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Jamie Dimon, fed up with Zoom calls and remote work, says commuting to offices will make a comeback

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, speaking at the 2019 WEF in Davos, Switzerland on Jan. 23rd, 2019.Adam Galica | CNBCJamie Dimon is no fan of the new remote work structure that has taken hold during the coronavirus pandemic.The JPMorgan Chase chairman and CEO has already told his

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Goldman Sachs CEO is summoning workers back to the office by June 14

A trader works at the Goldman Sachs stall on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.Brendan McDermid | ReutersThe boss of Goldman Sachs told workers in the U.S. and the United Kingdom on Tuesday that the bank wants them to be ready to return to the office by

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Mnuchin says stimulus package will not be a bailout for ‘mismanaged’ states

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC on Thursday that any new government assistance to combat the economic slowdown from the coronavirus pandemic will not be a bailout for states."On the state issue, the president is not going to bail out Chicago and New York and other states that prior

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Coronavirus may sway regulators to allow casinos to say good-bye to cash

The Chumash Casino Resort, located in Santa Barbara County's Santa Ynez Valley, prepares to reopen on June 10 after a three month closure due to Covid-19 as viewed on June 5, 2020, in Santa Ynez, California.George Rose | Getty ImagesWalk into a newly reopened Las Vegas casino and you'll

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Druckenmiller is still betting on Amazon and Microsoft but is overall bearish on growth stocks

Stanley DruckenmillerAdam Jeffery | CNBCLegendary investor Stanley Druckenmiller said tech giants Amazon and Microsoft are still among his biggest holdings, but he said he's quite bearish on growth stocks as a group while expectations of the economic reopening boost value stocks."I have still something like Amazon and Microsoft in my

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China’s aviation authority to allow more foreign flights after the U.S. bans Chinese carriers

At the airport Rostock-Laage there are new Airbus aircraft of the type A320, which have been produced for the Chinese market but cannot be delivered at present due to the corona crisis. Nine aircraft are already on the runway, 15 are to be delivered. Regular flight operations at the

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Lowe’s funds $25 million in grants to help minority businesses reopen; CEO challenges other executives to ‘do our part’

Lowe's announced Wednesday that it would assist minority-owned businesses with $25 million in grants to support efforts to relaunch the American economy.Lowe's is dishing out the funds to help small businesses, especially home improvement professionals, in need of masks, personal protective equipment and other supplies to operate safely. The new

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