav Richter: How I practise the piano – Slipped Disc

Source: Slipped Disc

23 Oct 2020

AstraZeneca is a leading contender: Dr. Scott Gottlieb on J&J, AstraZeneca to restart vaccine trials

Source: Google News

23 Oct 2020

Walmart to expand store hours in November

Walmart will be adjusting shopping hours in November to allow customers more time to shop. Beginning Nov. 14, store hours will be 7 a.m. – 11 p.m., unless otherwise mandated by government regulations. The expanded hours will provide customers with greater opt…

Source: WSYR

23 Oct 2020

Costco selling COVID-19 at-home test kits online. Here’s what to know

Source: Google News

23 Oct 2020

Democratic Rep. Xochitl Torres Small slams Biden over oil remarks at debate, says policy is 'out of touch'

Biden said he would pursue policies that would “transition from the oil industry” if elected to office.

Source: Fox News

23 Oct 2020

Studio Movie Grill Goes Bankrupt With Covid-19 Slamming Theaters

Studio Movie Grill Holdings, the theater chain where film-goers can order Sriracha chicken sliders and a Cruzan mango mojito right in the middle of the latest blockbuster, filed for bankruptcy on Friday after the Covid-19 pandemic kept audiences away.

Source: Bloomberg

23 Oct 2020

CNN President Jeff Zucker Faces What Might Be His Last Lap

Under AT&T, cable boss felt blindsided by a recent overhaul of WarnerMedia that slimmed down his role

Source: The Wall Street Journal

23 Oct 2020

Pennsylvania Sets Single-Day Record for New Coronavirus Cases

Pennsylvania saw its single highest count of new daily coronavirus cases reported on Friday. With cases rising throughout the Philadelphia region, the…

Source: NBC 10 Philadelphia

23 Oct 2020

Is the Chase Sapphire Reserve worth keeping vs the Ink Business Preferred during COVID-19?

It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot of our credit card strategies in 2020. Cards that were once easily justifiable slots in our wallets are now less valuable, spending habits — and the cards we use the most — have shifted and perks …

Source: The Points Guy

23 Oct 2020

Richmond restaurant responds to COVID concerns

Bingo Beer Co. used social media to respond to COVID-19 concerns raised after a photo of a densely-packed line of unmasked customers outside the Richmond restaurant was shared on Reddit.

Source: wtvr.com

23 Oct 2020

AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson resume late-stage Covid-19 vaccine trials

When will we have a Covid-19 vaccine? AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson resume phase 3 trials in the U.S.

Source: NBC News

23 Oct 2020

Apple Inc. stock falls Friday, underperforms market

Source: MarketWatch

23 Oct 2020

Power outages around Spokane, Inland Northwest amid season's first snowfall

Avista is asking customers to prepare for a one to two day outage as crews attempt to assess the extent of the damages.

Source: KREM.com

23 Oct 2020

Pandemic could force 30-35% of U.S. shopping malls to close permanently, warns Morgan Stanley

Goldman sees hotel properties in worse shape

Source: MarketWatch

23 Oct 2020

A Sincere Quibi Fan on What He’ll Miss About the Much-Mocked Streaming Service

And why he thinks a show about pasta shapes deserves awards.

Source: Slate Magazine

23 Oct 2020

Chick-fil-A Will Be Releasing A Gift Pack Full Of 3 Popular Sauces And It Makes A Perfect Stocking Stuffer

Santa, this is on my list!!!

Source: Delish.com

23 Oct 2020

Man steals from SF Walgreens as TV crew reports story on shoplifting

The thief brazenly took the merchandise right in front of the camera before rolling out...

Source: SFGate

23 Oct 2020

American Express Sees Higher Consumer Retail Spending

Credit-card company says spending shows small businesses, shoppers are adapting to pandemic

Source: The Wall Street Journal

23 Oct 2020

66 new COVID-19 cases in Onondaga County, third death reported in three days

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon reports 66 new cases of coronavirus, marking three days of increased cases, compared to the low numbers we saw in early September. There has been 1 death in the last 24 hours - a 76-year-old woman who had underlying cond…

Source: CNYcentral.com

23 Oct 2020

Tesla to Recall Nearly 50,000 Model S and X Vehicles in China Over Safety Concerns

This appears to be a minor bump in the road for the carmaker.

