The economic downturn of the coronavirus pandemic that struck back in March left millions of Americans without jobs. Currently, more than 22 million people are collecting unemployment benefits — much of which is a direct result of the country shutdown. And while the CARES Act offered some relief to those impacted by the economy closure through
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Laurence “Larry” Fink, chairman and chief executive officer of BlackRock. Chris Goodney | Bloomberg | Getty Images As work from home stretches on, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said he doesn’t ever foresee all employees returning to the office. “I don’t believe BlackRock will be ever 100% back in office,” he said Thursday at the Morningstar Investment
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The Internal Revenue Service is gearing up to deploy a more modern taxpayer case management system in December, starting with the customer support area of its Exempt Organizations unit and eventually more widely across the IRS, in the hope of making it easier for taxpayers and IRS employees to get access to information more quickly
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Still from Dreamworks’ “The Croods.” Dreamworks Universal Studios is pushing up the date of its animated family film “The Croods: A New Age” to Thanksgiving. The studio will now debut the film on Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving, instead of Dec. 23. The second “Croods” film will follow the prehistoric family voiced by Nicholas
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Institutional Investor Hall of Famer Richard Bernstein predicts more momentum in stocks closely tied to the economy. He expects more enthusiasm surrounding the state of the recovery will drive more investors away from richly valued mega cap growth names, which include big tech high flyers.  “If you’re buying them today at these types of valuations,
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Getty Images Working parents are feeling the sting of the coronavirus pandemic — and it’s hitting women especially hard. School shutdowns have left many trying to juggle work, childcare and helping their kids with distant learning. Since the crisis began,  40% of working parents have had to change their employment situation, according to a new
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Sun Mountain Lumber Superintendent Nelson Bohrer walks past stacks of cut lumber at the saw mill September 12, 2019 in Deer Lodge, Montana. Chip Somodevilla | Getty Images With demand for housing surging, the nation’s homebuilders are positively ebullient. Builder confidence in the market for single-family homes in September increased 5 points to 83 on
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