Month: April 2021

In this article NCLH CCL RCL Royal Caribbean CEO Richard Fain on Thursday cheered the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated coronavirus policies for cruise ships to resume sailing from U.S. ports. “We’re really very pleased and very excited because it really does set forth a pathway that we think is achievable, practical and safe,”
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In this article F Getty Images DETROIT – Ford Motor easily beat Wall Street’s expectations for the first quarter despite an ongoing global semiconductor chip shortage causing low inventories and factory closures. So why are shares of the automaker down by as much as 10.4% during intraday trading Thursday? The negative reaction by investors is
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People wearing face masks as a precaution walking along Orchard Road, a famous shopping district in Singapore. Maverick Asio | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images SINGAPORE — Singapore’s health ministry reported 16 new locally transmitted coronavirus cases on Thursday, the highest number since July 11, 2020, when the country reported 24 community cases.
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FatCamera | E+ | Getty Images A temporary federal policy aimed at making health insurance more affordable for tens of millions of Americans could become permanent. Under President Joe Biden’s $1.8 trillion plan to help families and children, which he will propose to Congress on Wednesday night, he would permanently extend recently expanded premium subsidies
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Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks during an Apple Event on April 20th, 2021. Source: Apple Inc. Apple reports its second fiscal quarter earnings on Wednesday after markets close. Here’s what Wall Street expects, per Refinitiv consensus estimates: Earnings: 99 cents per share Revenue: $77.36 billion The company is coming off of its biggest quarter
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Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes told CNBC on Wednesday he believes the U.S. government should take a more active role in building an economic system that delivers broad prosperity. In an interview on “Squawk Box,” Hughes said the new kind of capitalism he envisions is hardly an outlier position following decades of widening disparities between rich and
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President Joe Biden speaks in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Leigh Vogel | Bloomberg | Getty Images President Joe Biden will formally unveil his new tax plan during his first presidential address on Wednesday that includes a key campaign promise — no one making $400,000 or less
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