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How children’s e-books are ruining storytime

How children’s e-books are ruining storytime

Once upon a time, some researchers studied whether parents and toddlers got more quality time out of reading e-books or print books together. And they found that kids and parents… Read more »

Key Words: A Republican senator is proposing his own climate-change plan. Just don’t call it the ‘Green New Deal’

Key Words: A Republican senator is proposing his own climate-change plan. Just don’t call it the ‘Green New Deal’

Sen. Lamar Alexander A Republican senator on Monday took to the Senate floor to discuss what’s bothering him. It wasn’t the Mueller investigation, or Hillary Clinton or estate taxes, either…. Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Canada may tie its approval of trade deal to removal of Trump’s tariffs

The Wall Street Journal: Canada may tie its approval of trade deal to removal of Trump’s tariffs

Canada’s foreign minister indicated Monday the government might delay ratification of the revised North American free-trade deal until the Trump administration lifts its tariffs against Canadian steel and aluminum. The… Read more »

Amazon is prime territory for drunk shoppers

Amazon is prime territory for drunk shoppers

When it comes to drinking and shopping, Amazon is a top destination. Amazon AMZN, +0.54%   is the No. 1 site people go to shop after imbibing, a new survey… Read more »

Market Extra: Why an inverted yield curve doesn’t mean investors should immediately sell stocks

Market Extra: Why an inverted yield curve doesn’t mean investors should immediately sell stocks

An inverted yield curve does not an immediate stock-market inferno make. And Tony Dwyer, chief U.S. markets strategist for Canaccord Genuity, is urging investors to view a yield curve inversion… Read more »

Key Words: German billionaire family that owns U.S. brands Krispy Kreme,  Pepper and Calgon had ‘disgusting’ Nazi past

Key Words: German billionaire family that owns U.S. brands Krispy Kreme, Pepper and Calgon had ‘disgusting’ Nazi past

There is no “glossing over” how the German conglomerate that now owns iconic American glazed Krispy Kreme donuts once made its dough — on the blood and forced labor orchestrated… Read more »

Upgrade: Half of parents who entrusted their kids with this money move now regret it

Upgrade: Half of parents who entrusted their kids with this money move now regret it

Parents give their kids a lot of credit. Nearly one in 10 parents (8%) with kids under 18 say that at least one of those children has a credit card,… Read more »

NewsWatch: Why an inverted yield curve doesn’t mean investors should immediately sell stocks

NewsWatch: Why an inverted yield curve doesn’t mean investors should immediately sell stocks

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Tony Dwyer, chief U.S. markets strategist for Canaccord Genuity, is urging investors to view a yield curve inversion as an opportunity rather than a death knell. See… Read more »

The Tell: Stock buybacks among S&P 500 companies mark a record streak

The Tell: Stock buybacks among S&P 500 companies mark a record streak

The amount of shares repurchased by S&P 500 companies in the last three months of 2018 hit a record, marking the fourth consecutive quarterly all-time high and the longest such… Read more »

Apple targets payments, news, TV and videogames in event detailing new subscription services

Apple targets payments, news, TV and videogames in event detailing new subscription services

Apple Inc. deepened its push into services on Monday, announcing a credit card launched in partnership with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. as well as new streaming services centered on news,… Read more »

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