Dividend announcements were mixed this past week for large companies, reflecting the divergent capital-allocation policies as companies try to preserve their cash during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dunkin’ Brands and Starbucks get about 60% of their sales before 11 a.m., meaning there’s more downside risk to their stocks from a lack of breakfast bounce-back than to peers, according to Evercore ISI.
California’s Alameda County, home to Tesla’s flagship Fremont assembly plant, saw a 20-plus percent spike in confirmed Covid-19 cases over the past week.
Memorial Day amid the coronavirus will be different, but you can still grill this holiday weekend.
Beach and big cookouts not an option? We have ideas for good food and fun in your backyard.
A 24-year-old man drowned Friday off a Queens beach as New York City prepared to ramp up its enforcement of a ban on swimming over the Memorial Day weekend, NYPD officials said.
The White House is set to curb a popular program that lets international students work in the U.S. after graduating, in an effort to reserve more jobs for Americans. Business groups say the…
Nicaragua has become a coronavirus hot spot but its authoritarian leader is endangering public health by ignoring the threat and hiding infection data, according to doctors and relatives of victims.
The Covid-19 pandemic has upended mourning around the world, with many Jewish rituals falling to whomever can perform them.
As coronavirus restrictions in the U.S. go into their third month and many elderly continuing to stay inside, some may be asking their adult children to help with financial chores. Here’s a…
In a pandemic, and always, connection is the vehicle for cooperation. Part of this connection, though, is loving boundaries for both siblings.
The prospect of long waits at germ-filled airports makes owning a business jet an attractive proposition right now for executives. At the same time, a sharp recession could drain the…
Like people, some plants prefer some elbow room while others enjoy a large group of like-minded friends.
Even during a pandemic, there are ways to sell housewares, vintage clothes and more — thanks to the Internet.