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Robinhood chooses the Nasdaq for its IPO, sources say
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Robinhood has chosen the Nasdaq for its eventual initial public offering, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Virginia gets close to legalizing recreational weed as other states eye cannabis tax windfalls
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Virginia finalizing its legalization of marijuana, while other states are calling for similar measures.
A top Democrat wants Biden's infrastructure bill to reduce energy tax breaks, limit them to green initiatives
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Sen. Ron Wyden, who leads the Senate Finance Committee, wants Biden's infrastructure bill to cut tax breaks for the energy industry.
Unemployment rate understates what's going on, expert says, as millions of women remain out of workforce
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McAfee and his "cryptocurrency team" advisor Jimmy Watson allegedly engaged in an "age-old pump-and-dump scheme," authorities said.
While the bill does not itself include student debt forgiveness, the provision may be a sign that debt forgiveness is a serious priority on the horizon.
Democrats want to send more unemployment benefits. Some workers never got the last round
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Democrats' $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan would pay more jobless benefits. But some have yet to receive aid from the Covid relief bill passed in December.
Goldman’s Hatzius says Covid damage on labor market will last into 2022, stimulus still needed
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"The economy and the labor market are still far away from where they ultimately need to be," Goldman's Jan Hatzius told CNBC.
CDC study finds easing mask mandates, restaurant restrictions led to higher Covid cases and deaths
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A new CDC study published on Friday found that local mask requirements and limited dining at restaurants can help reduce the spread of Covid-19.
The cost of mining for cryptocash
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Bitcoin and ethereum have been on record runs higher in 2021, but mining for cryptocash is getting more expensive.
GOP groups quiet as billionaire donor stands accused of running biggest tax fraud scheme ever
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Robert Brockman, accused of running the biggest tax fraud scheme in U.S. history, was a prolific donor to Republican groups and causes.
Employment statistics for women of color were not only more severe when the pandemic began, but are more sluggish in improving.
"And when there is mass trauma, it affects communities for many years to come," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.
President Joe Biden supports raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour. Here's how Social Security benefits would be calculated at that rate.
Latest Democrat deal would give Americans a tax waiver on the first $10,200 of their 2020 unemployment benefits
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As part of a compromise reached Friday by Senate Democrats, Americans who received unemployment benefits last year could get a portion of their taxes waived.
Detroit mayor rejects initial J&J vaccine shipment, saying Pfizer and Moderna are 'the best'
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Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said the city had enough supply of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to cover demand from eligible residents.
New York lawmakers move to strip Gov. Andrew Cuomo of emergency Covid powers as sex, death data scandals roil state
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is under fire for a cover-up of coronavirus death data, and sexual harassment allegations.
Self-employed and gig workers can now apply for PPP loans under new rules. Here's what you need to know
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The Small Business Administration is ready to accept updated PPP loan applications from sole proprietors looking to take advantage of the new loan calculation.
I spend 5 hours a day staring at my iPhone — here's how to measure and control your phone addiction
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iPhones have a feature called Screen Time that can help you limit how long you use it. It was first introduced in 2018, and this guide will help you check it.
Senate Democrats to reduce jobless aid boost in Covid relief bill but extend it another month
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The change to Democrats' $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill would keep a $300 per week unemployment supplement in place through September.
Alexi Robichaux considers himself a career coach to other career coaches. Here's the reasoning behind his favorite job interview question.
February's much stronger-than-expected job growth could the be start of a period of much stronger hiring, as the economy reopens.
More than 4 million Americans are long-term unemployed, according to the February jobs report. Their jobless benefits are set to end after March 14.
1 in 10 Americans say they'll never financially recover from the Covid crisis: Survey
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The so-called K-shaped recovery has split the nation nearly in half, with the wealthiest Americans faring better than before as millions more face setbacks.
VW expects half of U.S. sales to be electric vehicles by 2030
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Volkswagen is accelerating plans to increase sales of all-electric vehicles globally in the U.S., Europe and China.
A pause on student loan payments will leave most borrowers with extra cash through September. These are the best ways to use the money, according to experts.
Snapchat says its NBA content up 25% as the league prepared for its 2021 All-Star Game in Atlanta. The parties renewed their revenue-share agreement last January.