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"All of the hottest parts of supply chain powered by this e-comm boom, we're right in the middle of that," XPO Logistics CEO Brad Jacobs said.
The company is hosting socially-distanced meetings outdoors as a part of its future 'Hybrid' work plan
U.S. tops 'unfathomable' milestone of 100,000 Covid hospitalizations: 'We're all on edge'
Today 19:15 EST
"We made it through the first week in the spring, and it is frustrating and exhausting to be going through this again," Dr. Megan Ranney said.
Cramer urges Biden to heed lessons of Trump's China trade war: 'Taking a hard line gets results'
Today 19:14 EST
"I hope the incoming Biden administration can look at Trump's trade war objectively, because in many ways, really, it worked," the "Mad Money" host said.
Japan stocks set to trade higher; private survey on services activity in China ahead
Today 18:59 EST
South Korea's markets are set to open an hour later than usual, with trading set to begin at 9 a.m. HK/SIN because of the College Scholastic Ability Test.
2020 is just a 'preview' of how bad things can get if we don't fix climate change, other systemic problems: Lancet report
Today 18:35 EST
Climate change is putting lives at risk and fueling everything from deadly pollution to dangerous bacteria growth in America's waters, according to The Lancet.
"We're not only doing the fashion part. ... There has to be more to it than fashion," Ciara told CNBC.
Biden tech advisor: Hold social media companies accountable for what their users post
Today 18:25 EST
A law protecting the tech industry from liability for their users' posts continues to be on shaky ground as President-elect Joe Biden prepares for office.
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Snowflake, CrowdStrike, PVH, Okta & more
Today 16:57 EST
'This time is different' — Mellody Hobson says companies are making real changes on diversity
Today 16:45 EST
Ariel Investments' co-CEO Mellody Hobson believes that corporate America, held accountable by the public, is on a path to becoming more diverse.
Obama will take coronavirus vaccine and might film it to build confidence – ‘I trust this science’
Today 16:31 EST
Former President Barack Obama said that he will take a Covid vaccine once one is available and may film it to build confidence in the U.S. about vaccine safety.
JPMorgan is buying fintech start-up 55ip to help financial advisors offer tax-efficient portfolios
Today 16:30 EST
JPMorgan said that its asset management division has agreed to buy a fintech start-up that helps financial advisors automate tax-efficient portfolios.
Alleged Jeffrey Epstein procurer Ghislaine Maxwell to seek bail again, wants closed hearing
Today 16:21 EST
Ghislaine Maxwell, the former Jeffrey Epstein girlfriend who once socialized with Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, is being held without bail at a federal jail.
Kaplan says he's not in favor of Fed increasing bond purchases
Today 16:14 EST
Kaplan said he wouldn't be in favor of changing the bond-purchasing program even though he sees rocky times ahead for the economy.
The NFL plan would require teams to stay at hotels, similar to training camps, during the postseason leading into the 2021 Super Bowl on Feb. 7 in Tampa Bay.
COO of Jeff Bezos' space venture Blue Origin is leaving to pursue other opportunities
Today 15:46 EST
The chief operating officer of Jeff Bezos' private space company Blue Origin is leaving, the company confirmed to CNBC on Wednesday.
CDC director warns the next few months could be 'the most difficult in the public health history of this nation'
Today 15:42 EST
Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the CDC, said 450,000 Americans could die of Covid-19 before February.
Elizabeth Holmes' trial to play out before face-masked jurors in socially distanced courtroom
Today 15:37 EST
As pandemic relief talks continue, the fate of stimulus checks and unemployment benefits remain uncertain
Today 15:28 EST
Trump Covid vaccine czar says U.S. should be able to immunize nearly a third of population by end of February
Today 15:03 EST
It will be enough doses to protect a "significant portion" of the most at-risk Americans, which are the elderly, health-care workers and people with preexisting conditions, said Dr. Moncef Slaoui.
Kelly's swearing in cuts the Republican majority in the Senate to 52-48 as two Georgia runoff elections will determine the majority.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell proposed raising a new $300 deduction for charitable cash donations to $600 for singles or $1,200 for joint filers.
Porsche investing $24 million in 'e-fuels' to supplement electrification of sports cars
Today 14:21 EST
Porsche officials said e-fuels can act like gasoline, allowing owners of current and classic vehicles a more environmental-friendly way to drive.
'This is not a Disney+': Walmart CEO Doug McMillon says Walmart+ complexity requires gradual ramp up
Today 13:53 EST
The big-box retailer launched the subscription service in September to try to strengthen customer loyalty and win more of their wallets.
Attorney General William Barr has said there is no signficant evidence that President Trump lost the election to Joe Biden because of voting fraud.
UPS places shipping limits on some retailers as holiday shopping heats up, report says
Today 13:25 EST
The move comes as retailers push up the start of the holiday shopping season this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.