Source: Motley Fool

23 Oct 2020

It's official: Central Texas Amazon facility will create 1000 new jobs

The robotic fulfillment center Amazon is building in Waco will create 1,000 new jobs, company officials said Friday.

Source: KWTX

23 Oct 2020

Why Cleveland-Cliffs Jumped 6% Today

While its third-quarter results were shy of estimates, the company gave a better outlook for the balance of the year.

Source: Motley Fool

23 Oct 2020

Costco is selling at-home COVID-19 tests for $129 - Business Insider

The test kit costs $129.99 on Costco.com, with Costco charging an extra $10 for the same kit with video observation and assistance.

Source: Business Insider

23 Oct 2020

Estranged husband indicted in pregnant Canastota mom's death

The estranged husband of a pregnant woman found dead in Canastota has been indicted in connection to the case. George McDonald&rsquo;s attorney confirmed the indictment Friday, but did not reveal exact charges. Elizabeth Garrow, 19, disappeared in late Septem…

Source: CNYcentral.com

23 Oct 2020

Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trials set to resume

Investigators found a participant’s illness, a stroke, did not appear to be related to the vaccine.

Source: The Washington Post

23 Oct 2020

Delta adds 460 passengers who refused masks to 'no-fly' list

Delta said wearing masks "is among the simplest and most effective actions we can take to reduce transmission" and banned 460 mask-refusing customers.

Source: NBC News

23 Oct 2020

Man wins $2M after mistakenly buying extra lottery ticket

DEARBORN HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) — In what most people would consider a lucrative mistake, a Detroit-area man who accidentally bought an extra lottery ticket has won two $1 million jackpots....

Source: Associated Press

23 Oct 2020

China's Crude Buying Is On The Rise

China's crude buying is on the rise again. Dwindling floating storage is a sign of lower buying during July, August and September.

Source: Seeking Alpha

23 Oct 2020

Gold Looks For Footing After Pause Button Hit on U.S. Stimulus

Gold Looks For Footing After Pause Button Hit on U.S. Stimulus

Source: Investing.com

23 Oct 2020

Mortgage Rates Fall To 50-Year Low

Mortgage rates are at an all-time low. Here's why rates are falling, how to take advantage of them with refinancing, and whether the rise of housing costs is a danger sign that we are in another real estate bubble.

Source: Forbes

23 Oct 2020

Coca-Cola discontinuing brands like Tab, Zico, Odwalla: full list - Business Insider

Since the summer, Coca-Cola has announced it will scrap Tab and Zico, but the whole list hasn't been released.

Source: Business Insider

23 Oct 2020

Stock Market Today With Jim Cramer: Don't Buy Gilead On FDA News

Jim Cramer discusses the latest stock market news including Wells Fargo, earnings of American Express and Gilead's FDA approval for remdesivir.

Source: TheStreet

23 Oct 2020

Wells Fargo Does U-Turn on Cutting Perk for High-Earning Workers

Source: Bloomberg

23 Oct 2020

Haunted car wash opens in Richmond

Tommy’s Express Car Wash is offering a unique Halloween experience amid COVID-19.

Source: WWBT NBC12 News

23 Oct 2020

2021 Ford Bronco Costs $29,995 To $63,100. Here's A Full Price Breakdown

You’ve all been wondering about 2021 Ford Bronco pricing since the convertible Wrangler-fighting off-roader debuted earlier this year. Now the configurator is up, and we have a full pricing breakdown. Check it out.

Source: Jalopnik

23 Oct 2020

Small Cap Stocks Still Outrun Nasdaq, Dow Jones

Small caps stocks are making a surprising comeback in the current quarter amid big drops by some blue chips following earnings results.

Source: Investor's Business Daily

23 Oct 2020

McDonald's seeks dismissal of racial discrimination lawsuit by former franchisees

McDonald's on Friday asked a judge to dismiss the racial discrimination lawsuit filed by former franchisees, arguing that it wants every operator in its system to thrive.

