Michael Corbat, CEO, Citigroup, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 21, 2020. Adam Galica | CNBC Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat said the bank will send $1,000 awards to some employees to compensate them for the “financial burden” of working during the coronavirus pandemic.  “We are going to provide more than 75,000
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Corporate earnings are about to do something they haven’t done since the 2008 financial crisis: Turn negative. According to PNC Financial’s Amanda Agati, the coronavirus fallout could dramatically hurt companies through the second quarter. “Q1 expectations are in negative territory at about 1.5%. It looks like Q2 will be down about 1%,” the firm’s chief
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BongkarnThanyakij It’s been a week since President Donald Trump announced he would waive all interest on federal student loans during the coronavirus outbreak. Brian Byrd’s debt is still growing. “Every day,” said Byrd, a 40-year-old software engineer from Seattle who owes around $50,000. “That clock has not stopped.” Byrd has called his student loan servicer,
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Pedestrians walk past an american multinational investment bank and financial services holding company JPMorgan Chase Bank branch. Alex Tsai | SOPA Images | Getty Images JPMorgan Chase said it was giving bank tellers and other “front-line employees” a one-time bonus of up to $1,000 to help cushion the difficulties of working during the coronavirus pandemic. 
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PeopleImages Coronavirus scams are emerging, and many look remarkably similar to frauds from the 2008 financial crisis. Government agencies like the Federal Trade Commission and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. issued warnings this week for Americans to be vigilant as con artists attempt to steal from consumers spooked by an onslaught of bad news related to
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Healthcare workers look at paperwork outside of medical tents where Covid-19 tests are being conducted at Newton Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Scott Eisen | Bloomberg | Getty Images U.S. hospitals are setting up coronavirus wards and tents, seeking emergency credit lines and lobbying Washington for a $100 billion stabilization
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US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Saul Loeb | AFP | Getty Images U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced on Friday that student loan borrowers could put their monthly payments on pause for at least 60 days during the coronavirus outbreak.  DeVos said this pause, coupled with the suspension of interest on student
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The private-jet industry is asking Congress for bailout money, even as many private jet companies say sales are strong as wealthy flyers avoid commercial flights. The National Business Aviation Association, or NBAA, which represents private-jet companies and corporate jets, sent a joint letter with other industry groups to congressional leaders saying the industry is facing
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