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While the CARES Act provides that Medicare beneficiaries will face no cost-sharing for a Covid-19 inoculation once it's widely available, current regulations don't permit coverage for one authorized...
As Ellen DeGeneres fights claims of a toxic workplace, here are 3 signs you work in one
Today 14:45 EDT
CNBC Make It spoke with lawyers, labor experts and historians about what constitutes a toxic work environment — as well as how to spot one.
United turns to interactive Google maps to help travelers unsure of where to go in coronavirus era
Today 14:34 EDT
United launched a Google-backed booking map that let's travelers filter out destinations by price and activity, such as hiking and culture.
From trick-or-treating to apple picking: CDC ranked fall activities based on Covid-19 risk
Today 14:32 EDT
As the fall holidays approach, the Centers for Disease Control ranked popular activities based on the risk of Covid-19 transmission. Here's what you need to know before Halloween.
Delivering Alpha 2020 Agenda
Today 14:21 EDT
The 2020 Delivering Alpha agenda will include the most important players in asset management tackling the critical issues facing investors in the economy.
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Citi to dedicate more than $1 billion to initiative for closing the racial wealth gap
Today 14:03 EDT
Citi announced that it will invest more than $1 billion in four key areas that will help to close the racial wealth gap in America and create economic wealth for communities of color.
'You are not listening,' Fauci tells Sen. Rand Paul during a Senate hearing on the coronavirus
Today 13:50 EDT
Dr. Anthony Fauci pushed back against Republican Sen. Rand Paul's claim that New York has overcome the pandemic because it achieved herd immunity.
Disney's confidence in movie theaters' ability to recover in 2020 is waning. On Wednesday, the company pushed back a number of its theatrical releases including Marvel blockbuster "Black Widow."
JPMorgan to pay almost $1 billion fine to resolve US investigation into trading practices
Today 13:46 EDT
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death Friday helped prompt a surge in voter interest and registration, according to voting groups.
Breonna Taylor's death, along with the police killing of George Floyd, a Black man, in Minneapolis last spring, catalyzed the protest-driven movement to reform police organization nationwide.
Google Maps will show Covid-19 outbreaks
Today 13:09 EDT
This means you can open Google Maps to see Covid-19 coronavirus outbreaks in your area, which could be helpful if the disease spreads more rapidly in the fall and winter.
The electric car maker wants the court to declare two batches of Trump administrations tariffs to be void, and refund Tesla the tariffs it paid with interest, according to the lawsuit filed in the U.S....
GoodRx jumps 40% in market debut
Today 12:36 EDT
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari is scheduled to speak at a public health forum Wednesday hosted by Harvard T.H. Chan School.
Stop asking 'How can we improve?' Research says the best CEOs do these 3 things when asking for feedback
Today 12:19 EDT
Workplace disruptions from Covid-19 have forced managers to adjust to new ways of working and leading. But simply having an open-door policy or saying "all feedback is welcome" isn't enough to keep...
As we head into the sixth month of remote work and learning, parents are finding themselves exhausted and frustrated. Employers see an opportunity to ramp up their benefits programs to reflect the new...
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Nike, Tesla, Stitch Fix, Peloton, Nikola & more
Today 12:09 EDT
Here's why most Americans are not able to vote online in 2020
Today 12:06 EDT
Online voting seems like a safe and easy solution for the 2020 presidential election, which will be held in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. The concept isn't anything new; a dozen countries,...
The comments cast even greater doubt on the feasibility of achieving so-called herd immunity, which is reached when enough of the population has developed immunity against the virus so that it cannot...
In pictures: RBG lies in repose at the Supreme Court
Today 12:01 EDT
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court for two days before lying in state in the U.S. Capitol.
Interactive Brokers braces for election volatility by telling clients to put up more cash
Today 11:51 EDT
Interactive Brokers is increasing margin requirements by as much as 35% heading into the November presidential election.
New York attorney general opposes Eric Trump efforts to delay subpoena until after presidential election
Today 11:41 EDT
The New York attorney general's office is probing whether the Trump Organization misstated the value of properties. They want to interview Eric Trump.
Volunteers in the UK will reportedly be exposed to the coronavirus to speed up vaccine development
Today 11:26 EDT
London is set to host the first human coronavirus "challenge trials," where volunteers are deliberately exposed to Covid-19 in order to test whether vaccines work, according to a report in the...
The vehicle will be targeted at mainstream buyers, starting at $39,995 when it arrives in U.S. showrooms early next year.
Southwest Airlines CEO 'hopeful' on more government aid but hesitant to cut capacity without it
Today 11:02 EDT
Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly says he's 'hopeful' the government will provide the industry with billions more in aid but says there are limits to cutting capacity without it.
AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trials remains on hold in the U.S., HHS chief Azar says
Today 11:02 EDT
AstraZeneca's late-stage coronavirus vaccine trials in the U.S. remains on hold as federal investigators seek "answers to important questions," HHS Secretary Alex Azar told CNBC.
Blue Origin is looking to hire an "Orbital Habitat Formulation Lead," according to a job posting earlier this week.
Fauci tells Congress 'it might take some time' before the public gets a coronavirus vaccine
Today 10:29 EDT
Fauci also said there's "growing optimism" that scientists will find one or more safe and effective vaccines by the end of the year or early 2021.