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How to return to work — and keep getting the $300 unemployment benefit

Luis Alvarez | DigitalVision | Getty Images'Overlooked'The programs are often "overlooked" as options by the public, the White House said Monday.The Biden administration highlighted them as a benefit for both employers and workers: Ailing businesses can rehire workers part-time, and employees don't have to take a pay cut to

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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Roblox, Palantir, Tesla, Virgin Galactic & more

The New York Stock Exchange welcomes executives and guests of Roblox (NYSE: RBLX), today, Wednesday, March 10, 2021, in celebration of its Direct Listing.NYSECheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Palantir — Shares of the secretive analytics and software firm rose 7.4% after it reported 49% revenue growth

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SoftBank-backed mortgage lender Better going public via $7.7 billion SPAC

Pedestrians walk past signage for SoftBank Group outside a store in Tokyo, Japan, Nov. 29, 2018.Kiyoshi Ota | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesDigital mortgage lender Better.com announced Tuesday that it will make its market debut by merging with Aurora Acquisition Corp., valuing Better at $7.7 billion.The company, ranked No. 15 on last

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Bill Gates-backed Ginkgo Bioworks going public via $15 billion SPAC

Boston-based biotech company Ginkgo Bioworks will make its market debut by merging with Soaring Eagle Acquisition Corp., the blank-check company led by former MGM CEO Harry Sloan.Ginkgo was started in 2009 by a team of MIT scientists intent on building made-to-order microbes that enable customers to grow rather than

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OPEC pins oil demand hopes on second-half recovery as India dents Q2

LONDON: OPEC on Tuesday stuck to its prediction of a strong recovery in world oil demand in 2021 as growth in China and the United States counters the coronavirus crisis in India, an outlook that bolsters the group's plan to gradually ease output cuts. In a monthly report, the Organization

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As the U.S. economy restarts from the pandemic, parts of it are severely broken

A worker operates a forklift to move bundles of Hampton lumber for a shipment order at Burton Lumber in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Thursday, May 6, 2021.George Frey | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesThe U.S. economy is trying to restart its engine after tumbling into its deepest recession in

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