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Twitter Flags Trump Tweet About George Floyd Protests for 'Glorifying Violence'

Twitter placed a notice on a tweet from President Trump, shielding it from view for breaking what the company said are its rules about glorifying violence....

Renault to Cut Over 14,000 Jobs, Slash Production Amid Autos Slump

Renault is planning to slash production capacity by a fifth and cut more than 14,000 jobs around the world, as the French auto giant grapples with a prolonged slump in the global car market....

Tech's First Big Plan to Tackle Covid-19 Stumbles

A heralded effort to bring Silicon Valley tech giants including Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Amazon together with investors and the White House on tools to fight the coronavirus is fizzling....

Comcast, Charter and ViacomCBS Join Forces to Make TV Commercials More Targeted

Three of the nation’s largest pay-TV companies are taking joint ownership of a platform designed to make it easier for brands to harness data to serve targeted ads to people watching cable TV, a mo...

Blood of Recovered Covid-19 Patients Is Becoming a Hot Commodity

Companies that make antibody tests that are seen as key to easing lockdowns say high prices for the blood of recovered Covid-19 patients pose a hurdle to developing the tests....

Consumers Spent a Lot Less, Saved More During April Lockdowns

U.S. consumer spending, the U.S. economy’s main engine, fell by a record 13.6% in April during coronavirus lockdowns, but there are signs suggesting damage from the crisis is starting to ease....

Federal Reserve Ramps Up Deliberations on Asset Purchases, Rate Guidance

Fed officials head into their next policy meeting deliberating how to assist an economy in a deeper hole than it faced after the 2008 financial crisis at a time when their tools might have less zip...

Fed's Kaplan Says Strong Virus-Testing Regime Needed to Boost Confidence

The U.S. will need a strong regime to test, trace and quarantine cases of the new coronavirus to ensure a stronger rebound in employment and economic activity as states lift restrictions on commerc...

Protectionism Spreads Globally With Coronavirus

Leading market economies are erecting new walls against foreign investment and suspicious trade practices, spurred by coronavirus-triggered economic upheaval and China’s increasing assertiveness....

Fed Discloses Holdings of $1.3 Billion in ETFs

The Federal Reserve’s first $1.3 billion of purchases of exchange-traded funds that invest in corporate bonds show that funds that focus on buying non-investment grade debt accounted for around one...