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3 Biglaw Attorneys, Including Practice Group Leader, Test Positive For COVID-19  

The firm is 'closely monitoring developments' as to their condition.

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2020-04-06 14:31:41



The stock market's biggest source of buying power is quickly fading and won't come back for years, new report says  

AP Images Corporate stock buybacks — the biggest driver of equity demand — are fading and may not return for several years, analysts at Sanford Bernstein warned Monday. The repurchase programs face threats from weakened revenue streams, restrictions tied to government loans, and cash protection amid the coronavirus's economic turmoil. A debate around whether buybacks are "socially unacceptable" could place a more permanent drag on the programs, the team wrote. Buybacks served a

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2020-04-06 14:30:40



COVID-19: How Long To Treatment? How Long To Vaccine?  

I asked a couple of physicians to go out on a limb for me -- anonymously, of course -- and tell me what's really going to happen.

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2020-04-06 14:18:32



3 times life insurance becomes impossible to ignore, even if you wish you could  

LWA/Dann Tardif   Life insurance is easy to put off, but there are some situations where it's impossible to ignore.  Life events, like getting married or starting a family, are things people wait for to get coverage. A change in your career could also send you searching for coverage that was once available through work. Outside events like a death in the family can also prompt people to look for coverage. Even the coronavirus sent people to insurance agencies.  Read more pe

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2020-04-06 14:05:32



First Monday Musings By Dean Vik Amar: Why You Should Incorporate 'Soft Skills' Into Your Legal Writing  

The soft skills associated with good legal writing let you see your writing from your reader's perspective.

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2020-04-06 13:32:52



The best Apple deals — save nearly $150 on Beats Studio 3 wireless noise cancelling headphones  

  There's a surprising number of Apple deals at any given time, but not all of them are good. We're only including deals for products we think are worthy of our recommendation to our friends, family, and to you. We've spotted deals on Apple computers, headphones, and iPhone cases. We'll inevitably spot more soon, and we'll update this list when we find them. There's a surprising number of Apple deals out there on the internet for a wide range of Apple's acclaimed devices and produ

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2020-04-06 12:32:12



Morning Docket: 04.06.20  

* The New York Attorney General has ordered New York Sports Clubs to stop charging membership dues while gyms are closed. Now everyone has an excuse not to go to the gym, and they might even save some money too. [Gothamist] * A noted Chinese human rights lawyer has finally been released from prison. [New York Times] * A lawyer who worked at a well-known New York personal injury law firm claims that a supervisor repeatedly showed her pornographic images. And this is not an "I know it w

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2020-04-06 12:27:47



'He kind of called us p---ies': Hear the US Navy's top official call a carrier captain 'stupid' to boos from sailors facing a coronavirus outbreak  

US Navy The acting Navy secretary's impassioned 15-minute speech to the sailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt was met with dismay and anger. In an audio recording obtained by Insider, some of the service members were not receptive to his message. "Yeah, that was uh... It's almost like we got an ass chewing, almost," another person said. "And he kind of called us pussies." "He was like, 'b---- I said, what I said,'" a different person said. In a separate recording obtained by Task &

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2020-04-06 12:07:07



The Judges' And Prosecutors' Dilemma  

For some, this is truly a matter of life and death.

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2020-04-06 11:33:32



Know Companies Better Than They Know Themselves With The Latest LexisNexis Offering  

The powerful analytic offering gets another new module.

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2020-04-06 11:17:03



Samsung's best Galaxy smartwatches are $70 off right now  

  Samsung's latest Galaxy Watch, in both 42m and 46mm, is $70 off from Best Buy and Walmart. The Galaxy Watches are the best smartwatches for Android users. They have sleek styling and premium materials, and come with a wide variety of fitness tracking functions, including heart-rate monitoring.  The Galaxy Watches also have some of the best battery life we've seen on a smartwatch. Samsung's Galaxy Watch smartwatches are the best bets for Android users, and both the 42mm and

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2020-04-06 10:32:37



Gov. Cuomo says the New York curve might be flattening, but warns New Yorkers not to let their guard down  

Bennett Raglin/Getty Images NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo dedicated much of his Monday coronavirus briefing to outlining some potential good news when it comes to the Empire State's efforts to flatten the curve. New hospitalizations are going down, discharges are going up, and New York's death toll — already at 4,758 — is actually performing below the models officials have been consulting. However, Cuomo noted that the social distancing measures contributing to the recent slowdown must r

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2020-04-06 09:50:26



The coronavirus pandemic has forced special operations units to improvise in their training and selection  

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Michael Russell/Released US special operations units have had to alter their training and selections programs in response to the spread of the coronavirus. Some training classes have been suspended, and some have gone online, but others may end up being shorted in order get troops to graduation. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Coronavirus pandemic has forced special operations units to improvise when it co

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2020-04-06 09:50:22



5 Ways COVID-19 Will Change Corporate Culture Forever  

Sudden change creates an opportunity for growth and change.

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2020-04-06 08:52:48



This new Android phone costs less than $500 and has a bunch of features that even the $1,000 iPhone 11 Pro is missing  

Lisa Eadicicco/Business Insider The TCL 10 Pro is a new Android smartphone launching in Q2 2020 for $450, significantly less than flagship phones from Apple and Samsung. Despite this lower price, the TCL 10 Pro offers high-end features like a curved AMOLED screen, four main cameras, and an in-screen fingerprint sensor. Some of those features, like the in-screen fingerprint sensor and four-camera setup, aren't even found on Apple's iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. The launch comes as smartphone p

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2020-04-06 08:38:33



The best mastectomy bras  

Breast cancer surgery changes our bodies, but not our desire to look and feel like ourselves as we go through treatment, recovery and beyond. Finding bras that are comfortable, attractive, and designed to our specific needs and style choices is a challenge.  The Handful Adjustable Bra with its innovative removable pads is our top pick for a post-surgery bra that feels good, looks great, and gets you feeling fit and confident again. Bras were the least of my concerns when I was diagno

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2020-04-06 08:16:45



The Economy May Have Stopped, But The Revolving Door At Citadel Has Not  

Take comfort in what glimpses of normalcy we still have.

