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Jobless claims preview: Another 1.4 million Americans likely filed new unemployment claims last week

The number of new unemployment insurance claims is expected to have improved marginally last week, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to weigh on the pace of recovery in the labor market. The Labor Department’s weekly report on initial jobless claims is due for release Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. ET.

4 MIN14 h ago
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Jobless claims preview: Another 1.4 million Americans likely filed new unemployment claims last week

Beyond Meat Q2 earnings meet expectations, CEO sees strong retail trends

Beyond Meat’s (BYND) earnings release on Tuesday will do its best job at swatting away a pack of bears on Wall Street that have hit the stock lately. The plant-based meat’s founder and CEO Ethan Brown tells Yahoo Finance the quarter reflects strong momentum in retail stores as it has moved to make its burgers more affordable and expand distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beyond’s U.S. retail sales surged 194.9% from a year ago and by 166.7% overseas.

3 MIN1 d ago
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Beyond Meat Q2 earnings meet expectations, CEO sees strong retail trends

Coronavirus stimulus: What this top strategist thinks will happen next with unemployment checks

One long-time DC policy strategist thinks there is hope for the millions of people that have lost the ‘top up’ in their weekly unemployment checks after it expired on July 31. But it may take more time before that hope could be turned into cold, hard cash. “There are 30 million Americans who are unemployed who are relying upon that extra income who don’t know when that next check is going to come.

3 MIN2 d ago
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Coronavirus stimulus: What this top strategist thinks will happen next with unemployment checks

This is the beginning of the end of Big Tech as we know it': NYU professor Galloway

“It is time to return to our roots and break up” Big Tech to “oxygenate the marketplace,” says NYU marketing professor Scott Galloway. “The marketplace is beginning to collectively recognize that when all of the spoils are concentrated among an increasingly small number of firms, it makes for an unhealthy ecosystem and unhealthy economy,” Galloway told Yahoo Finance’s On The Move.

3 MIN3 d ago
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This is the beginning of the end of Big Tech as we know it': NYU professor Galloway

What Congress would do in 2021 if Democrats sweep in November

Joe Biden leads President Trump in the polls, and if Biden wins, there’s maybe a 50% chance Democrats will retake the Senate and control both houses of Congress. If that happens, what would the Democrats’ top priorities be in 2021?

5 MIN6 d ago
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What Congress would do in 2021 if Democrats sweep in November

World’s richest man faces Congress for the first time

Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, testified before Congress for the first time ever Wednesday afternoon. Since founding Amazon (AMZN) 26 years ago, Bezos has been able to control the narrative, and managed to do so — even before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law.

4 MIN1 w ago
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World’s richest man faces Congress for the first time

Un-investable'? Airlines could double in a year, fund manager says

Previous crises hit certain parts of the economy sharply, like the Global Financial Crisis for banks. But no crisis has ever hit anything harder than the coronavirus crisis has hit the travel industry. Due to the worries about Covid-19 transmission, airlines shut down completely, resulting in a shocking unemployment spike in the U.S. Along with consumer demand for flying, airline and other travel companies’ stocks cratered.

3 MIN1 w ago
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Un-investable'? Airlines could double in a year, fund manager says

How a remote work boom and city exodus might reshape rural America

The Great Work-From-Home Experiment carries on as the country continues to be shelled by Covd-19. Fortunately, most people involved — companies and employees alike — think that it’s working pretty well, except those trying to work and take care of kids simultaneously.

10 MIN1 w ago
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How a remote work boom and city exodus might reshape rural America

Coronavirus stimulus checks: Republicans 'want another round of direct payments'

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell once again expressed support for direct payments to Americans on Tuesday when he unveiled more details about the Republican proposal for additional coronavirus relief. “Speaking of building on what worked in the CARES Act, we want another round of direct payments,” McConnell said from the Senate floor. “Direct payments to help American families keep driving our national comeback.

3 MIN1 w ago
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Coronavirus stimulus checks: Republicans 'want another round of direct payments'

Extra $600 in unemployment benefits doesn't keep people from working, analysis finds

One big reason critics don’t want to extend the coronavirus unemployment benefits is they’re worried the extra $600 per week will keep Americans from returning to work. But that’s far from the case, according to a new analysis of workers who made more while unemployed. The findings could help bolster the case that the jobless aid created under the CARES Act and is set to expire at the end of the month should be extended.

