List/Grid Monthly Archives: February 2017

Are you paying too much for your medical records?

Are you paying too much for your medical records?

There’s a flip side to the federal law that protects the privacy of your health information: namely, provisions that are meant to make it easy for you to get copies… Read more »

Paul Brandus: Trump’s $30 trillion debt dilemma

Paul Brandus: Trump’s $30 trillion debt dilemma

U.S. President Donald Trump leads a listening session with health insurance company CEO’s in the Roosevelt Room. Don’t look now, but a yuge number is creeping up on Donald Trump:… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Dow struggles to continue record run as traders await Trump speech

Market Snapshot: Dow struggles to continue record run as traders await Trump speech

U.S. stocks edged lower on Tuesday, with investors reluctant to extend the market’s series of records as they looked ahead to a speech by President Donald Trump that could determine… Read more »

What Panera had to change to make its menu ‘clean’

What Panera had to change to make its menu ‘clean’

Panera Bread Co. PNRA, -0.17% in January made good on a promise it made two years ago, saying its food is now free of man-made preservatives, sweeteners, colors and flavors…. Read more »

19 ways to save on wedding costs

19 ways to save on wedding costs

First comes love, then comes paying for the wedding. Weddings cost an average of $35,329 nationally — excluding the honeymoon — according to The Knot’s 2016 Real Weddings Study. That’s the… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: NYSE mulling flipping standard fee model with newest exchange

The Wall Street Journal: NYSE mulling flipping standard fee model with newest exchange

The New York Stock Exchange is considering a time-honored move to boost market share: copy an innovation from competitors. NYSE has approached market participants about launching a so-called “inverted” exchange,… Read more »

The ugly truth: No one is going to want your parents’ stuff

The ugly truth: No one is going to want your parents’ stuff

After my father died at 94 in September, leaving my sister and me to empty his one-bedroom, independent living New Jersey apartment, we learned the hard truth that others in… Read more »

The Ratings Game: J.C. Penney’s store closures are a good move, but could signal bigger problems

The Ratings Game: J.C. Penney’s store closures are a good move, but could signal bigger problems

J.C. Penney is the latest to join the list of retailers to shut stores J.C. Penney Co. Inc.’s real estate moves aren’t unusual for the retail industry nowadays, but the… Read more »

Amazon, Netflix make strides in Hollywood with first Oscar wins

Amazon, Netflix make strides in Hollywood with first Oscar wins

Amazon.com Inc. walked away from Sunday’s Oscars ceremony with a couple of golden statuettes. Despite missing out on the excitement of the best picture category, the streaming company has planted… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Intelsat to merge with satellite startup OneWeb

The Wall Street Journal: Intelsat to merge with satellite startup OneWeb

TOKYO—U.S. satellite startup OneWeb Ltd. said it would merge with restructuring satellite operator Intelsat SA, with Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp. injecting $1.7 billion into the combined entity. The deal, which is subject… Read more »

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