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2020-04-06 07:44:24



Venture-backed startups are laying off thousands of tech workers as the coronavirus strains finances. Here's a list of all of the startups that are cutting headcount.  

TripActions Venture-backed startups have begun laying off employees, as the coronavirus and the subsequent economic shutdown has wreaked havoc on companies large and small.  Business Insider is keeping a list of running list of startups that are slashing headcount.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Technology $1.5 billion ZipRecruiter just laid off hundreds only days after the CEO said the economy was headed for a steep increase in hiring after the end

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2020-04-06 07:35:27



Associate Salary Cuts, Decreased Partner Draws, And Staff Furloughs At This Am Law 200 Firm  

But the partners are bearing the brunt of the firm's financial burdens.

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2020-04-06 06:43:30



SIGN UP NOW: We're talking to the global chief marketing officer of Burger King about how advertising needs to adapt to the coronavirus crisis at a live digital event on Thursday, and it's free to joi...  

Burger King; Samantha Lee/Business Insider The coronavirus pandemic will dramatically change the world as we know it — and advertising is no exception. Join us at 2 pm ET on Thursday, April 9, when we'll speak with Burger King's global chief marketing officer Fernando Machado about how advertisers can navigate this period of massive disruption.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: We tested a machine that brews beer at the push of a buttonSee Also:The coronavirus pandem

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2020-04-06 06:34:33



WHO: Masks aren't a 'silver bullet' and can't stop the coronavirus pandemic alone  

InkheartX/Shutterstock During a media briefing on April 6, the World Health Organization's director-general told journalists medical masks should only be used by healthcare professionals, people who are sick, and their caretakers.  He said the WHO is helping individual countries develop their own guidance for citizens regarding whether or not non-medical masks could benefit them. Even in countries where non-medical masks are recommended among the general population, they alone "cannot

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2020-04-06 06:29:11



10 things in tech you need to know today  

Apple Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Apple has begun designing and producing face shields to protect health care workers during the coronavirus pandemic. The company said it plans to ship one million face shields per week. People across the UK are burning cellphone masts in the baseless belief that 5G is linked to the coronavirus. A cellphone mast in Birmingham, England, is believed to have been set ablaze by anti-5G arsonists, and telecommunications engin

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2020-04-06 06:23:15



Boris Johnson has received oxygen treatment after being admitted to hospital for 'persistent symptoms of coronavirus'  

Getty UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will remain in hospital "as long as necessary" on Monday after being admitted on Sunday for "persistent symptoms of coronavirus." Johnson tested positive for the coronavirus 10 days ago and continues to experience a high temperature. The prime minister was treated with oxygen after arriving at St Thomas' Hospital in London on Sunday at 8 pm GMT. Aides reportedly became "increasingly worried" about the prime minister's health in recent days due to his a

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2020-04-06 05:38:50



San Francisco's landmark Palace of Fine Arts is being converted to a makeshift homeless shelter for up to 162 people to help fight the coronavirus spread  

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts venue is being converted into a temporary homeless shelter to help in the fight against the coronavirus disease. Up to 162 people living in existing shelters will be moved in to free up room in those shelters for better social distancing practices. Using the landmark structure is a part of a larger city mission to establish temporary housing and treatment sites amid the coronavirus outbreak. Visit Business Insider's homepage

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2020-04-06 05:23:02



The Biglaw Firms Rolling Out Good News, For Now  

No layoffs or salary cuts at these firms.

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2020-04-06 05:07:34



26 personalized Mother's Day gifts that go beyond photos on a mug  

  As with all gift shopping, you might run the risk of giving Mom a gift that someone else already has.  These 26 personalized gifts, however, would undeniably belong to her, whether because they're personalized with her name or they feature her favorite combination of colors.  Still looking? Check out more Mother's Day gift ideas here. Editor's note: It's likely that many families will be spending Mother's Day apart this year due to the impact of coronavirus. Nothi

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2020-04-06 05:05:22



Elizabeth Holmes' defense lawyers are asking their work in the Theranos fraud case be deemed 'essential' so they can defy lockdown orders  

Kimberly White/Getty Images for Fortune The federal trial in the criminal case against Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of failed blood-testing startup Theranos, is scheduled to start in July. Holmes' lawyers recently asked the judge to rule the case as "essential," so that the defense team would be allowed to defy shelter-in-place orders and continue working to prepare for trial. The judge told the lawyers in a recent telephone hearing he was "taken aback" by their demands, and declined to de

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2020-04-06 04:56:02



One Wall Street firm thinks the coronavirus-roiled stock market could fall another 20% this year  

Reuters / Cheryl Ravelo-Gagalac Research provider TS Lombard said Monday that the S&P 500 will fall below 2,000 in 2020.  That would mark a 20% drop from where the index closed on Friday, and about 40% from its all-time high reached in February. The firm sees more market declines amid the coronavirus pandemic because it doesn't believe a V-shaped recovery is possible. TS Lombard also thinks there will be further economic pain in the third quarter after a brutal second quarter. Re

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2020-04-06 04:48:14



'Shrugging off the pessimism': Stocks rally on early signs that lockdowns are working against coronavirus  

Brendan McDermid/Reuters Global stocks jumped on Monday as lockdowns in several novel coronavirus hotspots appeared to be slowing the pandemic's spread. Italy suffered its fewest deaths in more than two weeks, while death tolls in France and Spain fell to multi-day lows. "We're starting to see light at the end of the tunnel," President Donald Trump said on Sunday, although he warned of a "horrific" number of deaths in the coming days and weeks. "Policymakers need to be immensely vigilant a

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2020-04-06 04:23:06



The acting Navy secretary says he swiftly fired an aircraft carrier captain to avoid having Trump step in  

