CNBC

Futures traded lower on Sunday night following sharp gains last week while the number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. keeps rising at an alarming rate.

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Sfchronicle.com

Officials and some online retailers are cracking down on vendors capitalizing on an international crisis, where food, cleaning supplies and, of course, toilet paper, are marked up by multiples of their normal price.

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CNN

As some Instacart workers prepare to strike Monday, the company is making more updates in a bid to appease them.

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Nypost.com

The MTA’s 24-hour hot line for workers with coronavirus symptoms is constantly crashing because it’s being flooded with calls — and higher-ups are bracing for a mass sickout, transit in…

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Wsaz.com

Both Kanawha and Putnam Health Departments are reporting new cases of novel coronavirus.

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Wwmt.com

A convention center in Detroit will be turned into a 900-bed hospital in response to the coronavirus. The federal government says construction at TCF Center, formerly known as Cobo Center, will begin after contracts are wrapped up in 24 to 36 hours. Gov. Gret…

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Latimes.com

The medical-device maker plans to supply 50,000 coronavirus tests a day starting April 1. The U.S. has struggled to supply tests to detect the virus.

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Clickondetroit.com

Southeast Michigan mall owner Taubman Centers is requiring its tenants to pay rent during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a memo obtained by CNBC.

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Wmtw.com

Two employees at the Hannaford stores in Scarborough and Oxford have tested positive for the coronavirus, the company said Sunday.

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Reuters

Egyptian banks have been instructed to apply temporary limits on daily withdrawals and deposits in a move seemingly designed to control inflation and hoarding during the coronavirus' spread.

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Hollywoodreporter.com

The industry-favored Beverly Hills deli said both the COVID-19 epidemic’s economic shock wave as well as ongoing lease difficulties led to the shuttering.

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Katu.com

SALEM, Ore. – An Amazon employee working at the company’s warehouse in Salem has tested positive for coronavirus, a spokesperson confirmed with KATU on Sunday. The company said it is taking “extreme measures” to make sure its other emp…

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Chromeunboxed.com

During this time of social distancing, remote working and homeschooling, Zoom has quickly become one of the most popular teleconferencing platforms in the world. Thanks to its low barrier of entry and cross-platform capabilities, the video meeting software ha…

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Click2houston.com

H-E-B wants to reassure its customers that just because they are continuing to see empty shelves at several of its stores, that doesn’t mean some of their products are gone for good.

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Newsbtc.com

Although it remains unclear as to whether or not Bitcoin is bullish or bearish, there are a few factors that may suggest a price pump is imminent.

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Lohud.com

A $1 million Powerball ticket was purchased in Port Chester

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