NewsWatch: Why some investors say tech stocks are becoming less risky

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The evolution of the information technology sector has made it less cyclical in recent years, some investors argue. Skeptics hear echoes of the late-90s tech bubble. See full story.

Sorry, but that $1,100 standing desk won’t make you thinner

An analysis of standing desk research finds these workstations have ‘minimal impact’ on health and performance — but standing desk users disagree. See full story.

Here’s what Wall Street hopes for Boeing in the wake of the 737 Max grounding

As Boeing Co. works on damage control, investors’ best-case scenarios for the company include a relatively short 737 Max grounding, no delivery halt, and no major redesigns for the plane, the best-selling commercial jet of all time. See full story.

This is the last chance for Americans to get $1.4 billion in unclaimed tax refunds

The final IRS deadline to file 2015 tax returns now looms. See full story.

9 tips for getting into college for students who don’t have wealthy parents

There’s no need to obsess over attending an elite school like the families named in the college admissions scandal. See full story.

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An analysis of standing desk research finds these workstations have ‘minimal impact’ on health and performance — but standing desk users disagree. See full story.

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