US Navy/MCS 3rd Class Nicholas Huynh Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly rushed to relieve Capt. Brett Crozier of his command of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt because he wanted to act before President Donald Trump intervened, The Washington Post reported on Sunday. Crozier was relieved on Thursday, just days after a letter pleading with the Navy for more support as his ship dealt with a coronavirus outbreak leaked to the media. Modly has accused the captain of sending ou

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2020-04-06 04:15:33



If you have a mortgage with Chase, you may qualify for a 90-day deferment during the COVID-19 pandemic  

Maskot/Getty Images If you have a home loan with Chase and have been impacted by COVID-19, you may qualify for a 90-day mortgage deferment. Interest will still accrue during the deferment period, but Chase will not charge late fees or report late or missed payments to credit bureau agencies. When you defer, you pay any outstanding balance at the end of the 90-day period. You can sign into your account online or call 1 (800) 848-9136 to apply for deferment. Read more personal finance cover

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2020-04-06 04:14:23



Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for the coronavirus. Here's what happens if he becomes too ill to remain prime minister  

Getty UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital, ten days after testing positive for COVID-19 after experiencing "persistent symptoms of coronavirus." Johnson continues to exhibit a high temperature and will undergo tests in hospital, Downing Street indicated. Aides have reportedly become "increasingly worried" about his health in recent days. The UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will deputise for him at an emergency UK government coronavirus meeting on Monday. Howeve

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2020-04-06 04:07:36



Trump is touting experimental drugs for COVID-19, saying they're 'not going to hurt' people. But the drugs have severe side effects and misuse has led to poisoning and even death.  

Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images President Donald Trump has repeatedly endorsed two experimental drugs as a potential treatment for COIVD-19.  The drugs — chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine— are often used for the prevention and treatment of certain types of malaria, as well as for rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and a limited number of other conditions.  "If it works, that will be great, if it doesn't work ... it doesn't kill people," he claimed during a press briefing o

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2020-04-06 03:57:45



Biases you didn't know existed in the healthcare industry, and how they impact patients and medical professionals  

John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Biases are forms of discrimination in which we hold unfair beliefs about an entire group of people. These biases can be conscious (explicit) or unconscious (implicit).  Business Insider spoke to Dr. Jasmine Marcelin, a doctor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Dr. Chloë Fitzgerald, a researcher of implicit bias, to gain a greater understanding of bias in medicine. Both explicit and implicit bias are prevalent in the me

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2020-04-06 03:38:34



Oil prices slump 3% after Saudi Arabia and Russia delay talks to end their price war  

Dennis Van Tine/STAR MAX/IPx 2018 via AP Crude oil prices slid more than 3% on Monday on reports that Russia and Saudi Arabia have postponed their oil production meeting to Thursday, casting doubt on a potential deal. Brent crude fell 3.1% to $33.10 and West Texas Intermediate fell 3% to $27.50, after surging last week on deal hopes. On Sunday, President Donald Trump threatened to impose "very substantial tariffs" on oil imports if Saudi Arabia and Russia do not reach a deal to end the

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2020-04-06 03:26:54



Who is Dominic Raab? What we know about Boris Johnson's 'designated survivor' as prime minister  

Getty Boris Johnson has been hospitalised after experiencing "persistent symptoms" of the coronavirus. As First Secretary of State, Raab will deputise for the prime minister while Johnson is in hospital Raab is a controversial figure both inside and outside the UK government. The news that Raab would deputise for Johnson was received like "a cup of cold sick" by his cabinet rivals, according to one report. Raab has caused controversy with his political views and comments about women. Col

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2020-04-06 03:10:49



YouTube will delete videos that falsely link 5G to the novel coronavirus after reports of people setting phone masts on fire  

Getty Images/Justin Sullivan YouTube will delete videos that groundlessly link 5G technology to the spread of COVID-19. According to The Guardian, the video-sharing site will actively remove videos that breach its policies. YouTube could let "borderline" content on 5G-related conspiracy theories stay on the site provided it doesn't mention coronavirus, though it could still be suppressed and removed from search results. Conspiracy theorists have connected the emerging mobile technology to

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2020-04-06 02:25:25



Trump says the US Navy hospital ship in New York City may soon be used to treat coronavirus patients  

Mike Segar/Reuters The US Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort, which is docked off the coast of Manhattan, may soon start taking in coronavirus patients.  The 1,000-bed ship was deployed to New York last month to ease the burden on other healthcare facilities as they treat patients with COVID-19. But the ship had only filled around 2% of its beds as of last week.  Speaking at a White House press briefing on Sunday, Trump said the ship would be used to treat coronavirus patients if ne

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2020-04-06 02:11:14



The coronavirus could affect the accuracy of the 2020 census — and that could decide who gets a vaccine  

The 2020 census is underway, but experts fear the coronavirus pandemic could prevent an accurate count of the US population. The government uses census data to allocate resources, such as a potential coronavirus vaccine. An inaccurate census tally could lead to communities not getting the volume of vaccine they need. You can respond to the census online now. View more episodes of Business Insider Today on Facebook. Scientists across the world are racing to develop a coronavirus vaccine.

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2020-04-05 22:29:31



UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is taken to hospital for tests, 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus  

REUTERS/Hannah McKay UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was taken to the hospital for coronavirus tests on Sunday. Johnson announced on March 27 that he had contracted the COVID-19 virus and planned to self-isolate.  "This is a precautionary step, as the Prime Minister continues to have persistent symptoms of coronavirus ten days after testing positive for the virus," a Downing Street spokesperson said. As of Sunday, the UK has confirmed 48,407 coronavirus cases and 4,943 deaths. Visit

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2020-04-05 22:15:19



An Illinois man allegedly shot his wife then himself over coronavirus fears  

Claudio Furlan/LaPresse via AP Police say Patrick Jesernik shot his wife Cheryl Jesernik, then himself, on Thursday. He'd reportedly told family members that he was afraid he and his wife had contracted the novel coronavirus. Experts predicted the stresses of the pandemic and lockdown could lead to an uptick in domestic violence. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A man in Chicago suburb Lockport Township killed his wife and then himself this week, police say. On Thursd

