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CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

All eyes on Walmart : Investors want to know if service is creating more loyal customers
The big-box retailer will report its first-quarter earnings on Tuesday and share how sales have fared as Covid-19 cases fall in the U.S.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Michael Burry of ‘The Big Short' reveals a $530 million bet against Tesla
Michael Burry is long puts against 800,100 shares of Tesla or $534 million by the end of the first quarter.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Biden warns states with low Covid vaccination rates may see cases rise again
Biden said it would be a needless "tragedy" to see Covid cases rise among those who do not get vaccinated.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

UAE is in talks with UK about 'red list' travel ban, should be off list 'soon,' Emirates chairman says
The U.K. Foreign Office currently "advises against all but essential travel to the whole of the UAE based on the current assessment of COVID-19 risks."

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

New York to adopt new CDC mask guidance for fully vaccinated people Wednesday, Gov. Cuomo says
New York state will adopt the CDC's new mask guidance for fully vaccinated people starting Wednesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Biden to say U.S. will send 20 million Pfizer, Moderna or J&J vaccine doses abroad by end of June
Those plans come after the White House said it would send 60 million doses of AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine to countries in need

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Target, CVS, Starbucks and other retailers ease mask mandates for fully vaccinated customers
Target, CVS and Starbucks joined a growing list of retailers and restaurants that will ease mask requirements for fully vaccinated customers.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

WHO says pandemic is far from over despite high vaccination rates in some countries
The global pandemic isn't over yet despite high Covid vaccination rates in some countries, the head of the World Health Organization warned.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

U.S. Covid cases, deaths fall further amid easing of mask requirements
U.S. Covid case counts fell further over the weekend, with the nationwide average at about 33,200 new cases per day, the lowest level since late June.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Target, Starbucks and other retailers ease mask mandates for fully vaccinated customers
Target and Starbucks on Monday joined a growing list of retailers and restaurants that will ease mask requirements for fully vaccinated customers.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Dr. Scott Gottlieb says 'nobody is going to be wearing' Covid masks by June
Former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday he expects by next month the prevalence of Covid is going to be "sufficiently low in this country."

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Amazon has a new plan to cut worker injuries by 50%
Can Amazon's obsessive attention to detail improve warehouse worker life? The answer may lie in a massive worker safety program coming to all of its U.S. sites.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Target joins Starbucks, others in not requiring mask for fully vaccinated customers unless required by law
Target and Starbucks joined a growing list of retailers and restaurants that will ease mask requirements Monday for fully vaccinated customers.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

5 things to know before the stock market opens Monday
U.S. stock futures fell Monday after Wall Street's worst weekly performances since February.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Tech firm Genius Sports wins data partnership with NBA's Basketball Africa League
Genius Sports' new deal with the NBA's league in Africa could allow the sports data company to test second- and third-screen viewing presentations.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Britain eases lockdown but Covid variant from India threatens summer freedom
From Monday, pubs, bars and restaurants can serve customers inside; museums, cinemas and theaters can reopen; and exercise classes and indoor sports can resume.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Long working hours are killing 745,000 people a year, research finds


CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Relentless Amazon has a new plan to cut worker injuries by 50%
Can Amazon's obsessive attention to detail improve warehouse worker life? The answer may lie in a massive worker safety program coming to all of its U.S. sites.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Brits are now allowed to take vacations abroad — but the tourism industry is calling for more
British tourists can fly to a list of 12 countries without having to quarantine upon their return - something that the tourism industry wants to widen.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Singapore and Hong Kong to postpone travel bubble again as Covid cases rise
The air travel bubble, which would have allowed travelers to skip quarantine, was initially planned to begin on May 26 after several delays.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

UK eases lockdown but Covid variant from India threatens summer freedom
From Monday, pubs, bars and restaurants can serve customers inside; museums, cinemas and theaters can reopen; and exercise classes and indoor sports can resume.

CNBC Business
May 17, 2021

Ryanair says business 'continues to be challenging' as traffic falls 81%
The budget airline reported a full-year net loss of 815 million euros as Covid-19 restrictions hit home.

CNBC Business
May 16, 2021

China says retail sales grew 17.7% in April, missing expectations
China said Monday that consumer spending grew at a slower-than-expected pace in April.

CNBC Business
May 16, 2021

Summer travel is returning: Here's who's booking and where they're going
Travel searches are surging, and bookings aren't far behind. But it isn't happening uniformly across continents. Here's who is booking and where they're going.

CNBC Business
May 16, 2021

Why some employees are quitting the 9-to-5 to be their own boss during the pandemic
As Covid-19 disrupted traditional industries and careers, some workers have decided to go it alone.

CNBC Business
May 16, 2021

CDC director defends telling fully vaccinated they can go without masks amid confusion in states, cities
"This was really science-driven, individual assessment of your risk," Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Sunday morning on NBC's "Meet the Press."