Source: CNBC

23 Oct 2020

Renewables: A Decade Of Progress Toward A Clean Energy Future

What are the expectations for the renewable energy industry over the next decade?

Source: CleanTechnica

23 Oct 2020

Most People Shouldn’t Pay for Identity Theft Protection

There are things you can do to make identity theft harder, and you probably don’t need to pay for a service to do them.

Source: New York Times

23 Oct 2020

Energy fading into end of week as crude falls and services stocks struggle

Source: Seeking Alpha

23 Oct 2020

4 Richmond restaurants get permits suspended for breaking COVID-19 rules

Four Richmond bars have had their permits suspended for violating Governor Northam’s COVID-19 executive order.

Source: 8News

23 Oct 2020

Dow Jones Dragged Down by Intel Earnings Disaster, Mixed Results from American Express

The pandemic gutted a portion of Intel's lucrative data-center business, and American Express reported a steep revenue decline.

Source: Motley Fool

23 Oct 2020

Credit scores hit a record high. But US consumers are not OK

Millions of Americans are struggling as the economy is still reeling from the shock of the pandemic. Yet one measure of consumers' financial health is improving.

Source: CNN

23 Oct 2020

JAY-Z Launches His 1st Cannabis Brand MONOGRAM

JAY-Z has announced his first cannabis brand, MONOGRAM, in partnership with Caliva.

Source: HipHopDX

23 Oct 2020

GE stock is on a tear ahead of earnings, as analysts tout it as a COVID-19 vaccine play

GE has outperformed its industrial peers in October, as the stock rose to a more than 4-month high before pulling back

Source: MarketWatch

23 Oct 2020

Hourlong waits. 120,000 unanswered calls in one day. How unemployment claims overwhelmed Missouri

Staffing in the Division of Employment Security had fallen in recent years, from 645 full time workers in the 2013 budget to 398 in fiscal year 2019.

Source: STLtoday.com

23 Oct 2020

Man wearing Burger King crown yells N-word on JetBlue flight

A man in a paper Burger King crown hurled racist slurs at a fellow passenger on a New York-bound JetBlue flight, after accusing her of taking his seat and kneeing him in the stomach, videos show. T…

Source: New York Post

23 Oct 2020

GM Didn't Plan A Hummer Revival For Its New GMC-Branded EV

A new report from Muscle Cars & Trucks talks a bit about the origin of the new GMC Hummer EV and how it got its name.

Source: Motor1

23 Oct 2020

The short, strange life of Quibi

“All that is left now is to offer a profound apology for disappointing you and, ultimately, for letting you down,” Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman wrote, closing out an open letter posted to Medium. “We cannot thank you enough for being there with us, and …

Source: TechCrunch

23 Oct 2020

'McBroken': McDonald's fan launches site that identifies restaurants with broken ice cream machines

Rashiq Zahid, a 24-year-old software engineer, said he launched the site after becoming frustrated with his inability to get a McSundae at a McDonald's in Germany.

Source: Fox News

23 Oct 2020

Early Black Friday Deals Have Moved Online, But They're Still Not Worth the Stress

In the run-up to Black Friday 2020, retailers usually unveil doorbuster deals with too-good-to-be-true pricing. Here's how to act fast to snag deals from Walmart, Target, Best Buy and more, before they're all gone.

Source: New York Times

23 Oct 2020

Uh-oh Boeing: Southwest Considering an Airbus Plane

Could decades of exclusivity soon be coming to an end?

Source: Motley Fool

23 Oct 2020

Where can Southwest Airlines take me? Here are some possible destinations for Savannah

After news broke that Southwest Airlines would be adding flights to the Savannah/Hilton Head Airport, many are wondering what destinations could be added.

Source: Savannah Morning News

23 Oct 2020

Google lawsuit: the opening salvo in a battle to restrain Big Tech

With broad political support, antitrust action could lay the groundwork for more cases against tech

Source: Financial Times

23 Oct 2020

Tesla Recalls Almost 30,000 Cars From China, Citing Suspension Issues

Tesla’s issues with faulty production and inconsistent quality extend outside the U.S. market: As first reported by Bloomberg, the automaker is set to recall close to 30,000 of its imported Model S and Model X cars from China, citing problems surrounding the…

Source: Gizmodo.com

23 Oct 2020

Boeing Stock Falls As Southwest Looks At Adding Airbus To All-737 Fleet

Southwest Airlines will shop for a new plane, potentially ending the exclusive hold the 737 has on its fleet. Boeing stock fell.

