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Supreme Court to consider scope of voting rights protections for minorities as GOP pushes to tighten rules
Today 16:52 EST
Supreme Court will revisit the Voting Rights Act on Tuesday in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee.
Chloe Zhao, second woman to win a best director Golden Globe, says slow success is key
Today 16:31 EST
The 38-year-old filmmaker behind 'Nomadland' is the second woman and the first Asian woman to win the Golden Globe for best director.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's sexual harassment accuser asks other women to come forward, condemns 'predatory behavior'
Today 16:26 EST
Charlotte Bennett's request came as New York AG Letitia James said that Cuomo's office formally requested an independent investigation of the allegations.
The rise comes after Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett said in his letter to investors published this weekend that his firm owns 5.4% of Apple.
REITs have managed to largely keep pace with the broader market this year even with rates on the rise. State Street Global Advisors' Michael Arone explains.
Zoom expects to keep the revenue growth coming in the quarters ahead, although it won't be at pandemic levels.
Airbnb on Monday informed travel bloggers that it will shutting down its affiliate program at the end of March.
Fed policy changes could be coming in response to bond market turmoil, economists say
Today 15:50 EST
While the Fed may not raise its benchmark interest rate for years, there are growing expectations it may tweak policy soon.
Altice USA CEO says cable TV will die and broadband and wireless companies should merge
Today 15:12 EST
The CEO of Altice USA, the fourth largest U.S. cable provider by subscribers, says it's only a matter of time before cable TV dies off.
Andrew Cuomo's donors are looking to pause and reevaluate their fundraising for the New York governor amid sexual harassment allegations against him.
Investor Michael Farr: Inflation worries are rising, but there may be a happily ever after for markets in sight
Today 14:35 EST
Inflation fears are keeping stock investors up at night. Here’s what could be ahead, according to Michael Farr, CEO of Farr, Miller and Washington.
Some critics accuse President Joe Biden of failing a crucial test of leadership. The White House says its aim is to stop similar crimes from occurring.
Johnson & Johnson's vaccine is approved — here's why experts say you should take what you can get
Today 14:31 EST
In the U.S., the Johnson & Johnson shot has shown 72% effectiveness at preventing Covid and 86% effectiveness at preventing severe illness and death, according to data submitted to the FDA.
With coronavirus lockdowns stretching into year two, millions of Americans are working from a different state than where they were when the pandemic began.
This year's Golden Globes telecast provides the upcoming Academy Awards show with a blueprint of do's and don'ts.
How millennial Nobel Prize nominee Amanda Nguyen's viral video sparked coverage of anti-Asian racism
Today 14:10 EST
Nguyen, an activist and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, is sparking national dialogue of rising anti-Asian racism in the U.S. during the pandemic.
Self-employed, gig workers are still waiting for new PPP rules that would mean bigger loans
Today 14:02 EST
The Small Business Administration will update how it calculates forgivable PPP loans for sole proprietors, but not until the first week of March.
Biden White House, Nancy Pelosi support independent sex harassment probe of Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Today 13:59 EST
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is under fire for claims he sexually harassed two aides. He is getting no support from the Biden White House.
New York attorney general warns cryptocurrency industry: 'Play by the rules or we will shut you down'
Today 13:53 EST
The Empire State's attorney general warned individual investors and crypto industry players of the perils of digital assets.
Gabelli started buying Buffett's Berkshire on the cheap in 1986. His stake is now worth $83 million
Today 13:43 EST
Mario Gabelli has made nearly 6,200% over the decades on Berkshire Hathaway stock, showing the power of buy-and-hold investing.
Why Thasunda Brown Duckett, TIAA's next CEO, accepted her lowest job offer after college
Today 13:40 EST
For Duckett, the new CEO of TIAA, a lot of factors went into deciding where she would work after college.
Merrick Garland's nomination to become President Biden's attorney general was advanced to the full Senate on Monday.
Eating 2 fruits and 3 vegetables per day is the right mix for longevity: Harvard study
Today 13:19 EST
Eating more than that was not associated with additional benefits, said the study condudcted by the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and released by the American Heath Association.
FTC asks five e-cigarette firms, including Juul, to turn over more sales and advertising data
Today 13:11 EST
The FTC is issuing orders to five tobacco companies including Juul and R.J. Reynolds for information on its 2019-2020 sales, advertising and promotional data.
Rocket Lab CEO says SPAC deal is 'a supercharger' for growth and adds ability to launch astronauts
Today 12:51 EST
Rocket Lab is going public in the next few months and CEO Peter Beck spoke to CNBC to break down the space company's opportunities from the new cash pile.
Fauci says Biden administration is taking new Covid variant in New York 'very seriously'
Today 12:46 EST
Fauci said the New York strain likely originated in Washington Heights, a neighborhood in the uppermost area of Manhattan, before spreading to other boroughs.
'Modesty isn't always a good thing,' says career expert to women: 5 ways to master the art of bragging
Today 12:28 EST
Women have always faced unique challenges in the workplace, particularly when it comes to self-promotion. A career expert shares five ways to brag about yourself—and get ahead.