5 MIN1 w ago
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Extra $600 in unemployment benefits doesn't keep people from working, analysis finds

Latest Episodes

Jobless claims preview: Another 1.4 million Americans likely filed new unemployment claims last week

The number of new unemployment insurance claims is expected to have improved marginally last week, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to weigh on the pace of recovery in the labor market. The Labor Department’s weekly report on initial jobless claims is due for release Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. ET.

4 MIN14 h ago
Comments
Jobless claims preview: Another 1.4 million Americans likely filed new unemployment claims last week

Beyond Meat Q2 earnings meet expectations, CEO sees strong retail trends

Beyond Meat’s (BYND) earnings release on Tuesday will do its best job at swatting away a pack of bears on Wall Street that have hit the stock lately. The plant-based meat’s founder and CEO Ethan Brown tells Yahoo Finance the quarter reflects strong momentum in retail stores as it has moved to make its burgers more affordable and expand distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beyond’s U.S. retail sales surged 194.9% from a year ago and by 166.7% overseas.

3 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Beyond Meat Q2 earnings meet expectations, CEO sees strong retail trends

Coronavirus stimulus: What this top strategist thinks will happen next with unemployment checks

One long-time DC policy strategist thinks there is hope for the millions of people that have lost the ‘top up’ in their weekly unemployment checks after it expired on July 31. But it may take more time before that hope could be turned into cold, hard cash. “There are 30 million Americans who are unemployed who are relying upon that extra income who don’t know when that next check is going to come.

3 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Coronavirus stimulus: What this top strategist thinks will happen next with unemployment checks

This is the beginning of the end of Big Tech as we know it': NYU professor Galloway

“It is time to return to our roots and break up” Big Tech to “oxygenate the marketplace,” says NYU marketing professor Scott Galloway. “The marketplace is beginning to collectively recognize that when all of the spoils are concentrated among an increasingly small number of firms, it makes for an unhealthy ecosystem and unhealthy economy,” Galloway told Yahoo Finance’s On The Move.

3 MIN3 d ago
Comments
This is the beginning of the end of Big Tech as we know it': NYU professor Galloway

What Congress would do in 2021 if Democrats sweep in November

Joe Biden leads President Trump in the polls, and if Biden wins, there’s maybe a 50% chance Democrats will retake the Senate and control both houses of Congress. If that happens, what would the Democrats’ top priorities be in 2021?

5 MIN6 d ago
Comments
What Congress would do in 2021 if Democrats sweep in November

World’s richest man faces Congress for the first time

Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, testified before Congress for the first time ever Wednesday afternoon. Since founding Amazon (AMZN) 26 years ago, Bezos has been able to control the narrative, and managed to do so — even before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law.

4 MIN1 w ago
Comments
World’s richest man faces Congress for the first time

Un-investable'? Airlines could double in a year, fund manager says

Previous crises hit certain parts of the economy sharply, like the Global Financial Crisis for banks. But no crisis has ever hit anything harder than the coronavirus crisis has hit the travel industry. Due to the worries about Covid-19 transmission, airlines shut down completely, resulting in a shocking unemployment spike in the U.S. Along with consumer demand for flying, airline and other travel companies’ stocks cratered.

3 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Un-investable'? Airlines could double in a year, fund manager says

How a remote work boom and city exodus might reshape rural America

The Great Work-From-Home Experiment carries on as the country continues to be shelled by Covd-19. Fortunately, most people involved — companies and employees alike — think that it’s working pretty well, except those trying to work and take care of kids simultaneously.

10 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How a remote work boom and city exodus might reshape rural America

Coronavirus stimulus checks: Republicans 'want another round of direct payments'

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell once again expressed support for direct payments to Americans on Tuesday when he unveiled more details about the Republican proposal for additional coronavirus relief. “Speaking of building on what worked in the CARES Act, we want another round of direct payments,” McConnell said from the Senate floor. “Direct payments to help American families keep driving our national comeback.

3 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Coronavirus stimulus checks: Republicans 'want another round of direct payments'

Extra $600 in unemployment benefits doesn't keep people from working, analysis finds

One big reason critics don’t want to extend the coronavirus unemployment benefits is they’re worried the extra $600 per week will keep Americans from returning to work. But that’s far from the case, according to a new analysis of workers who made more while unemployed. The findings could help bolster the case that the jobless aid created under the CARES Act and is set to expire at the end of the month should be extended.

5 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Extra $600 in unemployment benefits doesn't keep people from working, analysis finds
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