NPR

GE was born when Thomas Edison's electrical company merged with a rival in 1892, and the company has been making (and inventing) lightbulbs ever since. Now it's selling off its lighting business.

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CNBC

The Beige Book report noted that business leaders were "pessimistic about the potential pace of recovery."

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Reuters

Equity markets rallied on Wednesday, lifted by enthusiasm for the European Union's plans for a 750 billion euro ($823 billion) recovery fund, but crude prices slid on concerns about unrest in Hong Kong over Beijing's proposed national security laws.

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Financial Times

News, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication

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Motley Fool

A bullish pronouncement from JPMorgan's CEO just helped double the share price of bankrupt Hertz.

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TechCrunch

Tesla slashed prices across its electric vehicle portfolio overnight as the automaker aims to boost sales in an economy beaten down by the COVID-19 pandemic. Reuters and Electrek were the first to report the changes. The base price of Model 3 standard range p…

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Motley Fool

Luckin Coffee and three other Chinese stocks could be in the blast zone of newly proposed regulations.

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CBS News

Discount chain joins J.C. Penney, Neiman Marcus and other large retailers to collapse during the pandemic.

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PoPville

1350 Connecticut Avenue, NW A reader reports: "I am (was) an employee at the Dupont Circle Panera. The one right across from Krispy Kreme! I just got a call from my manager that the store can't survive any longer, and it will be shutting down. I didn't …

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Engadget

Ford's software cranks the heat in police cruisers to disinfect them and slow the spread of COVID-19.

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USA Today

The flights to Las Vegas are available on a first-come, first-served basis online. Travelers must pay for return flights, hotels and other trip costs.

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Eater

Tracking all the confirmed southeast Michigan restaurant and bar closures since the pandemic began in March 2020

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Reuters

U.S. applications for home mortgages jumped last week, in a sixth straight weekly increase, suggesting the housing market could lead the economy's recovery from the novel coronavirus crisis even as high unemployment is expected to linger.

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