Chris Morris, Fortune

Chris Morris

Fortune

New Jersey, United States

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Recent:
  • Fortune
Past:
  • Variety
  • CNBC
  • Cashay
  • TIME.com

Recent articles by Chris:

Early signs show 2021 could be an especially catastrophic wildfire season in California

The level of moisture in plant life, normally at its peak in April, is below its annual average and previous record lows. → Read More

Everything we know about the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine pause (so far)

Is it mandatory? How long will it last? And what if I was scheduled to get the shot? → Read More

Domino’s is now using robots to deliver pizzas

The company has begun making autonomous deliveries in in the Woodland Heights area of Houston, powered by Nuro’s R2 robot. → Read More

COVID pandemic is growing "exponentially," says WHO

The world is averaging 4.4 million new cases per week, an eight-fold increase over a year ago. → Read More

Nike Refurbished will sell used, returned sneakers at a discount

Air Jordans, Vapormaxes, and Reacts for less. Nike puts discounted, refurbished sneakers on the shelf. → Read More

Americans invested more in past five months than the last 12 years

$569 billion has gone to global equity funds since November. In the previous 12 years combined, that total has hit just $452 billion. → Read More

It’s going to be a lot harder to get a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 shot next week

States are projected to get 700,000 doses, compared to 4.9 million this week. The reason isn't clear, though could be tied to manufacturing issues. → Read More

This NFT has a real-world component: A 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house

The upcoming sale also includes a physical property with an estimated worth of over $800,000. → Read More

Target’s car seat trade-in event is back through April 17

Participating customers will receive a coupon for 20% off a new car seat, car seat base, stroller, and more. → Read More

Despite Zoom happy hours and day drinking, 2020 wasn’t a great year for craft brewers

The pandemic has led to the first production decline of the modern craft era, but the Brewers Association says mass-closings seem to have been avoided. → Read More

CDC says it's not necessary to disinfect most surfaces to prevent COVID-19

'Disinfection is only recommended in indoor settings, schools and homes where there has been a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19, within the last 24 hours.' → Read More

U.K. to offer two at-home COVID-19 tests per week to citizens

Authorities bet that frequent testing could prevent future outbreaks. Opponents say it could become a 'scandalous' waste of money. → Read More

GameStop plans to sell stock amid surge in stock prices

Retailer plans to sell up to 3.5 million shares, which could more than double its cash on hand. → Read More

Krispy Kreme and Oreo team up to create an Oreo Cookie doughnut glaze

The collaboration will be part of two new offerings, and it comes on the heels of the company's offer of a free doughnut daily for the entirety of 2021 to people with COVID-19 vaccinations. → Read More

Everything that is open (and closed) on Easter Sunday 2021

Need to get last minute groceries or supplies on Easter Sunday 2021? Here are the grocery stores, restaurants and retailers who will be open and closed. → Read More

Despite delay, millions of people still face an April 15 tax deadline

Quarterly payments for the self-employed and sole proprietors are still due, despite requests to push the deadline from Congress and accounting groups. → Read More

2021 Final Four ticket prices are 145% higher than any other Final Four in history

Limited number of seats brings about a surge in the secondary market, with prices 145% higher than any other Final Four in history. → Read More

Here’s how nearly two-thirds of Americans have used their third stimulus checks

A study from bill paying service doxo finds that 62% of stimulus checks are being used to pay bills, with a significant portion of that earmarked for credit card debt. → Read More

Report: 10% of U.S. restaurants have closed since start of pandemic

Nearly 80,000 restaurants will never reopen their doors due to the pandemic, according to a new report. → Read More

IRS will begin refunds for $10,200 unemployment tax break in May

Move will give cash to people who filed before the waiver on $10,200 in benefits was passed - and will come in two waves. → Read More