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2020-04-05 20:25:26



How to explain to a skeptic that the coronavirus should be taken seriously  

Xinhua/Ren Chao/Getty Images Denial is a natural human response when we are faced with a situation that evokes overwhelming emotion and panic, like the coronavirus pandemic. Experts weigh in on how to convince Americans that the coronavirus pandemic should be taken seriously and to follow CDC and WHO guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus. Experts say that people need to be given the big picture of how the repercussions of non-action against COVID-19 will affect the country as whole,

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2020-04-05 19:26:35



Apple has begun designing and producing face shields to protect health care workers during the coronavirus pandemic (AAPL)  

Yves Herman/Reuters Apple has begun designing and producing face shields to protect health care workers in the United States during the coronavirus pandemic. Apple CEO Tim Cook made the announcement via Twitter on Sunday. The company said it plans to ship one million face shields per week. It also increased the number of face masks it's donating to health care workers in the US to 20 million, up from the 10 million it previously announced. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more storie

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2020-04-05 19:17:47



Leaked memo: Amazon is now recommending the workers sorting and moving your online orders wear face masks, but will only have 'limited' quantities  

REUTERS/Andrew Kelly Amazon advised the workers who sort and move your packages on Sunday evening to wear face masks to work. However, the company has only a "limited" supply as they work to source more masks. Meanwhile, an external communication from Amazon said all warehouses would have masks early on in the week of April 5. These blogs did not mention a limited supply of masks.  Workers at more than 50 Amazon warehouses have reported coronavirus cases.  Visit Business Insider

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2020-04-05 19:09:11



Everything we know about the coronavirus, from who's most at risk to where new cases are spreading  

Sebastien Bozon/AFP via Getty Images The coronavirus has sickened more than 1.2 million people around the world.  A third of the world is now under some form of lockdown due to the pandemic. The US has the largest reported outbreak, representing more than one fifth of all cases worldwide, with New York at its epicenter. Italy has the world's highest reported death count. Here's everything we know about COVID-19. Read Business Insider's live coronavirus updates here, and visit the hom

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2020-04-05 18:57:23



A cruise ship with two coronavirus deaths and at least 12 infections just docked in Miami — take a look at how it ended up there  

Joe Raedle/Getty Images) The Coral Princess cruise ship, which has confirmed cases of COVID-19 aboard and two dead passengers, docked in Miami. The Princess Cruises ship was one of several cruise ships stuck at sea seeking a port, and was turned away several times before reaching Miami. The coronavirus has infected more than one million people around the world, and the US has the largest reported outbreak. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Coral Princess cruise shi

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2020-04-05 14:53:27



Billionaire investor Bill Ackman posted an 11% gain in March after turning $27 million into $2.6 billion with coronavirus bets  

REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton Bill Ackman's Pershing Square made an 11.1% net gain in March after betting that markets would tank because of the novel coronavirus. The billionaire investor's hedge fund spent $27 million on hedges that surged in value to $2.6 billion during the market sell-off, balancing out declines in its equity portfolio. Pershing Square recorded a 3.3% net gain for the first quarter, a sharp rebound from its year-to-date loss of 7.1% at the end of February. Ackman last mont

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2020-04-05 13:58:07



Surgeon General warns the upcoming weeks of coronavirus cases and deaths will be 'our Pearl Harbor moment and our 9/11 moment'  

Alex Brandon/AP Surgeon General Jerome Adams appeared on broadcast and cable news on Sunday, warning this week could be the "saddest week of most Americans' lives."  Adams compared the upcoming week to the attack on Pearl Harbor and the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. He refused to say whether governors in nine states that have not ordered residents to "stay at home" should issue such orders, saying governors had their citizens' best interests in mind. "We aren't going to treat

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2020-04-05 13:56:05



THE SVOD SHAKEOUT REPORT: A massive media shakeout is on the horizon — here are the key trends, players, and how we think it will play out  

This is a preview of THE SVOD SHAKEOUT research report from Business Insider Intelligence. Purchase this report. To check to see if you already have access to Business Insider Intelligence through your company, click here. The streaming wars — the high-stakes competition among media and tech giants to attract subscribers or users to their streaming video services — have officially begun. In the space of nine months between November 2019 and July 2020, four major subscriptio

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2020-04-05 13:01:15



Economists think coronavirus could push unemployment above Great Depression levels. Here's why the pain won't be as prolonged this time.  

Spencer Platt/Getty Images Bleak unemployment data and forward-looking projections suggest the US economy is doomed for a prolonged recession. Some forecasts for unemployment have exceeded what was seen during the peak of the Great Depression. But some experts still see a path to a V-shaped rebound. Demand can still bounce back in the virus's wake, according to Heidi Shierholz, director of policy at the Economic Policy Institute, said. But the outlook isn't all rosy. The labor market's his

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2020-04-05 12:17:58



The legendary economist who predicted the housing crisis says the stock market is probably far from the bottom — in a video interview from his bee yard  

  Economist Dr. Gary Shilling says the global economy was already in a recession before the coronavirus pandemic started.  Shilling expects this recession to run at least through the end of the year and says the stock market is probably far and away from the bottom. Shilling thinks one of the most important things that has happened is the realization of how dependent we are on the rest of the world. As a result, he says, there will be a lot more protectionism which is much more in

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2020-04-05 11:41:12



Fired US Navy captain reportedly emailed his coronavirus warning because he believed his boss would have prevented it  

US Navy Capt. Brett Crozier of the USS Theodore Roosevelt reportedly believed his dire letter warning of the coronavirus outbreak aboard his ship would not be allowed to be sent by his superiors. The acting Navy secretary, Thomas Modly, said that Crozier was "panicking" and was flabbergasted by him being "so out of character," he said to the Washington Post. Modly claimed that he eventually fired Crozier because he "didn't want to get into a decision where the president would feel that he h

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2020-04-05 10:42:10



Trump keeps touting a malaria drug to treat coronavirus despite a lack of clinical evidence showing that it's effective. Here's how to enroll in a clinical trial.  

