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The first game of the 2020 World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays is the least watched World Series game since Nielsen began tracking ratings in 1968.
"If you’re over the age of forty, the only way to catch the biggest winners has been staying in touch with your children," the "Mad Money" host said about Wednesday's session.
Futures contracts held steady at the start of the overnight session as investors awaited details from stimulus talks.
Hearing in rape claim defamation case against Trump called off after DOJ lawyer barred from court over New York's Covid restrictions
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The case involves a claim by E. Jean Carroll claim that President Donald Trump defamed her when he said she was lying about having been raped by him in the mid-1990s.
California theme parks are exploring legal action in order to pressure the state into allowing amusement parks to reopen.
Jay Butler, the CDC's deputy director for infectious diseases, said Covid-19 cases are now growing "really in all parts of the country," with particularly high transmission in the Midwest.
'More work needs to be done': Pelosi, Mnuchin set more coronavirus stimulus talks as time runs short
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Pelosi and Mnuchin will continue their talks as they try to resolve differences over coronavirus stimulus ahead of the 2020 election.
Millennial congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined Twitch for a live-streamed game of "Among Us" that also included Rep. Ilhan Omar and popular Twitch streamers like "Pokimane," "DrLupo" and...
Boston Dynamics' Spot robot can recharge on its own now, and it's headed to more places
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One of the world's most public robots, Boston Dynamic's 'Spot' is getting an upgrade during the pandemic, including a new arm and a self-charging station.
Quibi, Jeffrey Katzenberg's short-form video company, will reportedly shut down after just 6 months
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Here's what to expect from Chipotle earnings
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Tesla reports earnings after the bell
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Elon Musk's electric car maker previously reported deliveries of 139,300 vehicles for the period ending September 30, 2020.
Chipotle earnings: One trader's lingering concern about the soaring stock ahead of the report
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As Chipotle gears up to report third-quarter earnings after Wednesday's closing bell, two traders share their predictions for the fast-casual chain's future.
Wall Street donors keep their distance from cash-strapped Trump in campaign's final days
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President Donald Trump is apparently no longer considered a worthy investment for several prominent conservatives in the finance community.
Slack's stock drops after Morgan Stanley says Covid-related spending is going to rivals Microsoft and Zoom
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In a report on Wednesday, Morgan Stanley said that Slack no longer appears to be a beneficiary of the work from home trend.
Apple's services success story relies on massive payments from a single partner: Google
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DOJ cites "public estimates" saying that Google pays Apple between $8 billion and $12 billion per year to be the default search engine on Safari as well as other services like Siri.
Two weeks after Cineworld closed more than 500 Regal Cinemas in the U.S., the second-largest movie theater chain is reopening 11 locations in New York state.
Covid infection rates will rise in New York and U.S. as state fights 'microclusters,' Cuomo says
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"I think the scale is going to go up throughout the fall," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.
Early Google exec says search engine did not do 'evil things,' owes success to 'perfect execution'
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"Everybody wants to win in business, and they've done a great job winning," former Google executive Tim Armstrong told CNBC.
Senate Democrats block GOP's $500 billion coronavirus aid bill as Pelosi-Mnuchin talks continue
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Senate Republicans tried to pass an aid bill as Pelosi and Mnuchin negotiate a coronavirus stimulus bill that would cost at least $1.9 trillion.
Nearly all of that drop came from people who say they are hesitant to buy non-gift items for themselves or their families, despite holiday sales, the survey found.
Will my Social Security be enough? How financial advisors can prepare clients for what's coming in retirement
Today 13:28 EDT
Headlines about Social Security may prompt fears that it won't be there for retirees when they need it. Here's how advisors can demystify the latest news, and help clients come up with retirement...
Alaska and New Jersey plan to begin disbursing funding through the Lost Wages Assistance program this week, more than two months after the federal aid program for unemployed workers was created.
How to trade a breakout in transports stocks
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Transports are under pressure ahead of a busy stretch for the group, but Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com is playing for a breakout.
AstraZeneca shares slide after Brazilian health authority says volunteer in Covid vaccine study dies
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Insana: Kudlow is wrong, this is not a V-shaped recovery
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Those who are suggesting that a strong economic rebound is underway in the U.S. are overlooking a very obvious phenomenon.
This founder sold her start-up to Amazon at 27 — now as head of Google for Startups US, she's helping give back
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"My 20s was really dedicated to knowing the process of building and growing and even selling a business, and now that I'm in my 30s, I think this decade is really dedicated to me teaching other people...