CNBC Business
May 16, 2021

Singapore to shut schools as coronavirus cases rise
Singapore will shut most schools from Wednesday after the city-state reported the highest number of local COVID-19 infections in months.

CNBC Business
May 16, 2021

Bullish baby boomers help fuel red hot small business M&A market
Small business deal prices are rising at a pace not seen in decades, and baby boomer entrepreneurs are a big factor in the Main Street buying and selling.

CNBC Business
May 15, 2021

$100 million New Jersey deli fires wrestling coach CEO Paul Morina, related firm E-Waste gets new president
Hometown International has a massive stock market capitalization despite owning just a small New Jersey deli.

CNBC Business
May 15, 2021

Mark Cuban, other investors, bet $250,000 on GRIND, a company that makes basketball shooting machines
The company was created by 26-year-old Thomas Fields, who also appeared on the game show Shark Tank.

CNBC Business
May 15, 2021

Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $468 million. If you win, avoid these blunders
Whether you'd choose to take the windfall as an annuity or a lump sum of $316.2 million, there are ways to smooth the transition to extreme wealth.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Walmart, Costco drop store mask requirement for customers, employees who are fully vaccinated
The companies' announcement departs from other major retailers, including Target, that said they will keep pandemic protocols.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Political ideology is real reason people remain unvaccinated, says Dr. Peter Hotez
Dr. Peter Hotez explains what he thinks the reasoning is for Americans who are not getting vaccinated.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Payment tech company Marqeta files for IPO as value tops $16 billion on private markets
Marqeta, whose payment technology is used by DoorDash and Instacart, plans to go public on over $100 million in quarterly revenue.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Constellation Brands takes stake in Black-owned rosé manufacturer La Fête du Rosé
Constellation Brands took an undisclosed stake in La Fête du Rosé as part of its $100 million investment plan for Black and minority-owned businesses.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Jerry West reflects on the life and legacy of Kobe Bryant
Jerry West was the man who brought Kobe Bryant to the Lakers. The former GM reflects on Kobe's career and his relationship with the late basketball legend.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Five9 CEO says growth is accelerating as cloud adoption enters new phase
"The evangelism phase for cloud software is really over," said cloud contact-center platform Five9 CEO Rowan Trollope on "Mad Money."

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Cramer's week ahead: Retail earnings and consumer spending
"Before you bet on which retailer's doing the best, you need to account where their stocks are coming from," the "Mad Money" host said.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Walmart drops store mask requirement for customers, employees who are fully vaccinated
The company's announcement departs from other major retailers, including Target, that said they will keep pandemic protocols.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

New Jersey will still require masks indoors despite new CDC guidelines
New Jersey will keep its indoor mask mandate in place, despite newly relaxed CDC guidelines for fully vaccinated people.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Many Americans can't afford an emergency expense. Some are calling for employers to help with that
Studies show that just one unexpected expense could set many Americans back. Now, some are calling for employers to help encourage emergency savings.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Covid variant from India more transmissible and threatens England lockdown easing, Boris Johnson says
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Friday that the coronavirus variant first discovered in India has the potential to derail the lockdown easing currently underway in the country.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Biden senior Covid advisor Andy Slavitt says he will leave White House in early June
Slavitt, whose position on Biden's Covid response team was always temporary, said that the administration had accomplished many of its goals for the pandemic.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Mega Millions jackpot is $430 million. If you win, avoid these blunders
Whether you'd choose to take the windfall as an annuity or a lump sum of $291.1 million, there are ways to smooth the transition to extreme wealth.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

CDC cheered and criticized for new mask guidance; retail workers don't want to be vaccine 'police'
The CDC came under sharp criticism for its quick turnabout. Just six weeks ago, Director Rochelle Walensky was warning people of "impending doom" in the U.S.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Target takes trading cards off shelves temporarily after violent incident involving a gun
Target temporarily takes MLB, NFL, NBA and Pokemon trading cards off shelves after surge in demand leads to violent incident in store parking lot.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Shoppers and diners, here's why you shouldn't expect masking rules to change overnight
Retailers and restaurants will take time to unwind pandemic precautions, as they navigate different state and local rules and try to keep workers safe.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Here's what experts say about attending sporting events under CDC's new guidelines
During the pandemic, pro leagues have advised clubs to follow local government mask and distance policies, which will most likely remain after new guidelines.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Disney, Snowflake, DoorDash and more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves in midday trading.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

New CDC mask guidance may spur more Americans to get Covid vaccine, says Dr. Scott Gottlieb
Former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC more Americans may go get vaccinated due to the CDC's relaxed mask guidance.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Wynn says vaccinated workers and guests can ditch masks in Nevada casinos
The change was made possible because the Nevada Gaming Control Board, which sets the rules for casinos, reacted quickly to update its rules.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Travel search site Trivago pivots amid pandemic to cut costs while expanding its horizons
Travel search company Trivago treated the pandemic as an opportunity to slim down and set its sights on offering new products to meet customer demand.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

