Video: Fox News Panel On Thanksgiving And Covid-19 Goes Off The Rails - Business Insider
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 is giving all US employees a pay raise of at least 10%, according to an internal memo viewed by Business Insider.
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.
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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