Cuomo Learns About Nyc School Closure From Reporter At Tense Briefing - Business Insider

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Apple to pay $113 million for slowing down old iPhones - Business Insider: Katie Canales

The $113 million payout is just the latest Apple has made after it admitted to slowing phones down to keep their old batteries from shutting them off.

Calls for a Trump 'truth commission' loom over Biden in 2021 - Business Insider: Dave Levinthal, Kimberly Leonard, Kayla Epstein

The clamoring for a 'truth commission' entails a look back at the White House's COVID-19 response and the blurring of lines among Trump's governmental, political, and business interests.

Cuomo learns about NYC school closure from reporter at tense briefing - Business Insider: Jake Lahut

The chaotic Cuomo briefing overlapped with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio running over five hours late to his own COVID-19 news conference.

Video: Fox News panel on Thanksgiving and COVID-19 goes off the rails - Business Insider: Jake Lahut

After mocking new COVID-19 restrictions and trading memes with the panel, Fox News' Pete Hegseth said, "People ignore them, as they should."

Starbucks gives baristas raises, as $15 minimum wage looms - Business Insider: Kate Taylor

Starbucks is giving all US employees a pay raise of at least 10%, according to an internal memo viewed by Business Insider.

DoorDash delivery driver: What I wish I knew before taking the job - Business Insider: Meira Gebel

Mike Hayes likes the flexibility but wishes DoorDash — which just filed its IPO paperwork — would send PPE or offer hazard pay during COVID-19.

Mark Meadows says he 'can't guarantee' government shutdown will be avoided - Business Insider: Joseph Zeballos-Roig

"Obviously, we want to keep the government funded," Meadows said per a Capitol Hill pool report. Both parties are negotiating on new spending bills.

US Chapter 11 bankruptcies surged to a decade-high in the 3rd quarter as stimulus dried up - Business Insider: Ben Winck

Nearly 40% of the quarter's bankruptcy filings originated in the Southeast, where virus outbreaks ravaged Texas, Florida, and Georgia's economies.

Millions to lose jobless aid by year-end without new COVID-19 stimulus - Business Insider: Eliza Relman

Lawmakers don't appear to be nearing a deal despite impending deadlines and negotiators for both parties haven't met since before Election Day.

Pence allies say he must remain in spotlight for 2024 - Business Insider: Tom LoBianco

Vice President Mike Pence's allies say he needs to remain visible to the public if he wants to run for president in 2024.

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