Two women file sexual abuse complaints against Nikola founder Trevor Milton
Nikola founder Trevor Milton has been formally accused of sexual abuse by two women who told police he touched them when they were 15. The allegations date back more than 15 years ago.
Bed Bath & Beyond teams with Shipt and Instacart for same-day delivery before holidays
The option will be available to customers in eligible ZIP codes at a flat-rate fee of $4.99 for orders of more than $39.
The coronavirus has now killed more than 1 million people and upended the global economy in less than nine months
The coronavirus pandemic has reach its most grisly milestone to date: 1 million people are dead.
A timeline of the insidious path the coronavirus took around the world to kill more than 1 million
Six months after the coronavirus arose from a Wuhan, China, seafood market late last year, it has spread to nearly every country on the globe.
Medical historian compares the coronavirus to the 1918 flu pandemic: Both were highly political
Unlike today, there was no CDC, but there was an epidemiologist much like Dr. Anthony Fauci who withstood criticism for publicly pressing for safety protocols.
As coronavirus deaths pass 1 million, health-care workers around the world share stories from the front lines
Health-care workers on the front lines from around the world share what it has been like to treat patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Airlines bank on leisure travelers as business trips dry up in coronavirus pandemic
Leisure travelers are more important than ever for airlines as the pandemic devastates business travel.
How the U.S. economic response to the coronavirus pandemic stacks up to the rest of the world
While the U.S. health response to the coronavirus pandemic has faced criticism, the economic response has been among the best in the world.
Pence says Americans should expect coronavirus cases to rise 'in the days ahead'
The rate of Covid-19 tests that come back positive is now rising in 10 states in the Midwest and West, Pence said during a press conference from the White House's Rose Garden.
CDC study finds coronavirus rates among teens nearly 'double' compared with children
The coronavirus infection rate among adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 was found to be "approximately double" the rate in children ages 5 to 11, according to a new CDC study.
5 things to know before the stock market opens Tuesday
U.S. stock futures were steady Tuesday morning, one day after the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose for the third straight session
Chinese airlines may not be profitable even as domestic travel rebounds, says analyst
Domestic travel in China has rebounded strongly as the country recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, but Chinese airlines are unlikely to turn profitable until international travel resumes, said Ivan Su, equity analyst at Morningstar.
Listing of BTS' label may help 'turn around' South Korea's lackluster IPO landscape
Dealogic's Romaine Jackson says the highly anticipated market debut of Big Hit Entertainment, the music label behind South Korean K-pop megastars BTS, will shift South Korea's public listing landscape.
Companies will have to 'seduce' staff to go back to the office, real estate CEO says
Office space may be treated more like an exclusive club in future — and those who don't go into a place of work may miss out.
Official coronavirus death toll is likely an 'underestimate' of the true total, WHO says
"I can assure you that the current numbers are likely an underestimate of the true toll of Covid," WHO's Mike Ryan said.
Luxury electric cars take the spotlight in China's condensed auto show
The Beijing auto show kicked off this past weekend after a delay of five months due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a couple hundred fewer vehicles than past shows.
As holidays approach, CDC puts shopping at crowded stores on Black Friday in high-risk category
The CDC issued guidance encouraging Americans to shop online rather than in crowded stores during the holiday season because of the pandemic.
United, pilots agree on schedule reductions to avoid nearly 3,000 furloughs
United Airlines pilots agreed to cut their schedules to avoid nearly 4,000 furloughs as the company seeks to reduce costs because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. is 'not in a good place' as daily coronavirus cases grow beyond 40,000, Fauci says
"There are states that are starting to show an uptick in cases and even some increase in hospitalizations in some states," Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday.
Steel production recovered as auto plants resumed operations, Cleveland-Cliffs CEO says
"We have been through a very profitable quarter and very strong in terms of the recovery of demand particularly in automotive," CEO Lourenco Goncalves told CNBC.
The app getting Wall Street’s attention that makes earnings calls ‘as easy as listening to podcasts’
Twenty-six-year-old Hadi Yousef launched the app Earnings Calls about four years ago, and it has grown through word of mouth. Now, it has the attention of people on Wall Street such as CNBC contributor Josh Brown.
Elon Musk says he likely will take Starlink satellite internet service public in 'several years'
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk reiterated the likelihood his private space company will likely IPO its Starlink satellite internet service.
Health and safety certificates may be the new 'visas' that permit air travel, Etihad CEO says
Airlines will need to meet a "harmonized" standard of health measures as air travel returns, according to Tony Douglas of Etihad Airways.
Watch live: The World Health Organization holds a press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic
The WHO is holding a briefing on the Covid-19 pandemic.
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Snap, Devon Energy, Virgin Galactic, UPS, Chevron & more
Dealmaking activity sparked rallies in Devon Energy and Cleveland-Cliffs. Plug Power surges on an analyst upgrade.
Virgin Galactic jumps 25% in its second best day ever after getting Wall Street's full endorsement
Shares of Virgin Galactic surged nearly 25% in trading Monday after Wall Street firms continued set higher expectations
K-pop sensation BTS' label prices IPO at top end of range
Shares of Big Hit Entertainment, the music label behind global K-pop phenomenon BTS, were priced on Monday at the top end of the range ahead of its highly-anticipated market debut.
Trump claims without offering proof that he has little debt and paid millions in taxes after NYT report
President Trump claimed he had paid "many millions of dollars in taxes" after a report in The New York Times revealed he had paid effectively no income taxes for more than a decade.
Over half of small businesses worry social distancing will hurt their chances of survival: Survey
Over half of small business owners surveyed by Verizon worry that social distancing will challenge their survival, but the Main Street outlook has improved since spring.
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