Source: Investor's Business Daily

23 Oct 2020

Novogratz calls PayPal’s Bitcoin news 'the shot heard around the world on Wall Street’

Companies holding crypto have seen their stocks rise in 2020 as COVID-19 pushes digital asset adoption.

Source: Cointelegraph

23 Oct 2020

Gap Inc. will close 350 stores and exit malls entirely

Gap Inc. announced Thursday that it will be exiting malls and closing 220 of its namesake Gap stores — or one-third of its stores— by early 2024

Source: The Real Deal

23 Oct 2020

Southwest IL positivity rate tops 8% threshold, restrictions could be back by Monday - Belleville News

Source: Google News

23 Oct 2020

Tesla’s ‘Full Self-Driving’ beta test has caught the attention of federal safety regulators

The National Traffic Highway Safety Administration said it was aware of the rollout of Tesla’s “Full Self-Driving” experiment, but it’s taking a wait-and-see approach.

Source: The Verge

23 Oct 2020

Tesla, ordered to recall 30,000 cars in China, blames 'driver abuse'

U.S. safety regulators have known about U.S.-built Tesla suspension issues since at least 2016 but never took action.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Oct 2020

Report: Manhattan Rent Drops Below $3,000 For 1st Time Since 2011

StreetEasy says renters are no longer willing to pay the so-called "commute premium" of living in Manhattan, because so many people are working from home.

Source: Cbslocal.com

23 Oct 2020

OSHA fines JBS Green Bay for coronavirus violations; company responds

JBS, located at 1130 Lime Kiln, was the site of a large outbreak of COVID-19 in April.

Source: WBAY

23 Oct 2020

These 2 Stocks Are Soaring Friday After Earnings

Spoiler: They're not red-hot tech stocks.

Source: Motley Fool

23 Oct 2020

Former Xerox Tower to become multi-college housing, business innovation hub - 13WHAM

(WHAM) - Two years after Xerox moved itself out of downtown Rochester and sold the iconic Xerox Tower, developers are revealing big plans for the building. On Friday afternoon, Gallina Development announced its plans to redevelop the building as Innovation Sq…

Source: 13WHAM-TV

23 Oct 2020

Paying a student loan with a credit card? Here's what to consider

While it’s technically possible, it’s rarely a good idea to use a card to pay off a student loan.

Source: Fox Business

23 Oct 2020

Famed investor Mike Novogratz says 'liquidity tsunami' from stimulus will drive investors to buy any dips from Biden's tax plan | Markets

Famed investor Mike Novogratz says 'liquidity tsunami' from stimulus will drive investors to buy any dips from Biden's tax plan

Source: Business Insider

23 Oct 2020

Apple Card stops working on Amazon for some, being auto removed as payment method [U]

A curious issue is affecting Apple Card users when it comes to using the credit card at Amazon. Some are reporting that not only is Apple Card not working at the retail giant, but it’s also disappearing from their saved payment options. Update 11:10 am PT: CN…

Source: 9to5Mac

23 Oct 2020

Costco selling COVID-19 saliva test kits

Costco is selling COVID-19 saliva test kits that can be used at home and don't involve the 'painful nasal swabs.'

Source: KSDK.com

23 Oct 2020

Costco selling COVID-19 saliva test kits

Costco is selling COVID-19 saliva test kits that can be used at home and don't involve the 'painful nasal swabs.'

