List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2018

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin slumps below $7,000, nearing 2018 low

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin slumps below $7,000, nearing 2018 low

Major cryptocurrencies took another leg lower overnight as the persistent selling persisted, pushing most to multimonth lows. The price of a single bitcoin BTCUSD, -5.79%  traded to an overnight low… Read more »

Walmart’s potential Humana deal could connect your health insurance with the produce aisle

Walmart’s potential Humana deal could connect your health insurance with the produce aisle

What does retailer Walmart Inc., which has built a reputation for ruthless cost-cutting and obsessive customer analytics, want with health insurer Humana Inc.? The two are in early acquisition talks,… Read more »

Amazon stock bounces, after Trump tweets ‘concerns’ about U.S. Postal Service, taxes

Amazon stock bounces, after Trump tweets ‘concerns’ about U.S. Postal Service, taxes

President Donald Trump tweeted early Thursday about his “concerns” that e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. isn’t paying its fair share of taxes and is hurting the U.S. Postal Service, sending shares… Read more »

Currencies: Dollar gains on the week, but drops 2.1% in first quarter

Currencies: Dollar gains on the week, but drops 2.1% in first quarter

The U.S. dollar ended the month of March and first quarter of the year on a weaker note versus its rivals, while the Japanese yen comes out as the winner… Read more »

Weekend Sip: A kosher-for-Passover wine with a basketball pedigree

Weekend Sip: A kosher-for-Passover wine with a basketball pedigree

The bottles: Stoudemire Private Collection red wines — Reserve, $65.99; Grand Reserve, $99.99 The back story: The traditional sip of Passover, the eight-day Jewish holiday that commemorates the exodus from… Read more »

The Conversation: How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook targeting model really works – according to the person who built it

The Conversation: How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook targeting model really works – according to the person who built it

The researcher whose work is at the center of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data analysis and political advertising uproar has revealed that his method worked much like the one Netflix uses… Read more »

Top Ten: Weekend roundup: Fear and the stock market | Tesla’s cash problem | Easy way to make a ton of money

Top Ten: Weekend roundup: Fear and the stock market | Tesla’s cash problem | Easy way to make a ton of money

MarketWatch rounded up 10 of its most interesting topics over the past week. 1. Dow breaks streak as fear mounts The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +1.07%  declined 2.5% during… Read more »

Amazon customers are fiercely loyal — and this is why Trump’s tweets won’t change that

Amazon customers are fiercely loyal — and this is why Trump’s tweets won’t change that

President Trump is decidedly in the minority when it comes to disliking Amazon AMZN, +1.11% Amazon’s stock fell sharply Wednesday following a report from online news outlet Axios that quoted… Read more »

Roseanne Barr is in TV ratings heaven, but will it end in tears?

Roseanne Barr is in TV ratings heaven, but will it end in tears?

Roseanne Barr is a vocal supporter of President Trump, and after the huge ratings generated by the premiere of her rebooted ABC DIS, +1.93%   sitcom “Roseanne,” she received a… Read more »

Why you should look at the fine print when it comes to college costs

Why you should look at the fine print when it comes to college costs

Many students choose to attend their state’s public college because it offers the best deal, but increasingly these schools are charging some students more depending on what they study. Roughly… Read more »

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