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Michael Cohen loyally served former President Trump for years as a lawyer and fixer. He now is helping Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance's criminal probe of Trump.
Nordstrom shares fall as shipping delays boost retailer's inventory heading into 2021
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Nordstrom's fourth-quarter results topped analysts' estimates, but the company warned that it is still working through impacts from delayed holiday shipments.
White House moves up vaccine supply timeline, says U.S. will have enough for every adult by end of May
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Doma has agreed to combine with Capitol Investment Corp. V, a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company.
40% of college students are 'addicted' to their smartphones, and it could be affecting their sleep: study
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A new study found that 40% of college student respondents in the UK had habits that were considered "smartphone addiction," which were associated with poor sleep.
While daily new cases have been falling rapidly since the peak in January, the decline appears to be levelling off at a worryingly high rate of infection.
Michelle Obama's advice to young women: 'It's OK not to know who you are or exactly what you want to be'
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Lyft now expects to manage its adjusted EBITDA loss in the first quarter to $135 million, from the $145 million to $150 million it previously forecast.
Facebook CFO David Wehner lowered expectations for what that the company's upcoming Ray-Ban smart glasses will be capable of.
The NIH halted a trial testing convalescent plasma in patients with mild-to-moderate Covid-19 symptoms after an independent group concluded it was unlikely to be beneficial.
Gary Gensler, Biden's pick to lead the SEC, said he would tackle cryptocurrency regulation, the "gamification" of trading and board diversity.
Congress' latest coronavirus relief proposal could help keep some seniors out of nursing homes
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The $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill would increase funding for Medicaid home and community-based services for seniors.
Facebook's growth rate could be impacted by Covid vaccines as consumers shift spending to services, CFO says
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Facebook CFO David Wehner said the company's advertising growth rate could be impacted as more consumers receive their Covid-19 vaccinations.
As Ebola spreads in Africa, CDC requires airlines to collect contact information on travelers from DRC, Guinea
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren said the tax is even more urgent during the Covid crisis as it has exposed and accelerated America's wealth gap.
Guggenheim's Minerd says don't count on rising yields, believes U.S. could even see negative rates
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Scott Minerd told "The Exchange" that the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield could turn negative in the next 18 months.
Parallel CEO says $1.9 billion SPAC deal will help it fund R&D efforts and look for acquisitions
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Parallel CEO Beau Wrigley told CNBC that it is a good time for the cannabis company to go public, noting that "it's a time for consolidation in the industry
Covid relief legislation may trigger higher student loan fees—but here’s why you shouldn’t worry just yet
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The Office of Management and Budget say fees on federal student loans may automatically increase in the 2021 fiscal year because of mandatory sequestration.
Democrats aim to send $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill to Biden by the end of next week
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Democrats aim to pass the $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan and get it to President Biden's desk before unemployment benefits expire on March 14.
Fortnite creator Epic Games buys the developer of Fall Guys, a title that defined the pandemic gaming boom
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Fortnite developer Epic Games has agreed to acquired Tonic Games Group, the firm behind the smash hit video game Fall Guys.
The Supreme Court shed much heat but little light on Tuesday during arguments over the scope of Voting Rights Act protections for minorities.
The U.S. economy has roared back to life in 2021, with first-quarter growth set to defy even the rosiest expectations.
Op-ed: Buying things with bitcoin now and in 2017 — what's changed and how much I overpaid
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Four years ago, I attempted to live off bitcoin for a week and failed. With bitcoin back in vogue now and recently hitting all-time high prices, I decided to put it to the test, again.
How to cut costs at the pump as gas prices keep rising
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As demand for gasoline picks up and prices continue edging upward, it can make sense to try reducing what you pay at the pump.
Senators call for recurring stimulus checks, automatic unemployment insurance extensions
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As Congress works on getting new coronavirus relief to Americans, one group of senators is calling for continued financial relief through the economic recovery.
Jeff Immelt, who got over $200 million when he left GE, on high CEO salaries: The 'good ones are probably worth more'
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Netflix may have stormed the Golden Globes, but its share price has underwhelmed over the past six months. Here's what to do.
Square stock jumps after it launches its own bank
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Square's new bank will offer FDIC-insured deposit accounts and loans to small businesses that have historically used the company for payment processing.
On Monday, reviews for the Disney's "Raya and the Last Dragon" began to trickle in, signaling that the House of Mouse has yet another hit on its hands.
New planes, training and hiring: Airlines are planning for a rebound after dismal pandemic year
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Airlines are starting to position themselves for a revival in air travel demand, hiring employees, buying new planes and training pilots.