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Mar 03, 2021

A guide on how not to embarrass yourself while traveling in Japan
Travelers often research hotels and attractions, but what about etiquette? Here's a guide on the social customs Japan wants travelers to know before they arrive.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's 'casual sexism' hinders equality for everyone, author says
Author Joanne Lipman said that Gov. Andrew Cuomo's recent reported behavior toward women feeds into institutional sexism.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Stocks are trading on reopening optimism but risks remain, Jim Cramer says
"They're betting we'll soon be able to rip our masks off and go back to normal, and that's the crux of this market right now," the "Mad Money" host said.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Canopy leveraging Constellation relationship to bring CBD-infused drink to U.S. stores
Canopy Growth announced it will begin selling Quatreau sparkling water online in the U.S. It plans to put the drinks on store shelves later this year.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Detroit expands Covid vaccine eligibility to autoworkers
Autoworkers in Detroit are now eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine without any restrictions such as age or proof of preexisting conditions.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Tesla won't be 'king of the hill' in electric vehicles forever, says ex-board member Steve Westly
Tesla is facing "competition from all sectors. They're going to have to double down to compete," early investor and ex-board member Steve Westly told CNBC.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Johnson & Johnson CEO on Merck vaccine partnership: 'Extraordinary times take extraordinary efforts'
Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky discussed on Tuesday the company's unprecedented partnership with rival Merck to boost production of its Covid-19 vaccine.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Japanese billionaire to fly eight members of the public on SpaceX moon flight
Yusaku Maezawa announced he will choose eight members of the public to join him on a trip around the moon, scheduled to fly on SpaceX's Starship in 2023.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Detroit expands Covid vaccine eligibility to auto workers
Autoworkers are now eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine without any restrictions such as age or proof of preexisting conditions in Detroit.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

President Joe Biden urges states to vaccinate teachers, school staff this month
Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, hailed the president's remarks as a concrete step toward reopening schools for in-person learning.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

SpaceX is building a factory in Austin, Texas for Starlink satellite internet equipment
SpaceX plans to build a new factory in Austin, Texas in another expansion to the region from one of Elon Musk's companies.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Stocks making the biggest moves after the bell: Lyft, Nordstrom, Box & more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Tuesday, March 2.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Nordstrom shares fall as shipping delays boost retailer's inventory heading into 2021
Nordstrom's fourth-quarter results topped analysts' estimates, but the company warned that it is still working through impacts from delayed holiday shipments.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Biden says Merck will help make Johnson & Johnson's Covid vaccine
Biden announced Tuesday that pharmaceutical giant Merck will help make Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine, a senior administration official said.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Texas, Mississippi lift Covid restrictions and mask mandates, despite CDC warnings
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.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

NIH halts trial of Covid plasma treatment after researchers found no benefit
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.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

As Ebola spreads in Africa, CDC requires airlines to collect contact information on travelers from DRC, Guinea
The risk of Ebola spreading to the U.S. is "extremely low," the CDC said last week.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Golden Globes viewership sinks to 13-year low, as awards show loses two-thirds of audience
Not even Tina Fey and Amy Poehler could save Sunday's Golden Globes from sour ratings.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Jeff Bezos would pay over $5 billion a year under Warren's wealth tax
Sen. Elizabeth Warren said the tax is even more urgent during the Covid crisis as it has exposed and accelerated America's wealth gap.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Target to invest $4 billion to speed along new stores and remodels, expand ability to fill online orders
The retailer told investors and analysts that it has room to run, despite significant market share gains and sales growth during the pandemic.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Parallel CEO says $1.9 billion SPAC deal will help it fund R&D efforts and look for acquisitions
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

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

How much I overpaid by living off bitcoin for a week
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.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

How to cut costs at the pump as gas prices keep rising
As demand for gasoline picks up and prices continue edging upward, it can make sense to try reducing what you pay at the pump.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Netflix leads Hollywood but lags the S&P 500, so buy the weakness, strategists say
Netflix may have stormed the Golden Globes, but its share price has underwhelmed over the past six months. Here's what to do.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Kohl's says it has no plans to sell more real estate and lease it back. Here's why
Kohl's said it isn't planning for any further sales of its real estate to then lease it back, despite activists pressuring the company to take this route.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

'Raya and the Last Dragon' is 'joyous,' 'dynamic' and a visual marvel, critics say
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.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

