Panel is likely to question Bezos "about claims that Amazon boxes out small businesses, abuses its power and mistreats warehouse workers," according to "NYT."
"Every major lodging brand is in competition to show how its hygiene standards and new cleaning protocols are best in class," reports "WSJ."
Nestle's strategic review of its North American water business may result in its putting some of its brands -- including Pure Life and Poland Spring -- up for sale.
Merger "will be built around four of the world's largest profit pools in online food delivery: the U.S., the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany."
The billion-dollar question is, as a NBC News headline puts it: "Will people ever go to the movies again?"
Dunkin, which has about 90% of its restaurants open, said the new jobs include front-of-counter to managerial roles.
Reebok has sponsored the CrossFit Games since 2010.
Author Alex Berenson "thinks scientists, politicians, and the media are fueling coronavirus hysteria," as David Freedlander wrote for "Vanity Fair."
The indictment charged the executives with colluding to fix prices and rig bids from 2012 to 2017.
"[M]any of our trading partners are adopting tax schemes designed to unfairly target our companies," said U.S. trade representative Robert E. Lighthizer.