Philip Morris' campaign to "normalize" IQOS

Philip Morris' campaign to "normalize" IQOS

A Stanford study found that Philip Morris' marketing of its IQOS tobacco device continues to stray substantially from its corporate standards on youth-oriented marketing.
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Trump to meet U.S. oil execs dealing with price crisis

Trump to meet U.S. oil execs dealing with price crisis

U.S. President Donald Trump said he has invited U.S. oil executives to the White House to discuss ways to help the industry "ravaged" by slumping energy demand during the coronavirus outbreak and a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia.
Wall St. tumbles 4% gripped by virus fears

Wall St. tumbles 4% gripped by virus fears

U.S. stocks lost more than 4 percent on Wednesday after a dire warning on the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic spooked investors. Conway G. Gittens has the numbers
When to get back into stocks: wealth manager

When to get back into stocks: wealth manager

Stocks will near a bottom when the U.S. is able to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, providing an opportunity to buy into the market, says Ladenburg Thalmann's Jaime Desmond.
T-Mobile and Sprint officially complete merger

T-Mobile and Sprint officially complete merger

In a marriage long in the making, T-Mobile and Sprint officially completed their $23 billion merger, creating a wireless combination that's better able to compete in the 5G race. Conway G. Gittens has more.
Wall Street sinks as coronavirus fear grows

Wall Street sinks as coronavirus fear grows

The Dow Jones tumbled roughly 700 points Wednesday as investors fled to safe-haven assets after new orders for U.S.-made goods plunged to an 11-year low and private payrolls fell for the first time since 2017.
Carrefour, Uber Eats team up to deliver essentials

Carrefour, Uber Eats team up to deliver essentials

Carrefour and Uber Eats are teaming up to deliver essentials to Parisians under lockdown.
Wuhan residents shop across barriers as lockdown eases

Wuhan residents shop across barriers as lockdown eases

Residents in China's locked-down city of Wuhan have found a new way to shop while still social distancing. Calling for what they want over large barriers mean they keep well apart, but still get to purchase essentials.
Market carnage worst since Great Depression

Market carnage worst since Great Depression

Stocks slid again at the start of a new quarter. The carnage of the previous three months was the worst since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
The race to save America's harvest

The race to save America's harvest

North America's biggest farm suppliers are accelerating their spring schedule in an unprecedented race against the coronavirus that threatens to disrupt planting season.
Stocks get body-slammed in worst Q1 ever

Stocks get body-slammed in worst Q1 ever

Wall Street suffered its biggest first-quarter plunge in history as worries the coronavirus pandemic could send the global economy into a deep dive took its toll. Conway G. Gittens has the Wall Street recap.
Everyone home? This stock could benefit: Analyst

Everyone home? This stock could benefit: Analyst

With people staying at home, insurers are seeing fewer fatalities from auto and workplace accidents. That makes the beaten-down shares of insurer CNO attractive, says Catalyst Funds' David Miller.
Walmart starts temperature checks in safety ramp-up

Walmart starts temperature checks in safety ramp-up

Walmart said on Tuesday it would start taking the temperature of employees as it addresses growing safety concerns among retail workers laboring through the coronavirus outbreak. The move comes as rival Amazon is under fire for its treatment of worke
Euro zone starts slide down inflation slope as coronavirus lockdowns weigh

Euro zone starts slide down inflation slope as coronavirus lockdowns weigh

Euro zone inflation plunged this month on crashing oil prices, signalling the start of a possible deflationary spiral as government lockdowns in response to the coronavirus trigger a dramatic slowdown in economic activity. Ciara Lee reports
Huawei warns U.S. that China will strike back

Huawei warns U.S. that China will strike back

Huawei says Beijing will retaliate against new U.S. sanctions on the telecoms gear maker.
Coronavirus to hammer U.S. auto sales

Coronavirus to hammer U.S. auto sales

U.S. new vehicle sales likely drove off a cliff in March as the coronavirus pandemic pounded consumer confidence and shuttered dealerships across much of the U.S. As Fred Katayama reports, sales could get hammered even harder in April.
Record sales, restive staff: supermarkets battle virus challenge

Record sales, restive staff: supermarkets battle virus challenge

New data shows UK supermarkets saw record business as shoppers stocked up, but now retailers around the world face unrest from staff concerned about contagion danger.
Stocks rally after Chinese data boost to close worst quarter since 2008

Stocks rally after Chinese data boost to close worst quarter since 2008

World stocks looked set to close their worst quarter since 2008 on a brighter note on Tuesday, as strong Chinese factory data held out hope for an economic revival even as much of the rest of the world shut down to fight the coronavirus. Ciara Lee re
Ford, GE to make 50,000 ventilators in 100 days

Ford, GE to make 50,000 ventilators in 100 days

Major automaker Ford is teaming up with General Electric to ramp up ventilator production in the coming weeks as states across the U.S. require more ventilators to keep up with the surge in patients.
Healthcare stocks leads Wall Street rally

Healthcare stocks leads Wall Street rally

U.S. stocks jumped more than 3 percent on Monday led by healthcare companies at the forefront of the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. Conway G.
Macy's to furlough nearly 130,000 employees as virus keeps stores shut

Macy's to furlough nearly 130,000 employees as virus keeps stores shut

Macy's said on Monday it would furlough most of its employees starting this week as all stores of the department chain operator stay closed to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
This is still a bear market - investor

This is still a bear market - investor

Stocks rallied on Monday and have rebounded more than 18 percent from the lows set on March 23rd, but Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber says this bear market is not over. He talked with Conway G.
J&J teams up with U.S. for coronavirus vaccine

J&J teams up with U.S. for coronavirus vaccine

Johnson & Johnson announced it and the U.S. government will invest $1 billion to create enough manufacturing capacity to make more than 1 billion doses of a vaccine it is testing to stop the new coronavirus. Conway G.
Can 'green stimulus' help corona-stricken economies?

Can 'green stimulus' help corona-stricken economies?

Many countries are having to spend heavily to weather the economic storm, while also facing the challenge of keeping carbon reduction pledges. Could “green stimulus” be the answer? Megan Revell reports.
Lockdowns shutter Fiat, Renault factories

Lockdowns shutter Fiat, Renault factories

Lockdowns look set to stymie Fiat's plan to resume production, while Renault says all its plants outside China and South Korea are now shut.