The Guardian - 36 min 46 sec ago
It's easy to hide from money woes, especially when you have had a wage cut. But with the economy looking so uncertain, now is the time to get organised The coronavirus crisis has had a massive impact on people's finances. For some households, the lockdown has led to a huge drop in income and little prospect of more money coming in any time soon. Others have been more fortunate and are still earning their salary, but are unable to spend it on the things they would normally buy. One report...
Reuters - 49 min 27 sec ago
Turkish Airlines , which halted nearly all of its passenger flights as a result of the coronavirus crisis, may delay the delivery of some Boeing and Airbus planes, its chairman was quoted as saying on Wednesday.
Sky News - 3 hours 54 min ago
A planned new nuclear power station will help kick-start the economy following the coronavirus crisis, energy giant EDF has said.
CNBC - 6 hours 37 min ago
The IEA warned the economic impact of the health crisis could have "serious" implications for energy security and clean energy transitions.
Daily News - 10 hours 17 min ago
"They hadn't even started production yet; they were in pre-production and ready to roll," HBO Max chief Kevin Reilly said of HBO Max's planned reboot of the popular CW teen drama. "Things that would have been really meaningful and high profile have gotten pushed back."...
Chicago Tribune - 10 hours 47 min ago
Driver services facilities closed because of the coronavirus crisis will begin to open in June, the Illinois secretary of state's office said Tuesday.
The Independent - 12 hours 51 min ago
The Justice Department has notified lawyers for Senators Kelly Loeffler of Georgia, Dianne Feinstein of California and Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma that it will not charge the lawmakers with insider trading for stock sales they or their family members made shortly after some had attended non-public intelligence briefings about the coronavirus crisis earlier this year.
Daily News - 13 hours 36 min ago
Gov. Cuomo dismissed a proposal being considered by state lawmakers that would give Mayor de Blasio the ability to raise the city's borrowing capacity amid the coronavirus crisis.
Daily News - 13 hours 52 min ago
Amid the coronavirus crisis forcing the closure of theaters in March Broadway has lost an average of $35 million a week. Charlotte St. Martin presides over the powerful trade organization, whose 700-plus membership consists of theater owners and producers in North American cities. "I tend to think it will be after the first of the year, in January, just because of the massive number of people who come to New York City around the holidays," she said.
Huffington Post - 13 hours 56 min ago
Christi Grimm, the agency's acting inspector general, led a report detailing hospitals' difficulty fighting the coronavirus. Trump called it "Another Fake Dossier!"...
NY Post - 14 hours 19 min ago
Nearly one-third of New York’s workforce is considered essential during the coronavirus crisis — and is among the best paid in the nation, a new study says. The new survey by Joblist found 31.5 percent of the Empire State’s workers are considered essential employees — the 10th highest share in the nation — and they are...
NBC News - 14 hours 30 min ago
Spoiler: There will be more "Do Not Touch" signs.
The Guardian - 14 hours 39 min ago
UK to ask for postponement to November 2021 because of coronavirus travel controls Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Vital international climate talks due to be hosted by the UK are expected to be delayed until late next year because of the coronavirus crisis, it has emerged, dashing hopes they could be reconvened sooner. The UN talks, known as Cop26, were to be held in Glasgow this November, but in early April they were postponed as governments around the world grappled...
Chicago Tribune - 15 hours 23 min ago
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing Chicago-area companies and workers to face harsh realities about their paychecks and their place in the local economy. The Tribune is reaching out to hear, and share, their stories.
Variety - 15 hours 33 min ago
While many fests have been canceled this year due to the coronavirus crisis, the Jerusalem Film Festival has postponed its 37th edition to kick off Aug. 20. The festival, which was initially scheduled to take place in mid-July will instead run Aug. 20-30, in compliance with the health guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health […]...
Newsweek - 16 hours 15 min ago
Medical staff say bonus payments have not arrived and they are concerned about a lack of protective equipment.
Boston Herald - 16 hours 43 min ago
NEW YORK (AP) — The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange reopened Tuesday in a largely symbolic step toward economic recovery, and stocks surged at the opening bell, even as the official U.S. death toll closed in on 100,000, a mark President Donald Trump once predicted the country would never see.
Fox News - 16 hours 57 min ago
The Justice Department announced Tuesday that a New Jersey man was arrested for an alleged $45 million scheme to defraud and price gouge New York City into paying him for personal protective equipment that he did not possess and was not authorized to sell amid the coronavirus crisis.
The Guardian - 16 hours 58 min ago
State to take 20% stake in airline, which has been struggling after coronavirus reduced flights Germany has thrown Lufthansa a 9bn ( 8bn) lifeline, agreeing a bailout that gives Berlin a veto in the event of a hostile bid for the airline. The largest German corporate rescue since the coronavirus crisis struck will result in the government taking a 20% stake, which could rise to 25% plus one share in the event of a takeover attempt, as it seeks to protect thousands of jobs. Continue reading...
Fox News - 17 hours 2 min ago
WHO officials renewed their praise for China and its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, citing Beijing's "openness" to the prospect of scientific inquires involving foreign experts into the origins of the contagion.
Huffington Post - 18 hours 3 min ago
We're nowhere near ready to get back to normal, but on that front, we're not alone during this coronavirus crisis.
Reuters - 18 hours 28 min ago
Heavy debts inherited from government bailouts and other fund-raising moves will delay the airline industry's recovery from the coronavirus crisis, a trade body said on Tuesday.
Reuters - 18 hours 30 min ago
The coronavirus crisis, which has virtually grounded global air traffic since March, has pushed several struggling airlines over the edge.
Reuters - 19 hours 13 min ago
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes unexpectedly rose in April, but the gains are likely temporary as the coronavirus crisis ravages the economy, unleashing record unemployment.