Fear and anger are growing inside United Airlines, where workers are slamming the company over pay cuts after it took billions of dollars in government bailout money
Some United Airlines workers say they have had their hours cut, resulting in less pay, but their workloads have stayed the same.
Iconic luxury department store Harrods to open its first outlet location in a bid to shift excess stock that has built up in its store during the lockdown
Harrods outlet store opens at Westfield shopping center in London in July.
A birthday party held in Lleida, Catalonia, resulted in all 20 people who attended becoming infected.
In the same month last year, the UK made over 70,000 cars, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said on Friday.
Twitter's ex-CEO stepped up the Silicon Valley beef and attacked Facebook for being a hotbed of anti-vaxxer Bill Gates conspiracy theories
Dick Costolo, who was Twitter CEO from 2010 to 2015, pointed to a recent poll which found 50% of Fox viewers believed a Bill Gates conspiracy theory.
The coronavirus pandemic is messing with how economic data is produced, and making it hard to work out how badly it's hitting the global economy, the IMF says
IMF said in a blogpost: "The significant data disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic require innovative data collection methods and data sources."
Illinois, New Jersey, and New York are the only states reopening according to federal guidelines, a ProPublica analysis found
The three states have yet to fully lift stay-at-home orders, which have been in place for roughly the same duration, per the ProPublica analysis.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff explains how giving its salespeople a one-time guaranteed commission and allowing customers 'flexibility' on contracts are 'investments' that will help the company weather the economic crisis
To help employees and customers get through the quarter, Benioff said Salesforce took strategic steps to invest in the company's long term success.
All 50 states have relaxed stay-at-home rules, but the activities residents can do in various places differs widely.
The Chinese CDC now says the coronavirus didn't jump to people at the Wuhan wet market — instead, it was the site of a super-spreader event
The origin of the new coronavirus still isn't known. But according to the Chinese CDC, it isn't the wet market in Wuhan.
San Francisco is ordering everyone to wear a mask or cover their face in public when they're within 30 feet of someone they don't live with
Masks or face coverings will still not be required when exercising outdoors, such as while running, walking, or biking.
A financial planner shares 3 ways to use your extra cash to build wealth and support your community during the pandemic
Many people have lost their incomes, but others still have plenty of cash on hand. A financial planner shares how her clients are using that money.
8 credit cards that earn you bonus points or cash back on streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video
If you subscribe to one or more streaming service, consider using a credit card that offers bonus rewards on this monthly purchase.
In 2005, George Bush laid out an ambitious $7.1 billion strategy to help America face a global health crisis. So what happened?
Some people were sent stimulus checks by mistake, and now the IRS wants them back. Here's how to return the money.
Some foreign workers and family members of the deceased have received stimulus checks in error. The IRS is asking them to return the money.
Google is working with health systems and tech firms to track coronavirus in every county using data from hospitals and cell phones
The project, dubbed the National Response Portal, is collecting data on coronavirus testing, ventilator use, and movement.
Trump and his allies have politicized wearing masks, but the vast majority of Americans say they cover their faces to prevent the spread of COVID-19
The majority of Americans — including self-identified Republicans and Trump's own supporters — regularly follow government guidance to wear a mask.
"The housing market is continuing its path to recovery as various states reopen, leading to more buyers resuming their home search," said Joel Kan.
Chasing a virus, glass shortages, and cold storage: 4 top execs leading the coronavirus vaccine race reveal how they're tackling the greatest challenges standing in their way
A coronavirus shot faces massive challenges in reaching the world and halting the pandemic. Here's how Big Pharma leaders are planning to succeed.
The remarks are a stark contrast to Trump, who has refused to wear one in public and mocked a reporter who did so at a White House press conference.