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United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby remained cautious about a recovery in air travel and declined to project when the carrier will break even.
Jobless claims for the week ended Jan. 16 totaled 900,000, the Labor Department reported, slightly better than the Wall Street estimate of 925,000.
The Alphabet Workers Union has said it is concerned over Google's decision to lock Margaret Mitchell, a senior AI ethics researcher, out of her account.
The findings of the preprint report come shortly after the U.K. recorded another all-time high of coronavirus deaths.
Elad Gil, known for early bets on Airbnb, Instacart and Square, is investing in TripActions at a $5 billion valuation.
U.S. stock futures rose Thursday after the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed at record highs as President Joe Biden took office.
For all of 2020, new investors increased by 18.02 million to 177.77 million, official data showed. That's about 1.5 million new accounts a month.
A Tesla Model 3 exploded in an underground residential parking garage in Shanghai on Tuesday, Chinese media reported.