Volkswagen’s Skoda Auto aims to shift some production, union says

PRAGUE (Reuters) – Volkswagen’s (VOWG_p.DE) Czech unit Skoda Auto plans to shift production of some high-earning models to other VW group plants in other countries, the carmaker’s trade union boss … Read More

U.S. Senate panel chair questions JPMorgan over allegations of loan misuse

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The head of the U.S. Senate Small Business panel on Thursday questioned JPMorgan chase & Co’s chief executive following reports that several bank employees misused federal loans … Read More

Americans splurged over Labor Day weekend. That’s the good news

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – People flocked to stores – and back to restaurants – over Labor Day weekend in the United States, setting post-pandemic highs for retail foot traffic and seated dining but also posing a puzzle.

Fast take: Jobless claims and the U.S. presidential race

(Reuters) – The still-sky-high number of Americans who lost work during the coronavirus crisis and continue to tap unemployment insurance would normally be a troubling sign for a U.S. president seeking reelection, but maybe not this year.

U.S. charges 57 with fraud involving pandemic paycheck aid, Justice Department says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Federal law enforcement authorities have charged 57 people with stealing $175 million from an aid program meant to help small businesses weather pandemic lockdowns, officials said on … Read More

Citing new book, Biden accuses Trump of betraying Americans on coronavirus

WARREN, Mich. (Reuters) – Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden accused President Donald Trump on Wednesday of betraying the American people, saying he knowingly lied about the deadliness of the novel coronavirus in what amounted to a “dereliction” of duty.