The Wall Street Journal: Indonesia to blame Boeing’s 737 MAX design and U.S. oversight in report on Lion Air crash

The Wall Street Journal: Indonesia to blame Boeing’s 737 MAX design and U.S. oversight in report on Lion Air crash

Indonesian investigators have determined that design and oversight lapses played a central role in the fatal crash of a Boeing 737 MAX jet in October, according to people familiar with… Read more »

The New York Post: Bond king Bill Gross in postage stamp feud with rocker son

The New York Post: Bond king Bill Gross in postage stamp feud with rocker son

A billionaire former bond trader once accused of putting dead fish in air vents to get back at his ex-wife is involved in a new stink — this time with… Read more »

In One Chart: How vapers could cost Donald Trump the presidency in 2020

In One Chart: How vapers could cost Donald Trump the presidency in 2020

‘While parents may be concerned about e-cigarettes, the people who genuinely care about vaping as a voting issue so far outweighs the number of people Trump needs to win in… Read more »

The New York Post: New York police investigating alleged Trump Tower jewelry thefts

The New York Post: New York police investigating alleged Trump Tower jewelry thefts

President Trump had better keep an eye on his valuables when he visits New York for the UN General Assembly this week. NYPD detectives are investigating the alleged thefts of… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Some WeWork board members seek to remove Adam Neumann as CEO

The Wall Street Journal: Some WeWork board members seek to remove Adam Neumann as CEO

A bloc of WeWork directors is planning to push Adam Neumann to step down as chief executive after a tumultuous week in which his eccentric behavior and drug use came… Read more »

Best New Ideas in Money: Think twice before using facial-recognition technology or fingerprint scanning

Best New Ideas in Money: Think twice before using facial-recognition technology or fingerprint scanning

Aram Sinnreich recently went grocery shopping at a Whole Foods Market in his hometown of Washington, D.C., and realized he had left his wallet at home. He had no cards… Read more »

Here are the most generous tippers in America

Here are the most generous tippers in America

“Give as if you were taking,” Hisham Matar, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the memoir “The Return,” said his late father advised him. But not everyone follows that rule when… Read more »

Market Extra: How the Fed’s funding struggles highlight the fragility of Wall Street confidence

Market Extra: How the Fed’s funding struggles highlight the fragility of Wall Street confidence

When obscure corners of the financial markets that are typically considered mundane draw outsize attention on Wall Street, it is always cause for investor concern. That was the case last… Read more »

Commodities Corner: Why Saudi Arabia’s output hit won’t lead to shocking prices at the gas pump

Commodities Corner: Why Saudi Arabia’s output hit won’t lead to shocking prices at the gas pump

Global crude production has taken a serious hit following the weekend attack on Saudi oil facilities, leading to a spike in oil prices, but for gasoline — and U.S. drivers… Read more »

Facebook says ‘tens of thousands’ of apps suspended over privacy issues

Facebook says ‘tens of thousands’ of apps suspended over privacy issues

For more than a year, Facebook Inc. suspended “tens of thousands” of apps from about 400 developers that improperly pried into the personal information of its users, the company said… Read more »

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