Crystal Cox/Business Insider The malaria drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine have rapidly become top potential coronavirus treatments. But they lack any high-quality clinical evidence that shows they are effective against COVID-19. Dr. David Boulware, a University of Minnesota infectious disease professor, is running two experiments to test hydroxychloroquine in large controlled trials to determine the drug's effectiveness. Both are now open for enrollment. One study is assessing whet

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2020-04-05 10:25:45



My wife will still have a home if I die because I spend $32 a month on life insurance, and it's worth every penny  

MoMo Productions/Getty Images   Many employers offer a life insurance benefit. These policies are usually fairly small, often paying out about $10,000. I bought additional coverage to ensure that my wife can afford to stay in our home if something happens to me. I pay $32.11 per month for $100,000 of coverage. I bought term life insurance because I'm less worried about her financial security in old age than if I die during my prime earning years. Policygenius can help you compare lif

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2020-04-05 10:21:43



Joe Biden's best vice presidential option is obvious: Kamala Harris  

Scott Olson/Getty Images Joe Biden's pick for vice president should help contrast his style and bring the Democratic party together. That's why the right pick is clear: Sen. Kamala Harris. Michael Gordon is a longtime Democratic strategist, a former spokesperson for the Justice Department, and the principal for the strategic-communications firm Group Gordon. This is an opinion column. The thoughts expressed are those of the author. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Am

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2020-04-05 09:42:47



Italy, Spain, and France reported declines in daily coronavirus death tolls. Their governments don't plan to lift national lockdowns and social distancing rules anytime soon.  

Andrea Pattaro/AFP via Getty Images Italy, Spain, and France each reported slight declines in daily coronavirus death tolls on Sunday. The three countries responded to the coronavirus with strict national lockdowns in early to mid-March, and they have no imminent plans to loosen those restrictions. During an appearance on NBC's "Meet the Press," Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte reminded his country that social distancing "is the only way to defeat the pandemic altogether" and pleaded,

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2020-04-05 09:33:39



How to Spot a Dead Cat Bounce  

Last week, the market appeared to be recovering, but this week it's largely down again. This kind of false rally is known in the finance world as a "dead cat bounce." Today, Wealth Daily editor Samuel Taube teaches you how to spot the next one.

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2020-04-05 09:31:15



'I'm worried that I have infected 1000 people in the last three days': Amazon workers reveal all the reasons why they're afraid to go to work  

Reuters As thousands of businesses across the country close their doors to help slow the spread of the coronavirus across the country, Amazon, deemed an "essential business," is one of a few major multinational corporations that have continued to operate.   While the company's operations have largely carried on business as usual, the fear of catching the coronavirus at Amazon warehouses is now palpable, employees told Business Insider. A quiet cough or small sneeze would usually pass

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2020-04-05 09:28:28



Walmart will start counting shoppers at the door and limiting how many can enter  

Stephanie Keith / Stringer / Getty Images Walmart stores will allow no more than five customers for each 1,000 square feet of space. Walmart employees stationed at store entrances will count customers and admit them one by one. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Walmart plans to start limiting the number of customers in its stores to enforce social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.  Starting Saturday, Walmart stores will allow no more than five customers fo

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2020-04-05 08:58:12



Sex toys, video games, and dolls: Amazon workers claim the company is still sending out whatever customers order despite pledges to prioritize essential goods  

Jeramey Lende / Shutterstock.com On March 17, Amazon announced that it would only accept orders for goods such as medical and sanitation supplies, and other high-demand products amid the global coronavirus outbreaks.  Amazon said claimed it would only deliver essential items in Italy and France, regardless of what it had in stock. However, Amazon workers at facilities across the US claim that the e-commerce giant is continuing to deliver non-essential items, like nipple clamps, Nintend

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2020-04-05 08:44:34



Scott Kelly spent 340 days in space as a NASA astronaut. Here are his top 3 strategies for coping with isolation.  

Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters Due to COVID-19, people around the world are experiencing what it's like to be completely self-isolated in an enclosed space for an extended amount of time — something that Scott Kelly knows all too well. Kelly is a former NASA astronaut who spent almost a full year on the International Space Station and studied the long-term effects that being in space has on the human body. To keep your spirits up, Kelly says it's important to separate times for work and rest, c

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2020-04-05 08:37:22



'In search of the apex and the other side of the mountain': The coronavirus has killed more than 4,100 New Yorkers in just over a month, and the worst is still to come  

Kena Betancur/ VIEWpress via Getty Images The coronavirus has wreaked havoc in New York, infecting more than 122,000 people — more than China's reported total — and killing over 4,100. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has shut down schools, put the city on pause, closed non-essential businesses, ramped up testing, and created makeshift hospitals. In the month since New York's first coronavirus case was reported, though, hospitals have been overrun. Morgues are filling to capacity, medical

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2020-04-05 06:34:42



Trump reportedly dismissed January coronavirus warnings from Health Secretary Alex Azar as 'alarmist'  

AP Photo/Evan Vucci President Donald Trump dismissed warnings from Health Secretary Alex Azar about the threat posed by the coronavirus in January as "alarmist," reported The Washington Post Saturday.  Azar was reportedly concerned that the president was not taking his warnings seriously enough, but officials told the Post Azar could've stressed the urgency of the problem more strongly.  A White House spokesman dismissed the report as "palace intrigue."  In the early weeks o

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2020-04-05 05:31:23



The US Postal Service is on track to run out of money by June, and it could be a disaster for states trying to expand voting by mail  

Carlos Barria/Reuters The ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in the United States has plunged the US Postal Service into dire financial straits. It could severely impact the 2020 elections as states pivot to vote by mail.  Two Democratic lawmakers who oversee the Postal Service warned in late March that the agency "will not survive the summer without immediate help from Congress and the White House." The stimulus package President Trump recently signed into law allows the post office to borrow