COP26 president says 'coal must go' if planet is to meet climate targets
The U.K. is set to host the major climate summit in November of this year.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Travel search site Trivago pivots amid the pandemic to cut costs while expanding its horizons
Travel search company Trivago treated the pandemic as an opportunity to slim down and set its sights on offering new products to meet customer demand.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

How a chip shortage is battering the automotive industry
A shortage of semiconductors is inflicting pain on the automotive industry, forcing companies to cut production and leaving dealers with reduced inventory.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Shirley Chung of 'Top Chef' pivoted her business and became a voice against anti-Asian hate
After hearing about anti-Asian hate crimes and experiencing racism at her own restaurant, "Top Chef" finalist Shirley Chung felt a need to speak out.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Greece's glittering holiday islands reemerge from the shadow of coronavirus lockdowns
The Greek government has a message to lure mainly northern Europeans, who are desperate for some warmer weather and a holiday: "All you want is Greece."

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

UK prepares surge vaccinations to tackle Covid variant from India
The U.K. is preparing to deliver surge vaccinations and testing in areas where the new Covid-19 variant first detected in India is spreading.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Singapore stocks slump as Covid restrictions tighten, travel bubble with Hong Kong likely delayed
Singapore's government said Friday it's "very likely" that the air travel bubble with Hong Kong will not begin on May 26 as planned.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

India reports more than 343,000 new cases as one professor claims infection may have peaked
Government data released Friday showed there were 343,144 new reported cases over a 24-hour period, where at least 4,000 people died.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Singapore stocks fall 3% as Covid restrictions tighten, travel bubble with Hong Kong likely delayed
Singapore's government said Friday it's "very likely" that the air travel bubble with Hong Kong will not begin on May 26 as planned.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Brazil braces for renewed Covid surge as Bolsonaro faces parliamentary inquiry over pandemic response
Brazil, previously renowned for demonstrating leadership during health crises, has become an international pariah during the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Ireland wants pandemic-era remote working to revive its rural towns
A long-standing challenge for rural Ireland has been the migration to urban areas.

CNBC Business
May 14, 2021

Chip shortage expected to cost auto industry $110 billion in revenue in 2021
The estimate is up 81.5% from an initial forecast of $60.6 billion from consulting firm AlixPartners in January.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Sonos CEO expects to capitalize on the 'golden age of audio' to sell more home entertainment equipment
Thanks to growth in video, music and podcast streaming audiences, Sonos CEO Patrick Spence sees an opportunity to sell more home entertainment equipment.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

New CDC mask guidelines acknowledge that 'vaccinated people can go back to normal,' says doctor
Dr. Ashish Jha explains the significance of the CDC's latest update to its masking guidelines.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Coinbase CFO on crypto investors, dogecoin and growing competition
In a wide-ranging interview on CNBC, Coinbase CFO Alesia Haas spoke with Jim Cramer about the adoption of crypto currencies and volatility in digital coins.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Disney parks took another big hit from Covid, but loosening pandemic restrictions offer hope for rebound
Disney's theme parks were hit hard by Covid in the fiscal second quarter, but new CDC guidance means increased capacity and a possible rollback of restrictions.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

The lockdown trade is dead on new CDC mask guidance, says Jim Cramer
"The CDC's new guidance also means you're going to get clobbered if you keep owning the lockdown stocks," the "Mad Money" host said.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Bitcoin slides after Elon Musk tweets climate concerns, suspends Tesla payment acceptance: CNBC After Hours
On today's show, Kate Rooney explains Tesla's suspension of bitcoin payments for cars.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Plane, train and bus travelers still need to wear masks, even if they're vaccinated
A federal mask mandate is still in effect for air, bus and train travel as well as in stations and airports.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

MLB says Oakland A's can explore new markets, but it's not clear where they'd go
The league said the franchise could start to explore options to seek a new home as city officials contemplate a new stadium on an Oakland waterfront property.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Disney's 'Shang-Chi' and 'Free Guy' will have 45-day theatrical run, CEO says
Disney's "Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings" and "Free Guy" will play exclusively in theaters for 45 days, the company's CEO said during an earnings call Thursday.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

DoorDash shares rise as delivery company boosts outlook, investors shrug off driver shortage
DoorDash on Thursday reported a wider-than-expected quarterly loss, blaming a shortage of delivery drivers as consumers ordered more than forecast.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Investors have lost faith in Airbnb's model, trader says with stock down nearly 40% from highs
Airbnb is facing tough times ahead with competition encroaching and Wall Street losing interest, BK Asset Management's Boris Schlossberg warns.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Stocks making the biggest moves after the bell: Disney, DoorDash, Coinbase & more
These stocks posted the largest moves after the bell on Thursday, May 13.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

