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Uber and Lyft Win a Reprive, and Won’t Quit California-for Now

Uber and Lyft will not ditch California drivers and riders at midnight, after a state appeals court let them-for now-continue treating their drivers as...

Social Security, taxes, health care, and working past retirement age: What...

What might be the implications for Americans 50 years and older if Democrat Joe Biden wins the race for the White House?A close look...

HSBC warns it could face reprisals in China if UK bans...

(Reuters) - HSBC Holdings Plc () Chairman Mark Tucker has warned Britain against a ban on networking equipment made by Huawei Technologies...

French court backs workers in Amazon row over virus measures

PARIS (Reuters) - A French court on Friday rejected Amazon's () appeal against a ruling that restricts what it can deliver during the coronavirus...

Warehouse workers risk COVID-19 to ship Gucci shades, face cream, sofas

(Reuters) - As U.S. authorities ordered shutdowns of non-essential businesses to fight coronavirus, retailer Nordstrom Inc closed hundreds of stores and gave in-store workers...

Bill Gates on Trump call for quick end to lockdown: It’s...

" 'There really is no middle ground, and it's very tough to say to people, "Hey, keep going to restaurants, go buy new houses,...

U.S. airlines seek $50 billion coronavirus bailout to avoid collapse

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Major U.S. airlines sought a government bailout of more than $50 billion as the White House is urgently drafting a financial...

French antitrust regulator fines Apple $1.2 billion

PARIS (Reuters) - France's competition watchdog on Monday fined iPhone maker Apple 1.1 billion euros ($ 1.23 billion), saying it was guilty of anti-competitive...

If you own rental property, see if you qualify for this...

Owning rental properties can be a way to build wealth and generate passive income, and now there might be an extra tax break -...

Big U.S. banks halt stock buybacks, citing customer needs during coronavirus

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States' biggest banks will stop buying back their own shares, and will instead use that capital to lend...