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Rapid virus tests come to Atlanta as testing slowly ramps up

CVS Health on Monday opened a drive-through coronavirus testing center in Atlanta that the company said can provide results within minutes. A Sandy Springs laboratory that’s developed its own testing protocol, meanwhile, said it will have capacity to process …

Tesla engineers show ventilator prototype on YouTube

By Kate Duguid NEW YORK (Reuters) - Engineers at Tesla Inc showed a prototype for a ventilator on Sunday evening in a video published on the company's YouTube channel, as hospitals around the country overwhelmed by coronavirus patients face de…

Trump could impose ‘very substantial’ tariffs on oil imports, but doesn’t think he’ll need to do so

President Donald Trump on Sunday reiterated his threat to target foreign oil as global producer infighting continues to impact the price of crude, saying he could impose 'very substantial tariffs' to protect the American energy industry but doesn't think he w…

Dow futures rise as Trump administration signals that coronavirus outbreak may be stabilizing

Stock-index futures rose sharply Sunday night as investors appeared eager to focus on a glimmer of optimism coming out of the White House about the potential for stabilization of the rapid spread of the worst viral outbreak in generations. What are major in…

2 employees at Walmart in Evergreen Park die after falling ill to the coronavirus

2 employees at Walmart in Evergreen Park die after falling ill to the coronavirus - Chicago Tribune

OPEC-Russia meeting delayed until April 9 amid turmoil in energy markets

OPEC-Russia meeting delayed until April 9 amid turmoil in energy markets - CNN

Flour Bluff HEB employee tests positive for COVID-19

FLOUR BLUFF, Texas H-E-B announced today that one of their employees tested positive for COVID-19. "As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, our H-E-B family has not gone unaffected," said H-E-B in a statement. H-E-B calls their emplo…

Cramer’s week ahead: ‘We could be on the verge of a depression’

CNBC's Jim Cramer on Friday delivered a dire message about the financial future. "I've got to be honest with you: We could be on the verge of a depression. Not a recession, a depression if things don't go right," the "Mad Money" host said. Cramer gave the g…