SpaceX reveals first orbital Starship flight plan, launching from Texas and returning near Hawaii
Elon Musk's SpaceX revealed its plan for the next step in testing of its next-generation Starship rocket.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Cruise expects GM to begin production of new driverless vehicle in early 2023
Cruise's CEO disclosed the timing Thursday, giving the most specific time frame yet for the vehicle and commercialization of its autonomous vehicle business.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

CDC says fully vaccinated people don't need to wear face masks indoors or outdoors in most settings
There are a handful of instances where people will still need to wear masks — in a health-care setting, at a business that requires them or on public transportation.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

'Friends' reunion special arrives on HBO Max on May 27
The long-awaited "Friends" reunion special will arrive on HBO Max on May 27.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

'Jungle Cruise' is the latest film to debut in theaters and on Disney for $30, but investors have unanswered questions
"Jungle Cruise" is the latest Disney feature to find itself as part of a hybrid theatrical and streaming release strategy.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Walmart acquires virtual fitting room company Zeekit as it makes push into fashion
Shoppers will be able to use the technology to try on clothing from Walmart's private labels or national brands it carries and get opinions from friends.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Rep. Matt Gaetz friend Joel Greenberg will plead guilty in case that led to sex traffic probe, court records show
Joel Greenberg has agreed to plead guilty in a criminal case connected to the federal sex trafficking investigation of Rep. Matt Gaetz.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Biden administration to roll back Trump-era rule on clean air regulations
The Biden administration is repealing a Trump-era regulation, the Benefit-Cost Rule, that made it harder for the EPA to issue strict standards on air pollution.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Fully vaccinated people don't need to wear masks outside, Fauci says
"If you are vaccinated and you are outside, put aside your mask, you don't have to wear it," Fauci said.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Peacock's 'Rutherford Falls' proves there's a place for Native-led content in Hollywood
For Hollywood, diversity and inclusion has become a hot button issue. Studios have discovered that having unique and different voices is good for business.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

This ETF's assets have grown 3,000% in a year as investors embrace the reopening trade
The Invesco Dynamic Leisure and Entertainment ETF (PEJ) keeps attracting capital as buyers position for an economic comeback, says Invesco's John Hoffman.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

PayPal to buy online returns start-up in its latest run at the retail shopping space
On Thursday, PayPal announced it would acquire Happy Returns for an undisclosed amount.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Here's how the pandemic changed charitable giving by wealthy households in 2020
While most affluent households gave to charitable causes in 2020, there were some shifts in how they made those gifts and where their money went.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

U.S. Covid cases fall further as Pfizer's vaccine is cleared for 12- to 15-year-olds
U.S. Covid case counts fell further on Wednesday, with the nationwide average now at about 36,700 per day over the past week, the lowest since Sept. 14.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

LeBron James talks about his new Pepsi deal as he unveils first campaign with Mtn Dew Rise
LeBron James is the new face of Pepsi's Mtn Dew Rise energy drink, his first campaign with the company since switching over from Coca-Cola.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Former coal mines in Britain are being tested to see if they can become a geothermal energy plant
The idea is that the project will eventually heat buildings owned by South Tyneside Council.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Boeing set to resume 737 Max deliveries, airlines start repairs after FAA approves electrical issue fix
Boeing expects to resume deliveries of the 737 Max plane this week and airlines start repairs on an electrical issue that grounded more than 100 of the planes.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

NBA creates Kareem Abdul-Jabbar annual social justice champion award
As part of the award, NBA players will donate a combined $200,000 to social organizations of their choice.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Walmart's former e-commerce chief Marc Lore says venture firm with A-Rod will make big bets on digital retail
The serial entrepreneur said they will take a 40% to 80% stake in early-stage start-ups.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Nissan to make half a million fewer cars in 2021 due to chip shortage
Nissan is planning to make half a million fewer vehicles in 2021 as the global chip shortage continues to wreak havoc on the automotive industry.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Walmart acquires virtual fitting room company Zeekit, as it makes push into fashion
Shoppers will be able to use the technology to try on clothing from Walmart's private labels or national brands it carries and get opinions from friends.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

McDonald's raises hourly wages for company-owned restaurants
McDonald's is looking to hire 10,000 workers for those restaurants over the next three months.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Ford plans to launch technology for over-the-air upgrades to millions of cars — just like Tesla
Ford is calling its new remote update capability "Power-Up," highlighting the ability for the company to enhance and upgrade a vehicle well into its lifecycle.

CNBC Business
May 13, 2021

Sens. Klobuchar, Daines call on FTC to guard against travel scams
Noting a rise in travel scams, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., wrote the FTC to ask the agency how it is protecting U.S. consumers.

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