New planes, training and hiring: Airlines are planning for a rebound after dismal pandemic year
Airlines are starting to position themselves for a revival in air travel demand, hiring employees, buying new planes and training pilots.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Golden Globes ratings sink to all-time low, as awards show loses two-thirds of audience
Not even Tina Fey and Amy Poehler could save Sunday's Golden Globes from sour ratings.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Rocket Mortgage, Novavax, TripAdvisor and more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves in midday trading.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

House panel investigates One Medical for allegedly letting rich clients cut Covid vaccine line
Complaints about the company have prompted regulators, including the Washington Department of Health, to halt distribution of the vaccines to One Medical.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Target to invest $4 billion to speed new stores and remodels, expand ability to fill online orders
The retailer told investors and analysts that it has room to run, despite significant market share gains and sales growth during the pandemic.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Target CEO Brian Cornell says he was surprised by the surge of shoppers in January
Target CEO Brian Cornell said store traffic picked up in January, even after the holiday season ended.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Kohl's shares rise as retailer posts better-than-expected earnings, sees sales growth in 2021
Kohl's on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter earnings and sales that topped analysts' estimates.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Kohl's says it added 2 million new customers in 2020, thanks to Amazon
Kohl's said it added at least 2 million new customers last year, thanks to an unlikely friend that it has found in Amazon.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Real-world data shows Pfizer's Covid vaccine is giving 'very strong' results after one dose
Figures in a research paper from Public Health England showed how vaccines can significantly reduce hospitalizations in the elderly.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Volvo says it will be 'fully electric' by 2030 and move car sales online
Volvo Cars becomes the latest firm to detail plans for a future centered around electric mobility.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Tesla vs. Lucid: Here's how the EV rivals are and aren't alike
Lucid is following Tesla's playbook with manufacturing, sales and service while charting a different path with EV charging infrastructure and advertising.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Sen. Warren on wealth tax: 'I think most people would rather be rich' and pay 2 or 3 cents more
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's latest wealth-tax proposal calls for an annual tax of 2%, or 2 cents, on every dollar of people's wealth worth above $50 million.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Creating safe and affordable homes is reaching a crisis point
Climate disasters across the country have sparked concern about the safety of homes.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Truck sharing start-up Fluid Truck raises capital in bid to disrupt rental industry
As Fluid Truck looks to expand, it will be leveraging its relationship with IKEA.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Pressured European officials are trying to drum up support for the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine
European officials are coming under increasing pressure to reverse restrictions on who can receive the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

5 things to know before the stock market opens Tuesday
U.S. stock futures dipped Tuesday after starting March with a broad rally. The S&P 500 had its best session since June.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Biden to announce Merck will help make Johnson & Johnson's Covid vaccine


CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Taco Bell owner Yum Brands buys A.I. business to improve marketing
Yum Brands has bought a business unit from Kvantum that uses artificial intelligence for marketing performance analytics.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Kohl's shares rise after retailer posts better-than-expected earnings, sees sales growth in 2021
Kohl's on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter earnings and sales that topped analysts' estimates.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Target earnings top estimates as sales rise 21%, boosted by a surge of post-holiday shoppers
The big-box retailer already reported holiday sales, but its online sales gained momentum into January as Americans received $600 stimulus checks.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Software company Simplebet raises $15 million for new sports-betting service
Simplebet CEO Chris Bevilacqua told CNBC the firm is also in discussions with another top tier sports gambling provider for its micro-betting product.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Kevin Hart jumps into the $12 billion sports-supplement market with investment in Nutrabolt
Comedian Kevin Hart took an equity stake in sports nutrition-maker Nutrabolt, building on his investment portfolio.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

How Covid-19 caused a global shortage of semiconductors and computer chips


CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Target earnings top estimates as sales jump 21%, boosted by strong holiday season, stimulus checks
The big-box retailer already reported holiday sales, but its online sales gained momentum into January as Americans received $600 stimulus checks.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Russia's coronavirus vaccine is alluring for Eastern Europe, creating a headache for the EU
As the EU continues to struggle with the lethargic rollout of coronavirus vaccines across the 27 member bloc, Russia's Covid shot is proving alluring to some.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

India's plan to divest state-owned companies is 'back on track', says top official
The country has a disinvestment target of 1.75 trillion rupees (about $24 billion) for the next fiscal year which starts on April 1.