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2020-04-05 04:28:36



The Queen will address the UK later today to talk about the importance of 'self-discipline, quiet good-humored resolve, and fellow-feeling'  

Queen Elizabeth II will send a message about the importance of "self-discipline, quiet good-humored resolve, and fellow-feeling" in her speech later today. Her Majesty will talk to the UK and Commonwealth countries about the coronavirus outbreak in the speech that will be broadcast at 8 p.m. She will talk about this "increasingly challenging time," and urge people to "take pride in how they responded to this challenge." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Queen Elizabet

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2020-04-05 03:57:38



NYC Department of Education is banning Zoom over privacy concerns for students and teachers  

Flickr/danielcenoz New York City teachers are banned from using Zoom for virtual teaching after the Department of Education cited safety and privacy concerns.  Schools are instead being directed to use Microsoft Teams, which the department has reportedly already started training teachers and staff to use.  However, some critics told Chalkbeat that the platform was not as attractive as Zoom, and could diminish some teachers' ability to deliver live lessons.  Zoom has been pla

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2020-04-05 03:16:02



An Air Force photo reveals interesting details about one of the oldest flying F-22 stealth fighters  

Edwards Air Force Base/The Aviationist A photo from Edwards Air Force Base reveals some really interesting details about the oldest flying F-22 Raptor. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Raptor 4007 (AF 91-4007) is, along with 4006, the oldest flying F-22 Raptor. The aircraft is assigned to the 411th Flight Test Squadron and F-22 Combined Test Force as serves as a "flight sciences aircraft," a platform used to perform various tests as part of the almost continuous F-22 fl

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2020-04-05 03:01:34



US Navy captain fired over leaked coronavirus warning letter has reportedly tested positive  

US Navy/MCS Seaman Alexander Williams Captain Brett Crozier, the former commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, has tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, The New York Times reported Sunday, citing two former Naval Academy classmates close to the captain and his family. Crozier was fired Thursday after a letter raising alarms about the severity of an outbreak aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt leaked to the media earlier in the week. W

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2020-04-05 02:58:28



Trump says the fired Navy commander's letter pleading for help for his coronavirus-stricken ship 'looked terrible' and was 'not appropriate'  

Associated Press/Patrick Semansky President Donald Trump told reporters on Saturday he agreed "100%" with the Navy's decision to fire the commander who sent a letter pleading for help with the coronavirus outbreak on his ship. "I thought it was terrible what he did, to write a letter? I mean, this isn't a class on literature. This is a captain of a massive ship that's nuclear-powered," Trump said. Navy officials said they fired Capt. Brett Crozier because he bypassed the chain of command by

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2020-04-05 02:44:40



A Japanese University used remote-controlled robots to hold a virtual graduation  

ANA Group Business Breakthrough University (BBT) in Tokyo, Japan held a virtual graduation ceremony due to the coronavirus. Students called into the ceremony using video-conferencing tool Zoom, and they were displayed on mobile robots. Events including graduations and weddings have been moved online to "Minecraft," "Animal Crossing," and other online games since the coronavirus spread throughout the world. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Students at Business Breakthr

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2020-04-05 02:27:01



A tiger at the Bronx Zoo tested positive for COVID-19 after coming into contact with an asymptomatic caretaker  

Wildlife Conservation Society A four-year-old female tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City tested positive for COVID-19, the coronavirus disease. A caretaker at the zoo was infected but asymptomatic and infected the tiger. The zoo says the tigers have decreased appetites but are expected to recover. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In a suspected human to animal transmission, a tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for COVID-19, the coronavirus disease. 

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2020-04-05 02:12:44



'MAYDAY': The largest organization of independent truck drivers is demanding that Trump provide masks, testing, and quarantine zones for truckers  

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File America's largest organization of independent truck drivers is demanding that President Donald Trump act quickly to protect drivers. There are nearly two million truck drivers in the US, and they have been deemed as "essential" workers while much of the nation has been told to stay home.  Truckers are at an increased risk for contracting the coronavirus.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In a letter that begins "HELP – MAYD

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2020-04-04 22:10:55



Trump warns 'there will be a lot of death' and the US could be facing its 'toughest week' yet  

Associated Press/Patrick Semansky President Donald Trump on Saturday warned that "there will be a lot of death" and the United States could be facing its "toughest week" yet in the fight against coronavirus. Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House's coronavirus task force coordinator, told reporters that the New York City, Detroit, and New Orleans areas would hit the peak of their outbreaks in six or seven days. New York state has been reporting hundreds of deaths daily, and hit a record 630 deat

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2020-04-04 20:50:32



Everything we know about the coronavirus stimulus checks that will pay many Americans up to $1,200 each  

MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images / Contributor / Getty Images Part of the $2 trillion stimulus package from the US government is one-time cash payments of up to $1,200 to Americans who qualify. Those payments — coronavirus stimulus checks, if you will — will be paid automatically to Americans with Social Security numbers. If you filed taxes in 2018 or 2019, or you don't file taxes but do get Social Security payments, you don't have to do anything to get a payment.

