Olive Garden denies funding Trump's re-election

China’s remarks about George Floyd riots are outrageous: Christian Whiton Former State Department official Christian Whiton discusses how Chinese officials are spinning the George Floyd riots to criticize President Trump. Olive Garden denied funding President Trump's reelection campaign Tuesday in response to a widely shared social media meme. Continue Reading Below The post, which was retweeted more than 31,800 late […]

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BET co-founder calls for $14T in reparations for black Americans

Dr. Alveda King on riots: Violence is never justified Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece Dr. Alveda King discusses her uncle’s non-violent approach to protests during the civil rights movement and how Americans today should take the same approach. BET co-founder Robert L. Johnson called for $14 trillion in reparations for every descendant of African American slaves as "atonement" on Monday […]

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Target CEO responds to Minneapolis protests: ‘We are a community in pain’

Target closes 24 Minnesota stores amid looting Minneapolis stores are taking precaution and shutting down to prevent further looting during protests. FOX Business’ Jackie DeAngelis with more. The death of a black man being detained by a white police officer has unleashed the "pent-up pain of years," the CEO of Target said, promising to send first-aid supplies to areas affected by subsequent […]

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Coronavirus crisis crippling debt-heavy Serta Simmons

The nation’s biggest mattress maker is in danger of becoming a coronavirus casualty this summer — and it’s the company’s private-equity owners that have made it vulnerable. Serta Simmons — a 150-year-old manufacturer that controls nearly 40 percent of the US mattress market — is facing a liquidity crunch as its retailers struggle with state-ordered lockdowns that have shuttered stores […]

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California mulls head tax on big business as Elon Musk, Peter Thiel consider leaving

Oklahoma official campaigns to bring Tesla factory to his state Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce and Workforce Development Sean Kouplen on offering a ‘competitive’ proposal to Tesla to open the company’s new factory in his state. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here. Continue Reading Below California lawmakers are considering coronavirus relief […]

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Ivanka Trump helps Treasury secure $10B funding for minority-owned small businesses

Ivanka Trump thanks banking CEOs for help with small business relief efforts President Trump’s senior adviser Ivanka Trump discusses the actions banks have taken to help give relief to small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Continue Reading Below Ivanka Trump, senior adviser to […]

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Fed lending program for state, local governments up and running

Fed’s Powell warns coronavirus could cause prolonged recession FOX Business’ Edward Lawrence on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s comments on coronavirus’ economic impact. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Continue Reading Below The Federal Reserve's lending facility for state and local governments is officially up and running, New York Federal […]

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Consumer confidence ekes out gain as economy begins to reopen

US consumer confidence nudged up in May, suggesting the worst of the novel coronavirus-driven economic slump was likely in the past as the country starts to reopen, but it could take a while for the economy to dig out of its hole amid record unemployment. Signs the downturn could be close to bottoming were bolstered by other data on Tuesday […]

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Coronavirus cases surge in meat industry as plants restart

Coronavirus infections have reportedly surged in the American meat industry as strained producers try to get back on their feet. The number of COVID-19 cases linked to meat-processing giants Tyson Foods, Smithfield Foods and JBS has nearly quadrupled over the past month from about 3,000 to more than 11,000, a Washington Post analysis found. The virus had killed at least […]

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