- Earnings season kicked off on Tuesday, and executives are sounding off on the stimulus stalemate and the risks it poses to the ongoing economic recovery.
- Hopes for a pre-election deal faded on Thursday after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he'll only bring a smaller measure to a vote. The statement effectively dooms the larger proposal penned by the White House and Democrats.
- Here's what five executives had to say about the lack of near-term aid and the challenges it presents.
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