After Hours catches up with Dr. David Grantham -- senior fellow at Secure Free Society -- to discuss the U.S. air strike killing top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani.
CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, CNBC.com's Ari Levy breaks down Airbnb's blockbuster IPO. Plus, the "After Hours" team explains how businesses could compel employees to take the Covid-19 vaccine.
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0:43 -- Stocks close mixed
1:31 -- Can your company compel you to get the Covid-19 vaccine?
4:33 -- CNBC Soundcheck
6:18 -- Airbnb takes Wall Street by storm
10:31 -- Numbers round Dr. David Kessler, a co-chair of President-elect Biden's Covid-19 advisory board, assured that having extra doses of the vaccine beyond what is listed fore a vial was "not sloppiness, its the way those vials are designed." Aired on 12/17/2020. CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, Grant Thornton Chief Economist Diane Swonk explains why the $300 weekly unemployment supplement does more to help the economy than $600 direct checks. Plus, the 'After Hours' team breaks down how Sony's PlayStation 5 launch succumbed to bots, scalpers, and shortages.
00:00 -- Intro
0:42 -- Stocks finish off their lows of the day
2:00 -- Are $600 direct checks enough?
4:20 -- CNBC Soundcheck
5:52 -- PS5 Pandemonium
9:27 -- Numbers Round Blondie star Debbie Harry speaks to Eve Jackson about a life of rock 'n' roll madness. They chat about her autobiography that's just been translated into French, featuring stories of hanging out with Andy Warhol, taking drugs, being flashed by David Bowie and having her house taken by the tax collector - all while becoming a trailblazing rock star. It covers her adoption aged three months, all the way up to the recent 2017 album "Pollinator'. The band has just announced a UK against-the-odds tour for November 2021 with the group Garbage.