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2020-04-04 15:38:12



I flew on one of the few remaining flights during the coronavirus pandemic, and it was unlike anything I'd ever seen  

Benjamin Goggin Domestic air travel has come to a near standstill amid the coronavirus outbreak sweeping across the United States. But there are still a handful of of flights available for passengers with necessary travel. I took one of them to Minnesota on April 3 to help support my family during the crisis, and the experience shocked me. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Air travel has come to a near-complete halt in the United States as the coronavirus pandemic cres

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2020-04-04 14:50:23



The Trump Organization laid off 1,500 people after it closed over a dozen properties due to the novel coronavirus pandemic  

Astrid Riecken/Getty Images The Trump Organization has laid off or furloughed around 1,500 employees as a result of closures related to the novel coronavirus, the Washington Post reported. The move mirrors those made like other major hotel chains, like Marriott International. A report from The New York Times said the organization had contacted Deutsche Bank to ask if it could defer payments on outstanding loans. The president previously admitted his businesses have suffered as a result of

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2020-04-04 13:27:40



The 20 best video games of all time, according to critics  

Nintendo There has never been a better time to catch up on literally anything you've been meaning to catch up on.  You could do a bunch of pushups for Instagram, or turn yourself into a potato over Zoom...or you could play the best video games ever made. We compiled the top 20 highest-rated games of all time, based on the averages obtained by Metacritic, and where to play them. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The day has finally come: You've got enough free time

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2020-04-04 12:02:38



These 7 charts show how brutal the March jobs report was, and signal further economic pain ahead  

REUTERS/Rick Wilking The March jobs report surprised economists as it showed that the US economy lost 701,000 jobs last month compared to the 100,000 expected.  The report also didn't include the last two weeks of the month in which 10 million Americans filed for unemployment insurance. Still, the report was dismal and showed that economic pain stemming from the coronavirus started even earlier than people expected.  Here are seven charts that show just how bad the March jobs rep

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2020-04-04 11:42:15



How New York Governor Andrew Cuomo became a national icon of PowerPoint prowess — and comedy  

Office of Governor Andrew Cuomo New York governor Andrew Cuomo has become must-watch television for many during the coronavirus pandemic. His briefings are always accompanied by his signature brash PowerPoints, the slides of which have have quickly become memes unto themselves. The PowerPoints are a prime exemplar of PowerPoint comedy — where a medium known for its mundanity becomes the deliverer of something far more surprising, chaotic, or transcendent.  In Cuomo's case, they

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2020-04-04 10:33:42



Amazon is turning away employees with temperatures over than 100.4 degrees and slashing up to half their pay  

Alfonso Di Vincenzo/KONTROLAB/LightRocket via Getty Images Some Amazon facilities have started conducting daily temperature checks of employees before they go into work.  If an employee registers a temperature above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, they are required to stay home until they have been fever-free for 72 hours. Despite being forced to stay home, Amazon will only pay workers up to 5 hours of their missed time. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon warehous

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2020-04-04 10:07:30



Coronavirus Panic: Expert Opinions You Can't Ignore  

These scientists are bucking the coronavirus narrative.

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2020-04-04 10:06:06



Locals are petitioning to close the bridges into Cape Cod to keep out the influx of second-homeowners fleeing the coronavirus  

John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Locals in the Cape Cod area are signing a petition for bridges to be closed in an attempt to prevent any more big city residents from migrating to the area amid the coronavirus pandemic. At the time of publication, the petition had over 12,500 out of 15,000 requested signatures.  Cape Cod is the latest small town area to be hit with those fleeing from coronavirus "hotspots" like New York City. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more s

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2020-04-04 09:16:25



The coronavirus pandemic is going to trigger a second healthcare crisis  

Steve Pfost/Newsday RM via Getty Images The American healthcare system is straining under the weight of the coronavirus crisis. Hospitals have had to postpone or stop providing medical attention for all but COVID-19 patients. But the chronically ill still need treatment. A second healthcare crisis could be on the horizon. Dan Greenleaf is the president and CEO of LogistiCare, a medical transportation company. This is an opinion column. The thoughts expressed are those of the author. Visi

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2020-04-04 08:27:40



5 lessons I learned from relying on credit cards while I was unemployed  

valentinrussanov/Getty Images   In 2015, I was unemployed for six months and underemployed for another year. During that time, I relied heavily on credit cards to cover my basic necessities. If I could go back, I would make sure I had a low-interest or intro-APR credit card going into unemployment, and I would try harder to keep my spending under control. I'm glad I took advantage of balance transfers to pay off my credit card debt, and I'm also glad I went into unemployment with high

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2020-04-04 08:08:56



The top 9 shows on Netflix and other streaming services this week  

Netflix Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider with a list of the nine most in-demand original TV shows on streaming services in the US. This week includes Netflix's "Ozark" and Disney Plus' "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix's "Ozark" returned with its third season last week to critical acclaim, with the highest Rotten Tomatoes critic score of any of the seasons by far. And fans are loving it, too. Every week, Parrot

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2020-04-04 07:10:24



The NRA is suing Gov. Cuomo after New York closed gun shops as non-essential businesses  

Andrew Kelly/Reuters The NRA filed a lawsuit against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday over his closure of gun stores in the state as part of his "PAUSE" order.  The order, in place until at least April 15, allows a list of essential businesses to remain open, though gun stores were not included in the list. The Department of Homeland Security last week guided states to allow gun stores to remain open even amid the coronavirus pandemic. "I wish I could come immune to this virus t

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2020-04-04 05:44:47



Keir Starmer wins the Labour leadership contest and vows to unite the party  

Peter Summers/Getty Images Keir Starmer has been elected as the new leader of the Labour Party. The Shadow Brexit Secretary won convincingly against his rivals Rebecca Long-Bailey and Lisa Nandy. The Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner has been elected as his deputy. The announcement was made remotely due to the ongoing coronavirus lockdown. Starmer is expected to announce his new Shadow Cabinet on Sunday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Keir Starmer has won t

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2020-04-04 04:39:37



8 TV & video marketing trends you should know before advertising in 2020  

This is a preview of the new 2020 TV and Video Trends market research report from our partners at eMarketer. eMarketer PRO analyzes the TV and video industry and provides in-depth analyst reports, proprietary forecasts, customizable charts, and more.  Check if your company subscribes to eMarketer PRO, or learn more about access here. This year, several streaming services will enter an already crowded market, at a time when the traditional TV industry is trying to limit its losse

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2020-04-04 04:33:46



'The scary things that this virus can do': Doctors across NYC share the harrowing reality of caring for oxygen-starved coronavirus patients as equipment runs short  

Mount Sinai New York City's hospitals are filling with coronavirus patients as the pandemic hits the city.  In response, hospitals are finding new ways to add beds and increase the number of patients they can care for.  The pandemic has transformed everyday life, creating a new reality for healthcare workers across the city.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Dr. Trevor Pour, an emergency medicine doctor at Mount Sinai Health System, feels like he has a

