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CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Black Friday online shopping on track to hit record as holiday shoppers skip stores, Adobe says
With the pace of Black Friday online shopping, U.S. consumers will have spent at least $6.2 million per minute on the day of holiday sales, according to Adobe.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Oxford, WHO scientists say more data needed on AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine trials
More data is needed from AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine trials beyond what was presented in a press release, experts from the WHO and Oxford University said.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

A Black Friday unlike any other: What four retail analysts are watching this holiday season
Black Friday sales may be strong this year, but how consumers are shopping is entirely different from any other holiday season, market analysts say.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Working remotely from different states? You could face additional state taxes next year
Working remotely from different states? You could face new tax obligations next year.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Long lines for Covid testing not going away anytime soon, Summit CityMD CEO says: 'We are being inundated'
"These lines are going to continue until a vaccine comes out and until the nice weather comes about," Summit CityMD CEO Dr. Jeffrey Le Benger said.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Black Friday may have undergone a 'fundamental change' due to the coronavirus pandemic
"We're seeing a fundamental change in the promotional calendar," former Saks CEO Steve Sadove told CNBC.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Pilot shortage prompts rare flight cancellations at Delta over Thanksgiving break
Pilot shortage prompts rare flight cancellations at Delta over Thanksgiving weekend

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Watch live: World Health Organization holds a briefing on Covid as Europe's outbreak appears to slow
The World Health Organizations is holding a briefing Friday on the coronavirus pandemic as cases in Europe begin to show signs of slowing after a handful of countries shuttered their economies for weeks.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Black Friday 2020 looks bleak at stores, malls, as shoppers stick to couch surfing during the pandemic
Hardly any lines. Empty parking lots. More employees than customers in stores. These are just some of the scenes playing out on Black Friday 2020.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Thanksgiving Day online sales hit record $5.1 billion, up 21.5% from last year, Adobe says
The strong online shopping data reflects that many consumers are avoiding malls and buying gifts from their couch during the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

One of November's worst-performing stocks could have 30% upside, chart suggests
Hanesbrands appears to be in a stronger position than the S&P 500's other laggards this month, two traders say.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Main Street pins hopes on Small Business Saturday sales to help stay afloat
It's uncertain how Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28 will move the needle and help the millions of business owners on Main Street struggling to survive.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Britain tries to cool AstraZeneca concerns as its CEO touts a new vaccine trial
Britain has asked its medicine regulator to assess the vaccine for a temporary supply, which could mean it's rolled out in the country before the end of the year.

CNBC Business
Nov 27, 2020

Coronavirus mutations do not appear to be helping it spread more rapidly, study says
It comes as drugmakers and research centers scramble to deliver a safe and effective vaccine to help bring an end to the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

Singapore's co-developed vaccine candidate is in 'good shape' for delivery in 2021
Positive results were announced by Singapore's Covid vaccine candidate ARCT-021, developed by Arcturus Therapeutics together with Duke-NUS Medical School.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

World's largest offshore wind farm seals financing deal worth $8 billion
First two phases of the development will be built simultaneously.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

The athleisure market is heating up as consumers flock to 'comfort in uncomfortable times'
The athleisure market, fraught with competition, is expected to see sales in the U.S. total $105.1 billion in 2020.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

Covid mutations do not appear to be helping the virus spread more rapidly, study says
It comes as drugmakers and research centers scramble to deliver a safe and effective vaccine to help bring an end to the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

AstraZeneca and Oxford defend Covid vaccine trials after questions raised in the U.S.
"We believe that this product will never be licensed in the U.S.," one group of critical U.S.-based analysts wrote this week.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

Deutsche Bank bullish about the 2021 economic recovery — but there are two key risks
Deutsche Bank upgraded its global growth outlook for 2021 but cautioned that two key risks could still spoil the economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

Siemens and Deutsche Bahn plan trial of hydrogen-powered train in Germany
Interest in "green hydrogen" has started to increase in recent years.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

No ski resorts and no fireworks: How Europeans will spend Christmas this year
There's one thing that most people are agreed upon: Christmas is not likely to be the same this year.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

World's largest medical glove maker becomes the epicenter of Malaysia's Covid resurgence
Top Glove has shut 20 manufacturing sites in Malaysia after thousands of workers tested positive for the coronavirus disease.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

No ski resorts or fireworks but a lot of bubbles: How Europeans will spend Christmas this year
There's one thing that most people are agreed upon: Christmas is not likely to be the same this year.

CNBC Business
Nov 26, 2020

Disney increases layoffs to 32,000 workers as coronavirus batters its theme park business
The majority of these layoffs will be from its parks, experiences and products division and include the 28,000 workers that the company previously announced.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Tree pods and beach bedrooms: Social distancing in the Maldives
From treetop dining to underwater villas, the Maldives is coming up with imaginative ways to help travelers stay socially distanced.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

'This is not a trend' — L.L.Bean CEO says preorders show pandemic-driven outdoor boom will continue
"We feel like this is not a trend, this is a connection back to nature," private retailer L.L.Bean CEO Stephen Smith said on "Squawk on the Street."