CNBC Business
Mar 02, 2021

Chinese Tesla rival Nio says global chip shortage will hit its electric car production
Chinese electric car start-up Nio said Tuesday a global chip shortage will force it to produce fewer cars in the second quarter.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Surgeon opposes relaxing of Covid restrictions: 'We haven't even come down below the surge last summer'
Surgeon Dr. Atul Gawande explains why it's "too soon" to roll back Covid restrictions, as many states ease social distancing rules.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

As tourism picks up again, Maldives steps up efforts to diversify its faltering economy
Maldives is working to expand its fisheries and agriculture sectors, according to President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Jim Cramer says these five reopening stocks are being ignored by Wall Street
"I bet they'll seem a lot more obvious as they go higher in the next few months," he said

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Jim Cramer says the 'fear gauge' induced a buying opportunity in stocks
After the volatility index spiked during last week's market sell-off, the "Mad Money" host is seeing optimistic signs.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Martin Marietta Materials CEO is bullish as he expects more federal spending on roads
Martin Marietta Materials CEO Ward Nye expects the Biden White House to make good on its plans to boost federal spending on the country's infrastructure.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Novavax expects FDA clearance for Covid vaccine as early as May, CEO says
The Food and Drug Administration could authorize Novavax's Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use as early as May, the company's CEO, Stanley Erck, told CNBC.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Nike's North American head Ann Hebert resigns after report reveals ties to a sneaker resale biz
Nike said Monday that the vice president and general manager of its North America division, Ann Hebert, has left the retailer, effect immediately.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Macy's Operating Chief Harper to depart, the post will remain vacant amid other leadership changes
Macy's announced management changes as the retailer looks to woo back customers, who have been shopping online and avoiding malls during the pandemic.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

CDC says J&J Covid vaccine is OK for people who have allergic reaction to Pfizer's or Moderna's
There were 47 reports of severe allergic reactions in those who received Pfizer's vaccine and 19 cases in those who got Moderna's as of Jan. 18, the CDC said.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Stocks making the biggest moves after the bell: Zoom, Roku, Novavax & more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Monday, March 1.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders propose 3% wealth tax on billionaires
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Bernie Sanders and a slew of other Democrats proposed a 2% tax on wealth above $50 million and a 3% tax on wealth over $1 billion.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

FTC asks five e-cigarette firms, including Juul, to turn over more sales and advertising data
The FTC is issuing orders to five tobacco companies including Juul and R.J. Reynolds for information on its 2019-2020 sales, advertising and promotional data.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

The Oscars should heed these 5 lessons from the Golden Globes and Emmys
This year's Golden Globes telecast provides the upcoming Academy Awards show with a blueprint of do's and don'ts.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

McDonald's considers partial sale of drive-thru tech start-up Dynamic Yield
The company plans to sell Dynamic Yield's third-party business, which is outside what it provides to McDonald's restaurants.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Walmart nabs Goldman Sachs bankers to help lead its new fintech start-up
The retail giant is looking for other ways to drive revenue, from advertising to financial services.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Rocket Lab CEO says SPAC deal is 'a supercharger' for growth and adds ability to launch astronauts
Rocket Lab is going public in the next few months and CEO Peter Beck spoke to CNBC to break down the space company's opportunities from the new cash pile.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Fauci says Biden administration is taking new Covid variant in New York 'very seriously'
Fauci said the New York strain likely originated in Washington Heights, a neighborhood in the uppermost area of Manhattan, before spreading to other boroughs.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

McDonald's considers partial sale of technology startup Dynamic Yield
The company plans to sell Dynamic Yield's third-party business, which is outside what it provides to McDonald's restaurants.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

CDC director 'really worried' about states rolling back Covid safety measures as U.S. cases appear to plateau
The CDC director said she is "really worried" about states rolling back Covid-19 restrictions as cases appear to be leveling off at a "very high number."

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Delta hands out bonuses to managers whose pay was cut in the pandemic
Delta managers are getting bonuses, some of them in the six figures, after getting pay cuts last year at the start of the pandemic.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Dr. Scott Gottlieb sees promising signs that Covid vaccines reduce virus transmission
Pfizer board member Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC there is growing evidence showing Covid vaccines cut down on person-to-person spread of the virus.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

United Airlines buys 25 additional Boeing 737 Max jets in vote of confidence in the planes
United is buying 25 additional Boeing 737 Max planes.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Major offshore wind farm using 187-meter high turbines starts to produce power
The U.K. is a world leader in the offshore wind sector.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Dr. Scott Gottlieb sees signs Covid vaccines reduce transmission, but question is how much
Pfizer board member Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC there is growing evidence showing Covid vaccines cut down on person-to-person spread of the virus.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Watch live: Biden Covid team holds briefing after FDA clears J&J's one-shot vaccine
President Joe Biden's Covid-19 response team is holding a news briefing on the coronavirus pandemic

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Florida Gov. DeSantis accused of favoritism in distributing Covid vaccine, Congress urged to investigate
Florida democrat Nikki Fried accused DeSantis of "inept distribution of vaccines at best, and corrupt political patronage at worst."

