List/Grid Monthly Archives: January 2018

MarketWatch First Take: Apple has less cash than you may think, but plenty to fund a large acquisition

MarketWatch First Take: Apple has less cash than you may think, but plenty to fund a large acquisition

Apple Inc. appears ready to spend a big chunk of the cash it has left overseas for years after new tax laws included a reduced repatriation rate, but how much… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: NASA spells out safety steps that SpaceX, Boeing need to take before manned launches

The Wall Street Journal: NASA spells out safety steps that SpaceX, Boeing need to take before manned launches

NASA is working with Elon Musk’s SpaceX to redesign part of the fuel system for the company’s Falcon 9 rockets and then will demand at least seven successful unmanned flights… Read more »

The Sniff Test: Apple didn’t say it was hiring 20,000 new workers, nor bringing back its overseas cash

The Sniff Test: Apple didn’t say it was hiring 20,000 new workers, nor bringing back its overseas cash

Apple Inc. announced a series of plans Wednesday that were celebrated as promises to hire thousands of workers and bring home billions of dollars in cash. Well, not necessarily. Apple… Read more »

Betty White celebrates her 96th birthday — why she refuses to stop working

Betty White celebrates her 96th birthday — why she refuses to stop working

When do you call time? And should you? Actress Betty White turned 96 on Wednesday. And she shows few signs of ever giving up work or her advocacy for animals…. Read more »

Your receipts could be making you sick

Your receipts could be making you sick

There’s a very decent chance that the receipts in your wallet or purse are covered in chemicals that might contribute to autism, reproductive impairment and obesity. An analysis from Michigan-based… Read more »

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin crawls back above $10,000 after selloff

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin crawls back above $10,000 after selloff

Bitcoin clawed its way back above $10,000 on Wednesday after spending a large portion of the session in retreat as the big selloff that started Tuesday continued to batter the… Read more »

The Fed: Fed official says dot-plot forecasts should include unemployment, inflation targets

The Fed: Fed official says dot-plot forecasts should include unemployment, inflation targets

Loretta Mester, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. A Federal Reserve official suggested the central bank’s closely watched interest-rate forecasts should be accompanied by… Read more »

Trump has the same life expectancy as an average American — but is that good or bad?

Trump has the same life expectancy as an average American — but is that good or bad?

President Trump’s life expectancy is the same as the average American male. Compared to other countries, that’s not necessarily good news. Trump, 71, underwent a four-hour medical exam last week…. Read more »

The Trump administration could make life easier for payday lenders

The Trump administration could make life easier for payday lenders

Payday lenders may have just been cut some major slack. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, under new leadership, is now reconsidering an Obama-era rule designed to keep payday lenders from… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Activist investor Starboard seeks to replace entire Mellanox board

The Wall Street Journal: Activist investor Starboard seeks to replace entire Mellanox board

Starboard Value LP is launching a fight to remove the entire sitting board at semiconductor company Mellanox Technologies Ltd., the latest attempt by the New York activist to take over… Read more »

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