The warning comes as the movement for additional government rescue measures has stalled.
They could reach an agreement as soon as this month, sources tell Bloomberg's Ed Hammond, who broke the story, but "talks could still fall through," he reports.
"Mr. Musk has a colorful history, but his stance was brazen even by those standards," writes Tim Higgins for "The Wall Street Journal."
United Airlines catches social media heat for a doctor's tweeted photo of a fully packed flight from Newark to San Francisco Saturday,
Quarterly reports issued this week for Uber, Lyft and Live Nation were all, unsurprisingly, dismal. Airbnb, meanwhile, is laying off a quarter of its 7,500 staffers.
Online retailers, led by Amazon and CVS, launched ad campaign opposing the administration's efforts to substantially raise Postal Service's package delivery fees.
Analysts who downgraded Disney shares to neutral ratings note "that a global pandemic is unlike any challenge the company has faced in the past."
Tyson warns of "vulnerable" supply chain, while some Wendy's restaurants have no beef, and Costco and some Kroger locations set meat purchase limits.
J.Crew is the "first big retailer to fail during the pandemic," says one report, but others like Neiman Marcus and J.C. Penney may follow.
"Fitting rooms will be limited. Employees will wear company-issued cloth masks," according to "The New York Times."
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