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

J&J CEO says single-shot Covid vaccine will keep people out of the hospital, prevent deaths
CEO Alex Gorsky told CNBC that J&J's newly approved vaccine will be an important tool in the fight against the pandemic.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Gatorade made a smart patch that measures your sweat and hydration
Gatorade is getting into the wearable fitness craze. The drink maker is launching the Sweat Patch to help athletes measure their fitness and hydration.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Not just Tesla: Tech analyst says electric vehicle stocks could soar 50% this year
Electric vehicle stocks could climb by 50% this year, according to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives, who thinks there's enough room in the market for Tesla rivals.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Small-launch leader Rocket Lab going public via a SPAC, with plans for bigger Neutron rocket
Rocket Lab, the leader among companies building small rockets to launch satellites, is going public through a SPAC merger.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

5 things to know before the stock market opens Monday
U.S. stock futures started the new month moving sharply higher Monday, trying to put a dent in the late February decline.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Oatly enters Starbucks cafes nationwide as it prepares for a big year
Starbucks cafes nationwide will carry Oatly's nondairy substitute starting Tuesday.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Op-ed: Here's the key decision that paved the way for development of Covid vaccines
Development of the vaccines has largely been due to a singular decision made after World War II, writes Walter Isaacson.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Satellite data company Spire goes public via SPAC, adding to a growing list of public space plays
Small satellite builder and data specialist Spire Global is planning to go public through a SPAC.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Big Lots could see its biggest post-earnings move in years. How you can trade it
Retail stocks have a big week ahead, but one particular trade could pay off more than the rest, says Piper Sandler's Craig Johnson.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

At-home fitness company Tonal to open shops within 40 Nordstrom stores
Nordstrom has struck a deal with Tonal, a company that sells a wall-mounted workout station for $2,995.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

GM's electric vehicle plans begin to take shape with new lower-priced Chevy Bolts
The all-electric Bolts - a redesigned hatchback and a new crossover - will both start at under $34,000, while the GMC Hummer later this year will cost $113,000.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

UK hunts for missing person infected with Covid variant first detected in Brazil
U.K. health officials are anxious to trace one of six individuals infected with a more contagious variant of the coronavirus, initially identified in Brazil.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

4 charts show how the UK's coronavirus vaccine rollout is starting to work
The first real-world data from the U.K.'s inoculation program has given an insight into how effective vaccines have been against Covid-19.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

This multibillion-dollar company is selling lab-grown chicken in a world-first
Californian food start-up Eat Just has become the first company to receive approval for the sale of its lab-grown cultured chicken meat. And it all started with a single cell.

CNBC Business
Mar 01, 2021

Soccer, basketball and football are the future of sports for Generation Alpha, survey finds
Morning Consult's 2021 survey suggests that Generation Alpha are favoring basketball, football, and soccer, while baseball remains low.

CNBC Business
Feb 28, 2021

CDC director signs off on J&J's single-shot Covid vaccine, clearing way for distribution to begin
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Friday that she would "stand by to review" the ACIP's recommendation and be "ready to sign."

CNBC Business
Feb 28, 2021

New York Attorney General to oversee investigation into Cuomo sexual harassment allegations
Some Democratic lawmakers joined Republicans to call on Cuomo to immediately resign and others have criticized the governor's pick to lead a review.

CNBC Business
Feb 28, 2021

New York Attorney General ready to oversee investigation into Cuomo sexual harassment allegations
Some Democratic lawmakers joined Republicans to call on Cuomo to immediately resign and others have criticized the governor's pick to lead a review.

CNBC Business
Feb 28, 2021

CDC panel recommends use of J&J's single-shot Covid vaccine, clearing way for distribution
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Friday that she would "stand by to review" the ACIP's recommendation and be "ready to sign."

CNBC Business
Feb 28, 2021

Cuomo, facing pressure from Democrats, agrees to independent probe of sexual harassment allegations
Some Democratic lawmakers joined Republicans to call on Cuomo to immediately resign and others have criticized the governor's pick to lead a review.

CNBC Business
Feb 28, 2021

People have spent more than $230 million buying and trading digital collectibles of NBA highlights
NBA Top Shots is like trading cards, but with a video highlight instead of a photo. People have spent more than $230 million buying and trading NBA highlights.

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