Chase Sapphire Cardholders Can Get Money Off Peloton Memberships

In the latest of a flurry of new credit card perks that have come out during the coronavirus pandemic, Chase has announced that it’s now offering its Sapphire cardholders statement credits toward Peloton digital or all-access membership. The announcement comes on the heels of a similar one from American Express, which recently offered credits to select cardholders for Variis, Equinox’s home […]

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Malaysia’s Economy Shrinks At Slower Pace In Q3

Malaysia’s economy contracted at a slower pace in the third quarter due to the relaxation of the Covid-19 containment measures and better global demand, official data revealed Friday. Gross domestic product fell 2.7 percent on a yearly basis in the third quarter, following a record 17.1 percent decline seen in the second quarter, the Department of Statistics reported. GDP was […]

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Crypto Exchanges Suffering Major Outflows Even As Bitcoin Soars

Despite soaring prices for Bitcoin and other digital currencies, several crypto exchanges are experiencing major net capital outflows as allegations of fraud and manipulation create market volatility for the young industry. Withdrawals from trading platforms including Bitfinex, BitMEX, Binance and Kraken have exceeded inflows by roughly $622 million in the five-day period ended Wednesday, according to data from TokenAnalyst, a […]

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Apple (AAPL) Introduces Mac With Its Own M1 Chip

Apple, Inc. (AAPL) has announced that new models of its MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini will be manufactured with its own internally developed M1 semiconductor chip. The company calls this chip "revolutionary" and promises that it will be "the first in a family of chips designed by Apple specifically for the Mac." In a press release, Apple CEO […]

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What a Lockdown Could Look Like Under a Biden Administration

President-elect Joe Biden on Monday named a Transition COVID-19 Advisory Board that he said would “help shape my approach to managing the surge in reported infections; ensuring vaccines are safe, effective, and distributed efficiently, equitably, and free; and protecting at-risk populations.” That’s a tall order that is expected to get taller between now and January 20, 2021, when Biden officially […]

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NYC restaurants may not survive another indoor dining ban

Big Apple restaurateurs are attempting to take in stride Gov. Cuomo’s 10 p.m. indoor-dining curfew — but they’re scared to death of a possible indoor shutdown, which they fear is likely as Covid-19 rates inch up. Stephen Starr, perhaps the city’s largest middle-market operator with more than 1,000 seats at Buddakan, Pastis, Upland, Clocktower and La Vez among others, said […]

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Revlon reaches deal with Carl Icahn to avoid bankruptcy

Revlon’s embattled chairman Ron Perelman has reached a deal with corporate raider Carl Icahn to keep the cosmetics giant out of bankruptcy, The Post has learned. The terms of the deal couldn’t immediately be learned, but earlier this week Revlon — facing a Nov. 16 deadline to restructure $343 million in bonds — had been offering investors either 32.5 cents […]

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