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Casino regulators tighten mask rules as coronavirus cases spike in Las Vegas

Amid a rising number of coronavirus cases, gaming regulators in Nevada have issued new rules to help protect dealers. Starting immediately, players will be required to wear masks at gaming tables where there are no plexiglass partitions.  The Nevada Gaming Control Board also issued new guidelines mandating casinos offer masks to all guests upon entry …

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Two names could benefit from rebound, market analysts say

It could be the summer of the road trip. As lockdowns slowly lift under the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, two market pros are betting travel demand could pick up outside of airlines and hotels. Strategic Wealth Partners President Mark Tepper told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” he’s been paying close attention to daily TSA passenger numbers. “At the …

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Delta expects to add more flights in August but cautious on post-summer travel

An Airbus SE A321-211 aircraft, operated by Delta Air Lines Inc., flies into San Diego International Airport (SAN) in San Diego, California, U.S., on Monday, April 27, 2020. Bing Guan | Bloomberg via Getty Images Delta Air Lines plans to continue adding flights throughout the summer but executives remain cautious about expanding service after the peak summer …

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What to expect from El Celler de Can Roca’s new chocolatier and hotel

Spanish fine-dining powerhouse El Celler de Can Roca was twice named the “World’s Best Restaurant” by Restaurant Magazine. Not to mention the three Michelin stars that it has maintained since 2009. While the restaurant’s closure due to the coronavirus pandemic ends next week, its new stablemate Casa Cacao is already back in business. Owned by …

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British Airways to auction off art worth millions as pandemic weighs

Nicolas Economou | NurPhoto | Getty Images British Airways plans to auction off art worth millions as the airline looks to raise capital amid the coronavirus crisis. The auction, first reported by U.K. newspaper The Evening Standard, will include works from Damien Hirst, Peter Doig and Bridget Riley, with one of the pieces valued at …

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Saudi Arabia may cancel hajj because of coronavirus

Muslim pilgrims wear masks at the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia’s holy city of Mecca on February 28, 2020. Saudi Arabia suspended visas for visits to Islam’s holiest sites for the “umrah” pilgrimage, an unprecedented move triggered by coronavirus fears that raises questions over the annual hajj. ABDEL GHANI BASHIR | AFP | Getty Images …

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Corporate America faces a higher bar on racial inequality

Demonstrators raise their fists up in a celebratory dance party of civil rights and black culture as they gather at the Black Lives Matter Plaza, near the White House, during a protest against racial inequality in the aftermath of the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Washington, June 6, 2020. Jim Bourg …

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American Airlines shares jump as carrier eyes zero cash burn by year’s end

A traveler wearing a protective mask walks past an American Airlines Group Inc. plane tail fin at Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images American Airlines shares jumped more than 16% on Friday after the carrier said an uptick in travel demand …

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This $100 billion dollar industry shut down by coronavirus is about to reopen

An Orange County Convention Center employee replaces a sanitizer station ahead of the center’s reopening in July 2020. Source: Orange County Convention Center Today it might be hard to imagine a mass, indoor gathering with thousands of attendees. Yet that is the bread and butter of the convention and events industry, which was brought a …

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