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Support for four-day workweek soars amid coronavirus crisis

The coronavirus crisis has Americans yearning for long weekends. Four of every five US workers favor switching to a four-day workweek as the pandemic forces...

Watchdog mulls Facebook ad boycott over Zuckerberg’s inaction on Trump posts

Mark Zuckerberg’s controversial decision to not censor offensive or inaccurate posts by President Trump could land him in hot water with advertisers, according to...

Glamorous Louis Vuitton owner backs down on renegotiating deal to buy Tiffany

French luxury goods giant LVMH, owner of Louis Vuitton, is not asking to renegotiate its $16.2 billion acquisition of US jewelry chain Tiffany &...

Uber Eats stops charging delivery fees to black-owned restaurants

Uber said it will make changes to its ride-hailing app and Uber Eats delivery service to support black-owned businesses. In an email to customers late...

Huawei adds temperature-taking sensor to newest smartphone

Chinese smartphone giant Huawei this week announced a new phone with built-in sensors that can take a person’s temperature. The Honor Play 4 Pro has...

‘Call of Duty’ adds ‘Black Lives Matter’ message to loading screen

“Call of Duty” is adding a new feature to its mega-popular “Modern Warfare” game: social activism. The best-selling shooting game now includes a message splashed...

Retailers beef up security as looting fears continue to rise

It might be safer to rob a bank. Retailers across the country are boosting their defenses to protect against looting, including by hiring armed guards,...

Adweek magazine sold to Shamrock Capital

Adweek has a new owner, its fourth in six years. Shamrock Capital, which traces its roots back to the family of Roy Disney, wrapped up...

Citi Field hit with ‘junk’ rating over debt fears

Citi Field, which has been closed due to the coronavirus, has been slapped with a “junk” rating amid fears that it won’t be able...

Paper magazine staff lash out against CEO over racial problems

National tensions over race relations spilled over to Paper magazine this week, where the editorial staff lashed out against Chief Executive Tom Florio for...

Ken Griffin pays $100M for Basquiat painting amid race protests

Hedge-fund billionaire Ken Griffin has shelled out more than $100 million for a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, the late black artist whose works focused...

Bernie Madoff denied compassionate release, will likely die in prison

A federal judge on Thursday rejected Bernard Madoff’s request to be released early from prison because he was dying of kidney failure, saying the...

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Alaska’s Rural Fishing Communities Are The Next Front Line Of COVID-19

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The first step in Yankees’ rebirth

A series by Joel Sherman chronicles how the Yankees’ fiasco of 1990 laid the groundwork for a dynasty. The Yankees won fewer games every year...

Authorities identify victims shot to death in burning Alabama home

Authorities identified six of the seven victims found shot to death Friday in a burning Alabama house known to deputies for past calls over...

Gleason’s Gym owner makes powerful case for a boxing reopening

It is the famous Brooklyn gym where the likes of Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson and Jake LaMotta and Roberto Duran have trained, and...