Source: KGW.com

23 Oct 2020

Tesla argues no defect on suspension, says China is forcing unnecessary recall

Tesla is arguing that there’s actually no defect with its Model S/Model X suspension and that China is basically forcing an unnecessary recall. Earlier today, we reported on Tesla recalling almost 30,000 Model S and Model X vehicles that were shipped to China…

Source: Electrek

23 Oct 2020

U.S. And Canadian Oil Rig Counts Continue To Rebound

The U.S. oil rig count rose again for the week ending October 23rd despite a string of bearish news on the supply and demand side

Source: OilPrice.com

23 Oct 2020

US business activity hits 20-month high: IHS Markit

U.S. business activity increased to a 20-month high in October, but the pace of new business growth and new orders eased slightly amid the lingering COVID-19 pandemic and caution ahead of the Nov. 3 presidential election.

Source: Fox Business

23 Oct 2020

Walmart sues feds to settle pharmacies' role in opioid crisis

Walmart has filed a lawsuit against the feds in an effort to get ahead of allegations that its pharmacies helped fuel the American opioid crisis. The nation’s biggest retailer said the US Dep…

Source: New York Post

23 Oct 2020

New York Real Estate: Manhattan Median Rent Drops Below $3,000

Soaring inventory and discounted rents in Manhattan have pushed the median to the lowest price in nearly a decade.

Source: New York Times

23 Oct 2020

2020 debate: Most Americans want more wind and solar energy. Trump is ignoring that fact.

Biden wants to transition away from the oil industry. So do a growing number of Americans.

Source: Vox

23 Oct 2020

Excitement for Green Bay Popeyes causing “large traffic problem”

Love that traffic for Popeyes. Green Bay Police are asking drivers to avoid the area of W. Mason and Taylor St ... unless they are there for Popeyes Chicken.

Source: WBAY

23 Oct 2020

Social media scammers net $117M targeting shoppers, romance seekers: FTC

The Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday that scammers amassed $117 million through fake Facebook and Instagram posts selling products and promising love on the internet.

Source: Fox Business

23 Oct 2020

Ford F-Series Family Tree Shows Evolution From F-1 To F-150

The Ford F-150 has its origins all the way back to 1948 with the F-1 half-ton pickup truck, as seen in this pictorial showing all F-Series generations.

Source: Motor1

23 Oct 2020

Fact Check: Does Trump Want to Get Rid of Social Security Like Biden Said?

During the final presidential debate on Thursday, Democratic candidate Joe Biden said that President Donald Trump wants to get rid of Social Security.

Source: Newsweek

23 Oct 2020

A year ago, this company had 750 customers. Today it has 6,000

Subscription services can bear a resemblance to the story of Goldilocks: Sometimes you end up with way too much of what you ordered, risking spoilage. Other times, you run out faster than planned. The answer, according to one company, is a scale.

Source: CNN

23 Oct 2020

Tesla Begins “Full Self Driving” Public Beta As Waymo And Cruise Go Unattended

Self-driving technology is a holy grail that promises to forever change the way we interact with cars. Thus far, there’s been plenty of hype and excitement, but full vehicles that remove the …

Source: Hackaday

23 Oct 2020

Boston Beer shares soar over 18% to a new all-time high after raised guidance

Boston Beer's stock soared after management hiked fourth-quarter and 2021 guidance as it continued to see strength in its Truly hard seltzer brand.

Source: CNBC

23 Oct 2020

Bot orders $18,752 of McSundaes every 30 min. to find if machines are working

Know before you go... drive-through milkshake style.

Source: Ars Technica

23 Oct 2020

UPS delivery person stunned by sign left out by customers: 'I was a little worried'

TikTok user Sarah Kim shared a video of the employee’s reaction recorded outside her home on Oct. 17.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Oct 2020

CA appeals court upholds ruling that Uber and Lyft must classify drivers as employees

Uber and Lyft must classify their drivers as employees, an appellate court ruled yesterday evening. However, the decision will be stayed for 30 days after the court issues the remittitur, which has not happened yet. That means depending on how ballot measure …

Source: TechCrunch

23 Oct 2020

Sandy Munro Compares Hummer EV To Tesla Cybertruck, Rivian R1T

Sandy Munro compares the upcoming Hummer EV, Rivian R1T, and Tesla Cybertruck. He discusses battery construction, range, cost, and more.