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

‘We should be substantially back to normal' by summer 2021, says Operation Warp Speed's chief science advisor
Operation Warp Speed's Chief Science Advisor Moncef Slaoui said, "We hope that we'd have vaccinated 70% to 80% of the U.S. population by May or June of 2021."

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Pentagon sees uptick in coronavirus cases in military as major holidays approach
The Pentagon also recorded more than 1,300 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 among the sister service branches, a new record for the military in a 24-hour period.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Boston Market small group orders surge triple digits as CDC urges Thanksgiving gathering limits
With group dinner orders up 172% headed into Thanksgiving, Boston Market President Randy Miller said it's a sign Americans are heeding officials' advice.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Thanksgiving is usually a $250 million box office haul. This weekend it will be hard to reach $20 million
The Thanksgiving box office is set to see its worst haul in decades due to the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Cornish hens and restaurant meals: What Thanksgiving looks like in a pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic means consumers will be celebrating Thanksgiving differently this year.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

'It's been crazy' — Maker of ultra-cold freezers sees surge in demand to store Covid vaccines
"Right now, we are out of everything," Dan Hensler of So-Low Environmental Equipment told CNBC.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Nissan is trying to bounce back from turmoil and losses
Nissan was once regarded as one of the automotive world's great comeback stories. But now it is embroiled in turmoil and struggling once again.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

New York Gov. Cuomo says 'states are broke' and need federal funding to distribute Covid vaccine
Cuomo said distributing a vaccine is going to be much harder than anticipated, citing the early difficulties states had administering Covid tests.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

The CDC is expected to shorten Covid quarantine time, something most everyone seems to agree on
"I mean, frankly we probably should have done this sooner," Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former U.S. Food and Drug Administration commissioner, told CNBC.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Jewelry sales staging a holiday comeback as shoppers look to add sparkle to challenging year
Jewelers will try to drive holiday sales by encouraging purchases as a romantic gesture, a Zoom accessory or a way to brighten a very challenging year.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Gap, Square, Nikola, Nordstrom & more
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Delta pilots approve cost-cutting measures to avoid furloughs until 2022
Delta pilots approve cost-cutting measures to avoid furloughs until 2022

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

JPMorgan 'skeptical' about GM producing Nikola badger pickup
JPMorgan is "skeptical" about Nikola finalizing a deal with GM to produce an electric pickup called the Badger for the embattled vehicle start-up.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Neiman Marcus' holiday perks are very 2020: Santa delivers curbside and virtual gift advisors send champagne
Santa will be busy delivering packages curbside at Neiman Marcus this holiday season. This is just one of its initiatives to try to win customers over.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Watch live: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo holds a press briefing on Covid as cases climb
On Monday, Cuomo announced that the state would reopen a temporary field hospital on Staten Island to help treat an influx of coronavirus patients.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

SpaceX plans for Starship test flight next week, which Elon Musk gives 1-in-3 odds of landing intact
SpaceX is aiming to launch its latest Starship rocket prototype as early as "next week," CEO Elon Musk said on Tuesday

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Buying a home: Why it's harder for younger generations than their parents
A report by the Urban Institute estimates 3.4 millennials would be homeowners had the rate of homeownership kept up with previous generations.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

ViacomCBS sells Simon & Schuster to Penguin Random House for $2 billion
ViacomCBS announced Wednesday that it would sell publishing company Simon & Schuster to Penguin Random House in a deal worth $2.175 billion.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

L Brands names a new chief to lead Victoria's Secret, as it works to revive the lingerie brand
L Brands tapped Martin Waters, current head of its international division, as CEO of Victoria's Secret, replacing John Mehas.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

NBA may get creative with scheduling if next season boosts viewership
League officials will explore releasing two schedules based around its national TV games and integrating future series models to help network partners.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

The challenges Pfizer faces distributing its Covid-19 vaccine to the masses
Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine, made in partnership with BioNTech, needs to be stored at subzero temperatures and distribution challenges lie ahead.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

FDA clears a 'new generation' of Covid antibody test designed to tell how well someone is protected against the virus
The new test is important because it can be used by researchers to further study the relationship between Covid-19 antibodies and protection against the virus.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

5 things to know before the stock market opens Wednesday
Stocks looked to take a breather on Wednesday following a banner day on Wall Street.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Anti-spending movement gains momentum ahead of Black Friday
Holiday debt typically rises every year, but in 2020 financial experts caution shoppers to stick to a budget.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Why Pizza Hut fell behind in the pizza wars
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, pizza makers that have their delivery game in place and digital assets in order have seen big gains.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Covid cases are exploding across U.S. and Thanksgiving could be an 'accelerator event'
"I'm not scared for the day itself, but for what's going to happen, two, three, and four weeks later," Dr. Megan Ranney, an emergency physician in Rhode Island, said.

