The companies' announcement departs from other major retailers, including Target, that said they will keep pandemic protocols.
The Departments of Homeland Security and Commerce are working to help businesses prevent and respond to ransomware attacks, write Secretaries Mayorkas and Raimondo.
The Colonial Pipeline hack was not the first of a series of sudden attacks on America's critical infrastructure, according to cyber experts.
Arizona has rapidly become a hub for electric vehicle and self-driving tech, and it's now getting three big new microchip factories amid the global shortage.
A Toshiba Tec spokesperson told CNBC that the attack seems to have been carried out by cyber criminal group DarkSide.
U.S. Treasury yields fell on Friday after the release of retail sales data.
European shares continued a sharp rebound on Friday, alongside other global markets, following a sell-off in stocks at the start of trading week.
Some parts of the market have reached bubble-like territory, according to JPMorgan's Eduardo Lecubarri.
Brazil, previously renowned for demonstrating leadership during health crises, has become an international pariah during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The major averages still posted modest losses for the week as inflation fears hit sentiment.
U.S. stocks have been on a roller coaster ride this year that shows no signs of stopping. Financial advisors recommend embracing volatility as part of the process and having a plan to deal with it.
As U.S. markets recover from a recent pullback, three market analysts lay out what to expect in the months ahead.
The Marine is the latest person charged in the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6, which occurred after President Donald Trump urged supporters to march to Congress.
Almost 2 million people will see a loss or reduction in jobless benefits due to state withdrawal from federal unemployment programs.
"We have to get off of this sugar-cane and Fluffernutter economy and get to the meat-and-the-potatoes economy," Barry Sternlicht told CNBC.
Amazon is hiring 75,000 warehouse and delivery workers in the U.S. and Canada, the company said Thursday.
The PPI spiked 6.2% for the 12 months ended in April, the largest increase since the Bureau of Labor Statistics started tracking the data in 2010.
Colonial Pipeline has restarted operations, but gas prices are rising as the fallout from the ransomware attack mounts.
McDonald's is looking to hire 10,000 workers for those restaurants over the next three months.