Companies have returned or canceled more than $30 billion in loans approved through the PPP.
The Paycheck Protection Program was set up as part of the CARES Act relief law to help companies retain employees during coronavirus lockdowns.
With more asset managers flocking to opportunities created by the pandemic, ETF industry analysts expect to see many more players in the work-from-home space.
Alphabet (Google) crossed over $1 trillion in market cap on Monday, joining Apple, Microsoft and Amazon, showing the resilience of the tech sector in the face of a global pandemic, recession, and record unemployment.
States can require Electoral College voters to back the victor of their state's popular vote, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday, in a major dispute that could have an impact on November's presidential contest.
The findings of the WHO's survey are the latest example of how the coronavirus is exacerbating pre-existing crises.
The decision marked the end of a years-long legal battle over the Energy Transfer Partners-owned pipeline's environmental damage to the Missouri River.
Although Twitter's user base is much smaller than other social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, the platform has tremendous influence. It's become President Trump's favorite means of communication and an important tool for social movements, as well as a running feed for recording our global history.
The bank's economists now see third-quarter gross domestic product rising by 25% on an annualized basis.
China's ambassador to London accused Britain on Monday of gross interference and making irresponsible remarks.
Mylan NV said on Monday it would launch a generic version of Gilead Sciences' Covid-19 antiviral remdesivir in India at 4,800 rupees ($64.31), about 80% below the price tag on the drug for wealthy nations.
Uncertainty around copper production, demand for the metal and a second wave of the coronavirus could mean further price rises are limited, analysts have predicted.