Source: InsideEVs

23 Oct 2020

Kentucky Lottery advises players of scratch-off ticket error

Kentucky Lottery officials say a software issue affecting some lottery vending machines has caused tickets for a game sold Sunday and Monday to have erroneous images that were not part of the game.

Source: WKYT

23 Oct 2020

Assessing Quibi Debacle: Financiers Second Guess While A Film Crew Struggles To Finish A Production In Ukraine After Being Told To Shut Down

The reverberations of Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s stunning Quibi shutdown are being felt both in financial circles — where the $2 billion failure cements itself as a cautionary tale — and in Hollywood’s beleaguered creative community where many belie…

Source: Deadline

23 Oct 2020

Prince William has been caught staring at breasts

Royals: They’re just like us. That is, they’re easily distracted by fried chicken, as evidenced by a recent paparazzi photo of Prince William gazing through ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Oct 2020

6 things to know about Southwest's new pandemic policy: No, middle seats won't be empty. Yes, you can get a refund.

Southwest Airlines will stop blocking middle seats on its flights in December as holiday travel ticks up.

Source: USA Today

23 Oct 2020

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Virgin Galactic, Intel, Snap & more

Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.

Source: CNBC

23 Oct 2020

2021 Ford Bronco reservation data reveals most popular models, options

Lots of reservation holders are pumped for the Wildtrak model.

Source: CNET

23 Oct 2020

Tesla recalls older Model S, Model X vehicles in China: report

Source: MarketWatch

23 Oct 2020

Caesars brings live entertainment back to coronavirus-battered Vegas Strip

In resuming such performances, Caesars announced Thursday that it would follow guidelines set forth by health and government officials and implement enhanced health and safety protocols.

Source: Fox Business

23 Oct 2020

Dow Jones Down 150 Points As Stock Market Reverses On Stimulus Deal Concerns

Key market indexes opened higher but slipped into the red at midday amid stimulus deal uncertainty and as Intel pressured the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

Source: Investor's Business Daily

23 Oct 2020

Kentucky Lottery officials: You may not have won that big prize, after all

You man not have won that big prize, after all, Kentucky Lottery officials said Friday, warning of an odd software error.

Source: WLWT Cincinnati

23 Oct 2020

U.S. Vs. Google: Losing To Win

The DOJ’s case against Google is half-baked in several ways: it is not ripe, it is narrow, and a DOJ “win” would also likely be a big win for Google.

Source: Seeking Alpha

23 Oct 2020

TripAdvisor CEO says Google uses its 'dominance in internet gatekeeping' against travel sites

TripAdvisor CEO Stephen Kaufer, a longtime critic of Google, told CNBC he welcomes the DOJ's antitrust lawsuit against the tech giant.

Source: CNBC

23 Oct 2020

Walmart sues DOJ over pharmacists' role in dispensing opioid prescriptions

Retail giant says lawsuit responds to threatened litigation by federal government

Source: Supermarket News

23 Oct 2020

Best in Beer Readers’ Choice: Top 50 Beers of 2020

Here are the top 50 beers of 2020, as voted on by the readers of Craft Beer & Brewing

Source: Beerandbrewing.com

23 Oct 2020

The Best 20 Beers in 2020

Despite the challenges this year posed, we were able to taste thousands of beers over the past 12 months. Here are the very best of this unique (and unrepeatable) year.

Source: Beerandbrewing.com

23 Oct 2020

'His Royal Thighness' Prince William Caught Staring Through a KFC Window, Maybe Dreaming of Fried Chicken

Prince William stared into the window of a KFC, prompting a hilarious response from the fast-food restaurant spokespeople.

Source: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

23 Oct 2020

Macy's Cancels Santa Claus

Macy’s canceled their nearly 160-year-old tradition of hosting Santa Claus in their midtown Manhattan store because of COVID-19. More than a quarter of a million people typically shuffle through the store’s elaborate Santaland each Christmas season, but the c…

Source: The Daily Wire

23 Oct 2020

Coronavirus update: U.S. death toll tops 223,000; rural hospitals are filling and the Dakotas lead the nation by new infections

South Dakota has six out of 10 of the hot spot counties identified by a New York Times tracker, while North Dakota hospitals are at 88% capacity

Source: MarketWatch

23 Oct 2020

Coronavirus update: US sets new daily case record; FDA approves Gilead's remdesivir

The U.S. set a worrying new record for daily coronavirus cases Thursday, surpassing 77,000 in a single day.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Oct 2020

Coronavirus cases linked to live music event at Virginia restaurant, attendees asked to self-quarantine

A live music event at a restaurant in Henrico, Va., is linked to a “cluster” of cases of the novel coronavirus, local health officials said this week.