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Two bankers failed miserably in the finance industry. But turned their experiences into a new HBO show
Ex-bankers Mickey Down and Konrad Kay talked to CNBC about channeling their own experiences of the financial sector into writing hit TV show "Industry,."

CNBC Business
Nov 25, 2020

Health care is going digital and that could make it 'almost free,' says tech investor Tim Draper
In future, artificial intelligence will help to diagnose patients and develop the medicine required at "very low costs," says venture capitalist Tim Draper.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

When will the world reach ‘herd immunity'? Citi economists weigh in
Analysis by Citi Research showed that the economic benefits of vaccination may not kick in until late 2021, when "herd immunity" is expected to start forming.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Nikola shares fall after CEO fails to reassure investors GM won't pull out of $2 billion deal
Nikola stock fell during afterhours trading after its CEO declined to comment on a deal being finalized with GM and a potential stock selloff by its ex-chairman.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Texas food bank doubles amount of people it serves amid coronavirus pandemic
Eric Cooper, CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank in Texas, said that they now feed double the amount of people they used to compared to pre-pandemic levels.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

HP CEO says dividend boost is a 'sign of the confidence' in the PC maker's future
"What this crisis has shown is that we are a very resilient company," HP CEO Enrique Lores said after the company posted a better-than-expected earnings report.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Jim Cramer on Dow hitting 30,000: Beating Covid-19 will be ‘like the end of Prohibition'
"If we can get this thing under control, it is going to be like the end of Prohibition," CNBC's Jim Cramer said after Tuesday's close.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Gap shares tumble as earnings fall short, retailer 'remains optimistic' about the holidays
Gap reported fiscal third-quarter earnings that fell short of expectations, as higher spending on marketing offset sales gains at Old Navy and Athleta.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Nordstrom shares rise as retailer shows signs of recovery, helped by its Anniversary Sale
"We are encouraged by the positive momentum and expect continued progress in the fourth quarter and into 2021," said Pete Nordstrom, president and chief brand officer of Nordstrom

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Gap, Nordstrom, Dell Technologies & more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after hours on Tuesday, Nov. 24.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

'The Croods: A New Age' has a solid voice cast but its story is 'hyperactive' and 'uninspired,' critics say
Despite a decent slate of reviews, many critics wonder if it's worth it for audiences to abandon their couches to go see "The Croods: A New Age" in theaters.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

U.S. to test run Covid vaccine distribution networks as it awaits FDA clearance in 'just a few weeks'
The shipments, which won't contain the actual vaccine vials, will test the systems used by state health departments to order vaccine doses.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Texas hospitals prepare to administer Covid vaccine shots in less than three weeks
"I didn't expect to get vaccine so soon, frankly," chief clinical officer of UT Health Dr. Amy Young said. "We'll be ready for it whenever we get it."

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Watch live: Pentagon officials hold Covid briefing as military struggles to contain outbreaks


CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Biden transition team receives official Operation Warp Speed briefing, HHS' Azar says, after weeks of delays
"We are immediately getting them all of the pre-prepared transition briefing materials," Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Investors try to gauge if retail's stay-at-home trends will stick as Covid vaccine is in sight
Investors are getting nervous about whether retailers like Best Buy and Home Depot that have benefited from stay-at-home trends can sustain their momentum.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Abercrombie & Fitch CEO says it has a playbook to deal with closures as Covid threatens to shutter stores
Abercrombie & Fitch is facing another round of temporary store closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, threatening its holiday performance.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Tesla, Dollar Tree, Carnival, Best Buy and more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves in midday trading.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Watch live: Trump administration officials speak on Covid vaccine distribution
U.S. officials are are holding a briefing on the Trump administration's coronavirus vaccine program Operation Warp Speed.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

'Black Friday has turned into Cyber Month' - here are the best deals
Some of the best Black Friday deals of the season are already online. Here are the top picks from shopping pros.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Cramer calls this stock market environment 'the most speculative' he's ever seen
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday that gains in the speculative part of the stock market are "insane."

