Billionaire global investor Barry Sternlicht said Thursday he’s concerned about the long-term viability of current conditions in the stock market, warning that some aspects feel reminiscent of the dot-com bubble back in the 1990s. “I don’t think we’re having a problem in the stock market near term,” Sternlicht said on “Squawk Box.” “The stimulus is
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Even as cases of coronavirus rise, restoring in-person education remains a top priority for the new administration. On his first full day in office, President Joe Biden released a plan to reopen schools, which includes ramping up testing, accelerating the pace of vaccinations and providing more funding for educational institutions. Under Biden’s plan, schools could tap disaster relief
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You may have already received your first and second stimulus payments, but did you know there’s a chance you could qualify for even more? That’s right – depending on the life changes you experienced in 2020, you may be owed additional stimulus dollars. In fact, the life changes that occurred for you in 2020 could
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Belk department store John Greim | LightRocket | Getty Images KKR, Blackstone and other major lenders to Belk are in talks with the North Carolina-based department store chain to keep it out of bankruptcy, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The company, its lenders and the private-equity firm Sycamore Partners are inching closer toward
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