List/Grid Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Amazon to build air cargo hub outside Cincinnati

The Wall Street Journal: Amazon to build air cargo hub outside Cincinnati

Amazon.com Inc. said Tuesday it plans to build its first air cargo hub to accommodate its growing fleet of planes, signaling the company is ramping up its expansion into transporting,… Read more »

Fitbit may have stumbled, but the wearable craze isn’t dead yet

Fitbit may have stumbled, but the wearable craze isn’t dead yet

Wearables—smartwatches, fitness trackers, and other portable personal technology—have been declared dead at least a dozen times in their relatively short lives. Adding fuel to that fire is a disappointing earnings… Read more »

The New York Post: Tom Brady says he’s never drunk coffee or eaten a strawberry

The New York Post: Tom Brady says he’s never drunk coffee or eaten a strawberry

Tom Brady wasn’t built for football. Stocky and a little slow at the 2000 scouting combine, the quarterback was picked up in the sixth round of the draft and promptly… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: San Francisco sues over Trump’s cuts to sanctuary cities

The Wall Street Journal: San Francisco sues over Trump’s cuts to sanctuary cities

SAN FRANCISCO — City officials here are suing the Trump administration over an order to cut off federal funds to cities that shelter undocumented immigrants. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in… Read more »

Commodities Corner: This is what Trump did to gold, oil and other commodities in January

Commodities Corner: This is what Trump did to gold, oil and other commodities in January

By Markets/commodities reporter Commodities finished nearly flat for the month as President Donald Trump helped jostle prices. Commodities have generally gained since Donald Trump was elected president of the United… Read more »

Cities where Trump’s travel ban may hit the hardest, in two maps

Cities where Trump’s travel ban may hit the hardest, in two maps

By Social media editor & Drone Reporter President Donald Trump signed an executive order late last Friday temporarily restricting immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries and causing chaos at airports as… Read more »

The Tell: 4 signs a stock-market selloff in February may be brewing

The Tell: 4 signs a stock-market selloff in February may be brewing

U.S. stocks on Monday descended significantly for the first time in the Donald Trump postelection era that delivered a multimonth shot in the arm to equity investors. There are signs… Read more »

NewsWatch: Apple reports record quarter as iPhone 7 sales help earnings: Live blog

NewsWatch: Apple reports record quarter as iPhone 7 sales help earnings: Live blog

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Apple Inc. is expected to report its first year-over-year improvement in iPhone sales after three straight quarters of declines when it reports earnings after the market closes… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Stock market ends mostly lower, but posts monthly gains

Market Snapshot: Stock market ends mostly lower, but posts monthly gains

U.S. stocks trimmed earlier losses but still ended mostly lower on Tuesday, as declines in industrial, technology and financials shares outweighed gains in health-care and utilities sectors. The main indexes… Read more »

Robo advisers are picking up human advisers for clients

Robo advisers are picking up human advisers for clients

One of the sharpest criticisms of automated investment platforms, known as robo advisers, is that there’s no human hand to guide you with your money. That’s starting to change. Betterment,… Read more »

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