Former Secretary of Defense James Mattis ripped into his former boss President Donald Trump in a scathing Wednesday night statement.
The Detroit automaker has worked aggressively to restart its operations, particularly trucks, since restarting production May 18.
Several companies have issued statements in the past week regarding the protests and in support of the black community, but Ursula Burns said people must understand that there's still so much progress to be made, especially in the board room.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper urged states "to dominate the battle space" when dealing with nationwide protests.
Amazon said on Wednesday that it leased 12 Boeing 767-300 converted cargo aircraft from Air Transport Services Group, bringing its total fleet to more than 80, as it pushes for faster delivery amid a surge in online orders.
Some of the posts feature a screenshot of a tweet by a fake antifa Twitter account that Twitter said was created by the white nationalist group Identity Evropa.
Facebook's Oversight Board, an independent body that can overturn the company's own content moderation decisions, announced on Wednesday that it is not yet operational, so won't review a controversial post from President Donald Trump that the company has refused to take down or moderate.
Trump revealed last month he was taking hydroxychloroquine to protect himself from contracting the coronavirus.
Investors clung to optimism for a smooth economic reopening as more coronavirus restrictions started to ease.
"As of right now, Secretary Esper is still Secretary Esper, and should the president lose faith, we will all learn about that in the future," White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said.