Source: Fox News

23 Oct 2020

Why Doesn't Delta Fly To Hong Kong?

Delta Air Lines is the only one of the big three US airlines not flying to Hong Kong. While United and American both operate multiple daily flights, Delta pu...

Source: YouTube

23 Oct 2020

Forget 5G: This Tech Stock Trend Is Generating Even Bigger Returns

The rush to shatter silos is generating big returns for forward-thinking tech companies.

Source: Motley Fool

23 Oct 2020

Today’s mortgage refinance rates climb upward — though one key rate holds steady | October 23, 2020

Check out the mortgage refinancing rates for October 23, 2020, which are up since last week — with one exception.

Source: Fox Business

23 Oct 2020

Long-term unemployment spikes for millions of Americans. Aid that’s kept them afloat may end soon

As of September, 2.4 million Americans have been unemployed for more than 27 weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic. The aid that many have relied on may soon end.

Source: CNBC

23 Oct 2020

Median rent in Manhattan falls below $3,000 for first time in nearly a decade | TheHill

The median asking rent for a Manhattan home has fallen below $3,0...

Source: The Hill

23 Oct 2020

GM sells out first year of production of its electric Hummer following splashy ad debut

The next version of the truck, the $100,000 Hummer EV 3X, isn't scheduled to begin production until the fall of 2022.

Source: CBS News

23 Oct 2020

Microsoft (MSFT) Unveils Space Ambitions

Microsoft (MSFT) announced more space exploration partners as it looks to take on Amazon (AMZN) and Alphabet (GOOG) in the cloud computing space.

Source: Investopedia

23 Oct 2020

JetBlue Passenger Goes on Aggressive Racist Tirade, Incites Chaos

A JetBlue flight got turbulent before it even took off, as a man went on a racist tirade for several minutes before getting removed.

Source: TMZ

23 Oct 2020

Today’s mortgage rates experience a minor surge | October 23, 2020

Check out the mortgage rates for October 23, 2020, which are up from last week.

Source: Fox Business

23 Oct 2020

Michigan man accidentally wins two $1 million Mega Millions prizes

Both tickets matched the five white balls -- 01-05-09-10-23 -- and each brought him a separate $1 million prize.

Source: ABC 12 News

23 Oct 2020

'We're a long way from anywhere else': Small U.S. cities hit with airline service cuts in pandemic

Regional airports are struggling with the impact of big carriers' service suspensions on their economies.

Source: CNBC

23 Oct 2020

California appeals court says Uber, Lyft drivers are employees, not contractors

The decision is a major milestone in the transportation companies' labor battle with the state.

Source: CBS News

23 Oct 2020

American Express Earnings Disappointed Because Cardholders Can’t Fly

Source: Barron's

23 Oct 2020

2 killed in Buckeye crash near Baseline Road and AZ-85

Two people died in a head-on crash early Friday morning in Buckeye. Emergency crews were called to the collision scene at Baseline and Turner roads after two cars collided head-on west of Arizona State Route 85.

Source: ABC15 Arizona

23 Oct 2020

Chicago mayor sets curfew for nonessential businesses due to COVID-19 | TheHill

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) announced a 10 p.m. curfew on no...

Source: The Hill

23 Oct 2020

220 Gap stores, 130 Banana Republics to close in coming years

Source: Boston.com

23 Oct 2020

Active Bitcoin Addresses at Highest Since 2017's $20K Price Record - CoinDesk

Continued rise in network's usage could accelerate the price rally.

