List/Grid Monthly Archives: November 2016

Brett Arends's ROI: Romney’s embrace of Trump should be no surprise

Brett Arends's ROI: Romney’s embrace of Trump should be no surprise

Why would Mitt Romney be so willing to change his mind about President-elect Donald Trump — a man he called a “phony” and a “fraud,” a vulgar bully, and an… Read more »

The Margin: Why you should quit all social media right now

The Margin: Why you should quit all social media right now

Cal Newport is a millennial, a computer scientist, an author, a blogger and a Georgetown professor. Sounds like the kind of guy who’d also be out there tweeting and snapping… Read more »

Disney’s record year in movies has been years — and billions of dollars — in the making

Disney’s record year in movies has been years — and billions of dollars — in the making

What do a Blue Tang with short-term memory loss, an egomaniacal neurosurgeon trained in the mystic arts, a Polynesian demigod and a rebel soldier in a galaxy far far away… Read more »

NewsWatch: The surprise OPEC oil deal that was 2 years in the making

NewsWatch: The surprise OPEC oil deal that was 2 years in the making

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE OPEC’s much anticipated meeting was full of surprises that sent oil prices soaring. See full story. Stocks end mixed; Dow posts strongest month since March The Dow… Read more »

Deep Dive: These U.S. oil stocks are soaring after OPEC’s cut — and more gains are on the way

Deep Dive: These U.S. oil stocks are soaring after OPEC’s cut — and more gains are on the way

OPEC’s decision to cut oil production for the first time since 2008 triggered euphoria in the stock market Wednesday. And pending earnings-estimate increases from analysts ought to set a floor… Read more »

Trump Tower protests are hurting sales at Tiffany’s NYC flagship store

Trump Tower protests are hurting sales at Tiffany’s NYC flagship store

Tiffany’s flagship store has experienced traffic disruptions Tiffany & Co. said sales at its iconic New York City flagship store have been hurt by all of the post-election activity taking… Read more »

Key Words: Kellogg and Breitbart are at war, and it’s playing out on Twitter

Key Words: Kellogg and Breitbart are at war, and it’s playing out on Twitter

‘It’s on.’ Carl Quintanilla, CNBC That’s CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla, commenting on Twitter on the eruption of hostilities between breakfast-foods maker Kellogg and rightward-leaning news purveyor Breitbart. Trade magazine AdvertisingAge,… Read more »

Fannie, Freddie surge as Treasury-pick Mnuchin advocates their release from government control

Fannie, Freddie surge as Treasury-pick Mnuchin advocates their release from government control

Shares of Fannie Mae  and Freddie Mac surged Wednesday after President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for Treasury Secretary said the two mortgage enterprises would be released from government control under his… Read more »

Bank stocks keep climbing as data, oil price surge boosts rates

Bank stocks keep climbing as data, oil price surge boosts rates

Bank stocks surged again Wednesday, putting the sector on track for the best month in years, as upbeat economic data and a spike higher in crude-oil prices helped trigger a… Read more »

The Balance: Why is Hillary Clinton hiking so much?

The Balance: Why is Hillary Clinton hiking so much?

If you want to become more creative, happier and a better problem solver — and do it all without spending a dime — you’re #WithHer. Following her presidential election defeat,… Read more »

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