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Of all the industries the coronavirus pandemic has affected, the airline industry is among those that have been hit the hardest. According to the International Air Transport Association, airlines'' passenger revenue is estimated to sink by over $300 billion from 2019. In the age of social distancing, planes are not designed to keep passengers six feet apart. Still, airlines are...

CNBC.com''s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day''s top business news headlines. On today''s show, CNBC''s Phil Lebeau breaks down the latest delivery numbers from Tesla and outlines the company''s monster week on Wall Street. Also, CNBC''s Meg Tirrell digs into the current state of COVID-19 testing in the U.S. as cases surge and some public officials reverse reopening steps. »...

Twitter was born in 2006 out of the remnants of a failed San Francisco Internet radio startup. Since then, it’s become a megaphone for the president, a tool for social change and a running log for recording our global history. Twitter has removed an image tweeted by President Donald Trump for violating the company’s copyright policy. Trump’s tweet showed a...

Beijing has rushed to push through a new national security law in Hong Kong. Critics fear the legislation threatens civil liberties promised to the territory through July 1, 2047. The city’s special status with the U.S. also appears to be under threat, as U.S.-China tensions escalate over Beijing’s move to tighten its grip. The central Chinese government passed a sweeping...

CNBC.com''s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day''s top business news headlines. On today''s show, CNBC.com''s Megan Graham explains the latest developments as more and more big corporations pull advertising spending from Facebook as the platform struggles to contain rampant hate speech and misinformation. Plus — CNBC''s Ylan Mui dives deep into the police budgets in America''s biggest cities. » Subscribe...

In 2014, Louisiana passed Act 620, a law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges to a nearby hospital. It was a law nearly identical to one in Texas that the Supreme Court struck down in 2016. In March, June Medical Services LLC v. Russo was taken to the Supreme Court, where the law was also struck down. Watch the...

Both President Trump and the Department of Justice are calling for a reexamination of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. The act was originally meant to curb pornography and illicit materials posted online, but except for Section 230, it was found to violate the First Amendment. As Covid-19 forces lots of communities to gather online, policy makers are re-examing...

After the death of George Floyd in police custody, activists across the US have advocated for a fundamental shift in policing. One hurdle to any significant changes in many localities are police unions, which have significant power over policies that affect police, and the local politicians who would approve and implement them. The House passed a Democratic police reform bill...

ESG is a catch-all term for investing strategies that consider a company’s environmental, social and governance factors. ESG investing is predicted to surge following the coronavirus pandemic and demonstrations over racial justice. Consumers and Wall Street investors alike are increasingly holding companies accountable for their performance on environmental, social and governance benchmarks—or ESG, for short. Here''s how ESG investing could...

The killing of George Floyd has sparked a movement to defund the police that has gained unprecedented support across the nation. Despite a sharp decline in crime rates since the early 1990s, the United States is spending more on policing than ever, about $143 billion in 2015 alone. As the U.S. grapples with the recent killings of Black Americans George...

CNBC.com''s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day''s top business news headlines. On today''s show, CNBC.com Technology Editor Steve Kovach breaks down the biggest news from Apple''s WWDC yesterday, and explains the developer community''s growing frustrations with Apple''s app store. Plus, a deep dive into five charts that tell the story of the economic recovery from the coronavirus.

Jim O’Neill says successful companies in the future won’t just focus on maximizing profits but will prioritize environmental and social issues, too. The former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management discusses how governments around the world have an opportunity to address the quality of employment and income inequality in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. » Subscribe to CNBC: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC...

Today, diesel engines are known to be heavy-duty, hardworking engines, most commonly found in heavy machinery. But their reputation for being fuel efficient made them a once popular choice for cars across parts of the world. Then the case for diesel seemed to crash in the 90s, when global health authorities determined diesel to be carcinogenic. » Subscribe to CNBC:...

Beginning in March, film production was suspended as shelter-in-place orders went into effect, leaving many in the industry out of work. And while California has given the go ahead for production to resume as of June 12th, it is unclear when film and TV production will return to full capacity. However, technology developed for the video game industry could play...

Some managers and CEOs are turning to "productivity management" software to track their employees while they work from home. How do systems like this affect employees? And are there limits to the ways in which employers can track their workers in pursuit of productivity? According to a new survey, 77% of workers want to continue to work from home at...

CNBC.com''s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day''s top business news headlines. On today''s show, the latest development in Hertz''s bankruptcy rally saga — the rental car company calls off a planned $500 million stock sale. Plus, CNBC''s Courtney Reagan dives into the sales numbers of one under the radar company that is crushing the competition in the new stay-at-home economy.

As protests over the police killing of George Floyd continue, law enforcement is using powerful surveillance tools to track them. Here''s how drones, facial recognition software, cell phone tracking devices and automatic license plate readers are changing protesting and policing. » Subscribe to CNBC: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC » Subscribe to CNBC TV: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCtelevision » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCclassic About CNBC: From...

Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz, says the stock market is in a "win-win" mindset as the Federal Reserve provides continued stimulus. He warns of distorted "zombie markets" and explains how some sectors will benefit while others will miss out during the economic recovery. Beware not just of “zombie” companies but of “zombie markets” as asset prices become distorted...

CNBC.com''s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day''s top business news headlines. On today''s show, CNBC''s Leslie Picker dives into inherent bias on Wall Street, and how it can lead investors to favor race, instead of quality, when it comes to selecting money managers.

In March 2020, Wayfair was struggling. The online furniture retailer’s stock had plummeted to $21 a share as the company faced falling profits and high operating expenses. Covid-19 changed all that. Since most of the U.S. entered lockdown mode, almost all of Wayfair’s brick and mortar competitors shut their doors leaving Wayfair as essentially the only game in town for...

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