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Robert Hockett on reparations for Black Americans.
Robert Hockett, Edward Cornell Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, highlights the significance of Reconstruction for the U.S. and why 2020 is the right time to re-introduce it.
BlackPAC Executive Director on creating a ‘more equitable and more just society’
Adrianne Shropshire, BlackPAC Executive Director, discusses the structural inequality in U.S. politics and the impact of this on equity in the Black community.
The 100 Greatest Things about America 2020.
This Fourth of July Yahoo Finance unveils its list of 100 things that make the nation great, in no particular order.
You have to be proactive rather than reactive: Wealth Advisor.
Luke Lloyd, a wealth advisor at Strategic Wealth Partners, joins Yahoo Finance to highlight how some Americans are using the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to reset retirement goals.
How coronavirus ravaged a nursing home industry that was already ‘in crisis’
The coronavirus pandemic has affected people of all races and ages, but has particularly ravaged the nursing homes and assisted living communities across the U.S.
Madison Reed CEO: Coronavirus lockdowns proved ‘hair coloring is important to people’
As coronavirus cases continue to surge across the U.S., Madison Reed’s success is a sign that at-home hair care may be here to stay.
First Drive: Ferrari F8 Spider.
Late last year in Art Basel Miami, Ferrari debuted the car we are testing here, the F8 Spider. The Spider nomenclature for Ferrari means it’s a convertible, and here that includes a slick, retractable hard top.
Why Kim Kardashian’s $200M Coty deal might not make her a billionaire (yet)
Kim Kardashian’s latest deal with beauty conglomerate Coty values her company at $1 billion, but questions loom over her own billionaire status.
Celebrating the 4th of July in a time of racial unrest.
David Rubenstein, co-founder & co-chairman of The Carlyle Group, explores what we are actually celebrating on the 4th of July.
57% of Americans plan to attend or host a 4th of July BBQ as new coronavirus cases hit daily record.
Americans still plan to attend or host a cookout this 4th of July weekend as the U.S. reported a record-setting 53,000 new coronavirus cases.
‘People can’t apply to jobs they don’t know exist’: 2 simple ways employers can find Black talent.
As companies struggle to invest in diversity, Harlem Capital managing partner Jarrid Tingle shares two tangible ways to make meaningful change.
Jhacova Williams on the economic cost of racist symbols.
Jhacova Williams, Economist at The Policy Institute Economist, joined Yahoo Finance’s Sibile Marcellus, Kristin Myers, and Jen Rogers to discuss the economist cost of racist symbols and the role structural racism has had in shaping soceity.
It’s going to be ‘an uphill battle’ to keep the economic expansion going and recover lost jobs: Economist.
Diane Swonk, Grant Thornton’s Chief Economist, joined The Final Round to discuss the June jobs report and gave her outlook for the US economy amid reopenings.
Coronavirus update: TX mandates face coverings amid surge; more GOP officials back masks.
The coronavirus pandemic showed no signs of relenting on Thursday, with the U.S. marking a new record of over 50,000 cases in a day amid a surge of new cases in the Sun Belt.
‘When the vaccine comes, I think that’ll be the last leg of the rally‘: UBS Americas CIO.
Some investors believe that the Fed and other central banks have been the principal drivers financial markets over the past 3 months and that it will likely to continue. UBS Americas CIO in Global Wealth Management Solita Marcelli joins The Final Round panel to break down what she thinks will lead to a faster recovery.
How to delete your Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp accounts: Tech Support.
Tired of Facebook, Instagram, or WhatsApp. Here’s how to permanently delete your accounts.
Breaking down what PPP loan extension means for small businesses.
Wednesday the House of Representatives passed an extension of $660 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program fewer than 24 hours after the program shut its doors. Yahoo Finance’s Jessica Smith joins The Final Round panel to break down what this means for small businesses.
Workers on re-openings: ‘I would like to never go back to the office’
Surveys are showing that employees are largely happy with working from home and are worried about their health and commuting as offices reopen. Many are still building out work-from-home setups and expecting to continue with a blended office-home structure.
Mandatory face masks could prevent 5% GDP hit: Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs came out with a note saying that making mask wearing mandatory could prevent a 5% hit to GDP. Yahoo Finance’s The Final Round panel discusses how the private sector has been left regulating mask wearing in the United States.
Coronavirus latest: Thursday, July 2.
The United States topped a new record, with 50,000 new cases of coronavirus in one day. Yahoo Finance’s Anjalee Khemlani breaks down the latest news about the coronavirus on The Final Round.
What June’s job report may imply about the U.S. economic recovery.
Although some investors remain optimistic, others believe that once the economy has reopened, the underlying recession will be evident with the rising number of unemployed from jobs being lost permanently. US Economist at TS Lombard Steven Blitz joins The Final Round panel to discuss.
Market Recap: Thursday, July 2.
The markets closed in the green after Thursday’s trading session with investors confident in the markets as a near 5 million jobs were created in the month of June. The Final Round panel discusses the latest.
Stock market news live updates: Stocks jump after June jobs data smash expectations.
Stock rose on Thursday, as investors cheered the resiliency of a U.S. economy that created nearly 5 million jobs last month in the throes of the raging coronavirus pandemic.
New COVID-19 outbreaks create fresh woes for restaurants.
Naomi Pomeroy, Chef & Owner of Beast in Northeast Portland, joins Yahoo Finance’s Sibile Marcellus to discuss how her restaurant is coping amid the coronavirus pandemic, as cases climb across the country.
Tesla could hit $2,000 in best-case scenario, says analyst.
On Thursday, Wedbush analyst Dan Ives raised his bull case price target for shares of Tesla to $2,000 from $1,500. While his base case was lifted from $1,000 to $1,250 (a street high), he maintains a neutral rating on the stock. The Final Round panel discusses the bullish call, and the road ahead for the electric automaker.