The grim milestones of 10 million global coronavirus cases and more than 500,000 deaths, along with spikes in a number of U.S. states, haven’t deterred investors on Monday. U.S. stock futures pointed higher before the open, despite more indications a second wave may be around the corner. See full story.
‘Travel will never, ever go back to the way it was,’ Airbnb CEO says
Brian Chesky predicts that vacationers will stay closer to home in the future, largely limiting their travel to places within driving distance See full story.
Facebook’s Zuckerberg was reportedly talked out of making moves against Trump as far back as 2015
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg reportedly wanted to remove an incendiary post by then-candidate Donald Trump as far back as 2015, but was convinced instead to change Facebook’s rules to allow such posts in the name of political discourse. See full story.
Coronavirus vaccine still might not lead to herd immunity in U.S., Fauci warns
The U.S. is “unlikely” to develop herd immunity to COVID-19, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday, due to the likely combination of only a partially effective vaccine and people who refuse to take it. See full story.
These 5 giant stocks are driving the U.S. market now, but watch out down the road
Powerful stock-market leaders ultimately take a fall, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.
Your new or existing venture may be eligible for ‘qualified small business corporation’ status. See full story.