JPMorgan called senior traders back to the office—but consumer staff is working from home until 2021

JPMorgan Chase & Co. told thousands of office workers across its consumer unit they can plan to continue working remotely until next year, breaking with the firm’s Wall Street operations, which mandated that senior traders return to work. The directive, which was communicated to staff in several memos Monday, applies to most U.S.-based employees in […]

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Brooklyn voters report getting ballot return envelops with wrong name and address. The error could invalidate their vote.

Summary List Placement Voters across Brooklyn reported getting a mislabeled “official absentee ballot envelope,” that could potentially invalidate their absentee vote, several local outlets reported. Gothamist and WNYC reported that multiple people across almost 10 neighborhoods got ballots with return envelops that had the wrong name and address. In that case, if they were to […]

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Stimulus talks resume as dealmakers push for another round of checks. Here’s everything you need to know about the rescue package

Summary List Placement House Democrats are taking another shot at passing a coronavirus stimulus with about five weeks to go before Election Day. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled a $2.2 trillion aid package Monday evening, just ahead of a planned meeting with White House officials. The latest stimulus, which stretches 2,145 pages, represents a fresh […]

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Dr. Birx reportedly played a central role in pressuring CDC to advise for school reopening despite surges in coronavirus cases this summer

Summary List Placement Dr. Deborah Birx, White House coronavirus task coordinator, played a key role in pressuring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to release guidance for schools to reopen despite surging coronavirus cases earlier this summer, documents obtained by The New York Times showed. According to a July 19 email obtained by the […]

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Lightning beat Stars to win Stanley Cup

(Reuters) – The Tampa Bay Lightning won the National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup for the second time in franchise history with a 2-0 win over the Dallas Stars on Monday. The victory saw the Lightning, who won their maiden Stanley Cup in 2004, clinch the best-of-seven championship series 4-2. The entire Stanley Cup Final was […]

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