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Makan Delrahim, U.S. assistant attorney general for the antitrust division, speaks during the Wall Street Journal Tech Live global technology conference in Laguna Beach, California, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 22, 2019. Martina Albertazzi | Bloomberg | Getty Images Makan Delrahim, the top antitrust official at the Justice Department, told CNBC on Wednesday he believes a
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Hackers linked to the Chinese government are trying to steal coronavirus-related research on vaccines, treatments and testing, the FBI and a U.S. cybersecurity agency warned Wednesday. The FBI, in a joint statement with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, said it is investigating “the targeting and compromise of U.S. organizations conducting COVID-19-related research by [People’s Republic
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Many aspects of the newly released $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill from House Democrats are not designed to get the economy moving again, Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, told CNBC on Wednesday. Portman took particular issue with a provision to extend through January the $600-per-week federal unemployment insurance benefit, which some workers get on top of what
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A view outside Bellevue hospital during the coronavirus pandemic on May 1, 2020 in New York City. Noam Galai | Getty Images Anyone listening to congressional leaders speak during the coronavirus outbreak has heard a lot about the “heroes” sustaining the rest of the country.  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., on Tuesday lionized “American heroes”
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A visualization by LeoLabs of the possible collision of two defunct spacecraft in January 2020. LeoLabs Space start-up LeoLabs unveiled a service on Wednesday that will send alerts in real-time to help satellite and spacecraft operators to avoid crashing into debris or each other in space. “This is the first fully-automated collision avoidance service,” LeoLabs CEO Dan
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The New York Department of Labor has paid approximately $7.4 billion in unemployment claims in the first seven weeks of the Covid-19 crisis to 1.7 million residents out of work, Melissa DeRosa, secretary to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, said on Wednesday.  DeRosa said that roughly 1.8 million residents who are struggling with unemployment due to the coronavirus
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Tesla‘s early reopening in California’s Bay Area during the coronavirus pandemic is still being handled on the local level, but California Attorney Xavier Becerra said he’s “ready to enforce” violations of the state’s orders. “The governor has issued certain declarations and where there is some discretion, the local authorities, the county officials, have the opportunity
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