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

FreshDirect CEO says customers will only see benefits after Dutch grocer buys majority stake
Ahold Delhaize and Centerbridge Partners, a private equity firm, announced on Wednesday that they are buying FreshDirect.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Dick's Sporting Goods picks President Lauren Hobart as CEO, sees sales surge as consumers buy fitness gear
Dick's Sporting Goods said Lauren Hobart will succeed Ed Stack as chief executive on Feb. 1.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Best Buy tops estimates on strong online sales, but shares fall on lack of holiday forecast
Despite its strong third quarter, Best Buy declined to provide an outlook because of the pandemic.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

In New York's East River, a tidal power project takes shape
The pre-commercial system is the latest example of a tidal power project being put through its paces.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Dick's Sporting Goods taps President Lauren Hobart as CEO, sales surge as consumers buy fitness gear
Dick's Sporting Goods on Tuesday announced its current president, Lauren Hobart, is set to succeed Ed Stack as chief executive on Feb. 1.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Russia plans to produce 1 billion doses of its ‘cheaper' Covid vaccine
Russia has said that it will make its own shot cheaper than its rivals, and aims to produce 1 billion doses next year.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

5 things to know before the stock market opens Tuesday
Dow futures rose Tuesday, with the Trump administration approving Joe Biden's transition and the president-elect set to pick Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Hyperice lands NFL deal as it moves closer to a $1 billion valuation
Hyperice CEO Jim Huether said the recovery tech firm should reach a $1 billion valuation in 2021 after the NFL partnership.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

A top Democrat on the House antitrust panel sets sights on Big Pharma after wrapping up tech probe
Rep. Joe Neguse, D-Colo., wants the committee to examine the FTC's common approach to approving pharmaceutical mergers.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

Tennis champion Daniil Medvedev says it's ‘tough' to talk about the future of the sport
Newly-crowned Nitto ATP Finals tennis champion Daniil Medvedev has told CNBC that it's "tough to talk about the future" of the sport.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

UK cuts its quarantine policy to five days — but there's a catch
Travellers arriving in the UK will be able to cut their self-isolation period from 14 to 5 days starting next month if they test negative for the coronavirus.

CNBC Business
Nov 24, 2020

When will the world reach ‘herd immunity'? Citi weighs in
An analysis by Citi Research showed that "herd immunity" start to form in the fourth quarter of 2021, beginning with developed markets.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

Asia is leading the way in travel recovery, says bookings platform Agoda
The best pockets of recovery are domestic travel in Taiwan, Thailand and increasingly, Vietnam, said John Brown of Agoda, a subsidiary of Booking Holdings.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

Jim Cramer worries White House transition could complicate vaccine distribution
"My bet is that the vaccine will be readily available, at least, by March," the "Mad Money" host said.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

'Close to 1,000' Cleveland Clinic caregivers infected with Covid-19, says hospital official
The Cleveland Clinic's Chief Caregiver Officer urged her community to follow social distancing and mask guidelines as Covid-19 grips caregivers in her hospital.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

Jim Cramer unveils list of 'return to normalcy' stocks to buy on vaccine optimism
"I think you have to buy a couple of these vaccine winners on any weakness, although when it comes to retail, I just say buy some," the "Mad Money" host said.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

Cramer reveals retail stocks to play Larry Williams' 'Thanksgiving trade'
"The charts, as interpreted by the legendary Larry Williams, suggest that retail tends to roar every year from Thanksgiving through Christmas," Cramer said.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

'We haven't learned': Grocery workers face new challenges as Covid worsens, pandemic fatigue sets in
Grocery workers say they're facing health risks and new challenges as the coronavirus pandemic intensifies during the holiday season.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

Doctors say CDC should warn people the side effects from Covid vaccine shots won't be 'a walk in the park'


CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

A software company used by major sports teams sees opportunity amid pandemic
The sports tech company, owned by former Tampa Bay Lightning executive Angelina Lawton, wants up to $25 million to target acquisitions.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

GM withdraws support for Trump's lawsuit against California over emissions
GM is withdrawing from litigation led by the Trump administration against California over the state being allowed to set its own emissions regulations.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

New York Gov. Cuomo reopens Covid field hospital in Staten Island as hospitalizations accelerate
New York will reopen a temporary field hospital on Staten Island to help treat an influx of coronavirus patients, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Monday.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

'The Croods: A New Age' will be a 'non-event' at the Thanksgiving box office, analysts say
While cinema owners are excited to have a family-friendly title in theaters, industry experts aren't convinced "The Croods" sequel is a box office savior.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

Retail trade group sees holiday sales up 3.6% to 5.2%, posting 'strong finish' to 2020 in spite of pandemic
NRF President and CEO Matt Shay said, "Consumers are very engaged [and] looking for opportunities to celebrate."

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

Another gift from 2020: Car buyers seeking Black Friday deals likely out of luck this year
Edmunds estimates the average discount on a new vehicle in October was $2,046, about 23% lower than last year due to Covid-19.

CNBC Business
Nov 23, 2020

'Unprecedented' Covid spread puts health-care workers at risk, says Minnesota hospital CEO
"You cannot manufacture a talented and compassionate caregiver, and that's where we're having trouble with now," Allina Health CEO Dr. Penny Wheeler told CNBC.

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