Source: CoinDesk

23 Oct 2020

Dow Jones Today, Stocks Mixed As Banks Rally, Coronavirus Stimulus Talks Lag And Intel Tumbles

Source: Google News

23 Oct 2020

Dow Jones Today, Stocks Mixed As Banks Rally, Coronavirus Stimulus Talks Lag And Intel Tumbles

Stocks were mixed, Gilead Sciences jumped on an FDA approval, Mattel soared on earnings, disappointing earnings from Intel dragged on the Dow Jones Today.

Source: Investor's Business Daily

23 Oct 2020

Delta trolls other airlines for not blocking middle seats through holidays, likens them to 'a haunted house'

Delta Air Lines made the remark on Twitter, seemingly targeting airlines like United, American and Southwest.

Source: Fox News

23 Oct 2020

Remdesivir Gets FDA Approval. What It Means for Gilead Stock and Vaccine Makers.

Source: Barron's

23 Oct 2020

Dunkin' is keeping beverage innovation humming during the pandemic as consumers look to treat themselves

While the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted daily commutes and morning runs for coffee, Dunkin' Brands Group says a new theme has emerged — customers are treating themselves.

Source: CNBC

23 Oct 2020

Gold price sees little movement following flash U.S. PMI data

(Kitco News) - U.S. economic data continues to have little impact on the gold market as prices continue to hover around $1,900 an ounce.

Source: Kitco NEWS

23 Oct 2020

Labor Department Curbs Announcements of Company Violations

A memo tells officials to hold back on news releases about enforcement decisions, saying they can linger unfairly online if citations are overturned.

Source: New York Times

23 Oct 2020

Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta: a collection of video demonstrations by early testers

Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta is starting to reach more cars in the fleet and customers, which are basically being used as testers, are starting to share video demonstrations. Here we share a few of them for a better look at Tesla’s FSD Beta. As we previously …

Source: Electrek

23 Oct 2020

Wall Street Drifts Higher at Open as Election Looms Large; Dow up 60 Pts

Wall Street Drifts Higher at Open as Election Looms Large; Dow up 60 Pts

Source: Investing.com

23 Oct 2020

3-door electric Fiat 500 is forbidden fruit for US buyers

The Fiat 500 Electric 3+1 has three passenger doors to make it easier to get into the back seat of the micro-compact car. Unfortunately for American fans, it won't be sold in the USA.

Source: Fox News

23 Oct 2020

Coca-Cola saying goodbye to half its drink brands

In a bid to weather the pandemic, Coca-Cola plans to shift focus onto brands "that can be scaled to drive profits for the long-term," CEO James Quincey said.

Source: Fox Business

23 Oct 2020

Medical cannabis dispensaries form trade group ahead of legal weed referendum

The 12 medical marijuana companies have announced their support for the legal marijuana ballot question.

Source: nj.com

23 Oct 2020

Light Up Night canceled in Pittsburgh

Light Up Night has officially been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Downtown Pittsburgh Partnership confirmed Friday morning.

Source: WTAE Pittsburgh

23 Oct 2020

2021 Ford Bronco customers can choose their colors, prices after months-long wait

Ford Bronco fans finally get build-and-price tool to choose color, accessories, prices and more for their SUVs.

Source: Detroit Free Press

23 Oct 2020

WeWork bonds, already junk, downgraded by Fitch

Ratings agency Fitch downgraded WeWork’s credit over concerns that the pandemic could cause a liquidity issue for the office-space provider.

Source: The Real Deal

23 Oct 2020

Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership cancels 'Light Up Night'

Lights out for Light Up Night. The annual kickoff to the holiday season, usually held the Friday before Thanksgiving, is the latest big event to be canceled. The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership announced Friday that what would have been the 60th year of Light…

Source: TribLIVE

23 Oct 2020

Veggie burgers are still burgers, EU lawmakers rule

BRUSSELS (AP) — It’s a meaty issue but the EU has taken a stance: veggie burgers are in fact burgers. European lawmakers said Friday that plant-based products that do not contain meat,...

Source: Associated Press

23 Oct 2020

United House of Prayer for All People in Charlotte, North Carolina, Spread Coronavirus, Locals Say

Officials have tied 82 infections and three deaths to events at the Charlotte, North Carolina, church that brought people from multiple states.

Source: Daily Beast