The Wall Street Journal: TSA bolsters staffing at major airports as absences rise amid shutdown

The Wall Street Journal: TSA bolsters staffing at major airports as absences rise amid shutdown

The Transportation Security Administration has sent extra staff to airports in major cities as it faces its highest level of absences since the partial government shutdown began last month. The… Read more »

Analyst Gives Aphria (APHA) a Thumbs Up After Negative Report Knocked Stock Down – Smarter Analyst

Analyst Gives Aphria (APHA) a Thumbs Up After Negative Report Knocked Stock Down – Smarter Analyst

Aphria (APHA) stock is a hot topic right now, and not just because the company’s product needs heat for activation. Just over a week ago, the Canadian cannabis operation saw… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Facebook to work with German government to combat election interference

The Wall Street Journal: Facebook to work with German government to combat election interference

MUNICH — Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said the company will work with the German ministry for information security in a broad effort to guide policy here and… Read more »

NewsWatch: Economy is hitting more turbulence, but the shutdown leaves investors partly in the dark

NewsWatch: Economy is hitting more turbulence, but the shutdown leaves investors partly in the dark

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE The longer the month-old partial government shutdown drags on, the harder it gets to figure out what the heck is going on in the economy. See full… Read more »

The richest people on the planet had mixed fortunes last year — due to one simple thing

The richest people on the planet had mixed fortunes last year — due to one simple thing

The richest people on the planet added fewer members to their exclusive club last year, while some were more fortunate. The reason? They were more likely to invest in stocks… Read more »

Weekend Sip: This Californian craft beer finds its Germanic smoky side

Weekend Sip: This Californian craft beer finds its Germanic smoky side

The can: Fort Point Beer Co.’s Manzanita, $11.99 for a six-pack The back story: Call this a marriage of craft brewing and a campfire, with a woodsy California twist. Fort… Read more »

: Physician-targeted marketing is associated with more opioid overdose deaths, new study finds

: Physician-targeted marketing is associated with more opioid overdose deaths, new study finds

Opioid-related overdose deaths are higher in areas of the country where there’s increased marketing of opioid products to physicians, highlighting the role the pharmaceutical industry plays in the opioid epidemic…. Read more »

The Ratings Game: Netflix stock falls but analysts get even more bullish

The Ratings Game: Netflix stock falls but analysts get even more bullish

Netflix Inc.’s earnings report couldn’t fully satisfy investors, but it was good enough to prompt a bevy of bullish analyst calls, with even the most bearish on Wall Street boosting… Read more »

BookWatch: How ‘Badass’ author Jen Sincero went from living in a garage to being rich

BookWatch: How ‘Badass’ author Jen Sincero went from living in a garage to being rich

If you were to ask Jen Sincero what kept her in a low-wage, low-happiness funk for decades of her adult life, stuck in “the fetal position of hopelessness and confusion,”… Read more »

BookWatch: Tesla will overrun traditional car companies because they still aren’t moving fast enough

BookWatch: Tesla will overrun traditional car companies because they still aren’t moving fast enough

It took the worst corporate scandal in automotive history for Volkswagen to make the necessary decision to transform itself into an electric car company. The world’s largest car maker will… Read more »

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