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2020-04-04 04:30:38



Trump says he 'may take' hydroxychloroquine, even though there's no evidence it's effective or safe to prevent or treat coronavirus  

Associated Press/Patrick Semansky President Donald Trump said Saturday he "may take" hydroxychloroquine, apparently to prevent the coronavirus, though there is no evidence the drug is safe or effective for that use. "I'll have to ask my doctors about that, but I may take it," Trump told reporters. The nation's top infectious disease expert, Anthony Fauci, has warned Americans against placing too much faith in the drug, which has not yet undergone rigorous clinical testing. Critics have ass

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2020-04-04 04:08:13



5 things to know about federal student loan forbearance during the coronavirus crisis  

Eric Raptosh Photography/Getty Images Federal student loan repayment is being suspended automatically for all borrowers until September 30, 2020.  If you want to keep paying, you'll have to call. You can opt back into forbearance later, if you need to. Borrowers in default will also see temporary stops to wage garnishing, collections, and Social Security, disability, or federal tax rebate withholding. If you've made a payment to your federal student loans since March 13, you can get a

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2020-04-04 04:04:33



Morgues are so overfilled in Ecuador's largest city from the coronavirus outbreak that bodies are being left in homes or the streets  

STR/Marcos Pin/AFP via Getty Images Corpses remain in family homes and on the street in Guayaquil, Ecuador, as authorities are overburdened with a collection of the bodies of dead, several news agencies reported. The city is the epicenter of Ecuador's coronavirus outbreak. It's very likely that the country has far more cases than the 3,300 it's officially reported. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Bodies of people who died presumably from the novel coronavirus remain

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2020-04-04 03:23:45



New York Gov. Cuomo says he expects the peak of the coronavirus outbreak to hit in the 'seven-day' range as cases skyrocket  

REUTERS/Brendan Mcdermid New York Gov. Cuomo said he expects the peak of coronavirus cases in the state to be in the "seven-day" range, though he said the state isn't yet prepared for the pressure on the healthcare system. New confirmed cases jumped 11,000 in the past 24 hours — the biggest single-day increase since the outbreak began in March. A day after Cuomo said he was deploying the National Guard to gather up unused ventilators, he announced China is donating 1,000 ventilators t

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2020-04-04 03:19:12



The US just recorded the highest single-day death toll in the world  

ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images The US recorded 1,321 deaths of the coronavirus between Thursday and Friday, statistics site Worldometers reported. This is the highest single-day death toll recorded by any country in the world. New York, the worst-hit state in the country, also reported its highest single-day rise in deaths on Friday. The previous record for the world's highest single-day death toll was held by Spain, which reported 950 COVID-19 deaths on Thursday. Visit Business Inside

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2020-04-04 03:11:32



The coronavirus crisis is creating a global power vacuum  

Andrew Parsons/10 Downing Street/Handout In response to the coronavirus outbreak, countries have closed their borders and global leadership is absent. That lack of cooperation will be felt during the crisis and will shape the world that emerges after it. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The COVID-19 outbreak has set in motion a reshuffling of global powers. Experts say international cooperation is critical to combat COVID-19. But as more and more countries close their

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2020-04-04 02:36:43



Things to do to stay connected and distracted in quarantine, From Zoom parties to binge-watching 'Tiger King'  

Animal Corssing/Netflix As the new reality of living through a pandemic sets in, people are searching to temper the deluge of medical information and intimidating headlines with quarantine entertainment.  While typical stress relief activities may be harder to orchestrate during a time of mass social distancing and sheltering in place, there are a number of ways to steer clear of coronavirus news and enjoy the time at home.  Between new Netflix series, mass gaming movements, and q

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2020-04-04 02:35:25



Here's why the depleted cruise line industry will be one of the biggest losers of the new $500 billion corporate bailout program  

Jorge Delgado/Reuters The $2 trillion stimulus package contained a substantial pot of money for bailouts of large corporations and businesses. But the cruise line industry will be left out since the largest companies are incorporated offshore in a bid to avoid having their income taxed by the federal government. Democrats are critical of aiding an industry that avoids federal taxes, but Trump has expressed a willingness to help them out. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

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2020-04-04 02:18:05



Trump berates CBS News' Weijia Jiang for her 'nasty tone' after she asked him to clarify Jared Kushner's statements about the national stockpile  

Win McNamee/Getty Images President Donald Trump berated a female reporter's "nasty tone" after she asked him to clarify comments made by his son-in-law and White House advisor Jared Kushner the previous day. CBS News' Weijia Jiang asked Trump to explain Kushner's apparent assertion the day before that the Strategic National Stockpile was not intended for the states to use, but rather the federal government. The stockpile was established to supplement states' medical supplies during a health

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2020-04-04 02:13:12



Trump fired the intelligence community lawyer who told Congress about the Ukraine whistleblower complaint  

AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin President Donald Trump removed the intelligence community inspector general Michael Atkinson on Friday evening, and his dismissal will be effective in 30 days, CNN reported. In his letter to the chairman and vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Trump said he no longer had the "fullest confidence" in Atkinson and will nominate a successor at a later date. Atkinson made headlines last year when it surfaced that he alerted Congress about a whistleblower

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2020-04-04 02:05:35



Boeing shunned automation for decades. When the aviation giant finally embraced it, an automated system in the 737 Max kicked off the biggest crisis in its history.  

Mustafa Yalcin/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images; Samantha Lee/Business Insider The two Boeing 737 Max plane crashes that killed 346 people have been attributed to a faulty automated system that pilots say they were not aware of. The crashes have sparked a huge crisis for Boeing, causing it to lose billions, face lawsuits, come under Congressional and regulatory scrutiny, lose plane orders, and lose its status as the world's largest plane maker. There is a cruel irony in Boeing's crisis, as the c

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2020-04-04 01:53:02






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