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12:00 p.m. July 17, 2019 - By Quentin Fottrell
Fixing these two health issues in early adulthood can drastically reduce your risk of heart disease A new study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology analyzed more than 36,000 peopleFixing these two health issues in early adulthood can drastically reduce your risk of heart disease A new study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology analyzed more than 36,000 people.
9:27 a.m. July 17, 2019 - By Michael Poyker
Another reason your wages are low: it’s cheaper to hire convicts Chain gangs are not a thing of the past — more than a million inmates are working for penniesU.S. workers must compete against low-paid workers in other countries, but they also face another source of competition much closer to home: prison labor.
9:04 a.m. July 17, 2019 - Barrons.com
China Is a Bigger Problem for the Global Economy Than You Think, Rupal Bhansali Says Rupal Bhansali, a Barron’s Roundtable panelist and the chief investment officer at Ariel Investments, says “people underestimate how much China was responsible” for economic growth over the last decade.
12:19 p.m. July 15, 2019 - By Jon Swartz
Big Tech can expect another grilling on Capitol Hill Execs from Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook are facing some tough questions at Tuesday’s hearingExecutives from Alphabet Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Apple Inc., and Facebook Inc. should brace for tough questions around antitrust as federal probes gain steam.
5:20 a.m. July 14, 2019 - By James Wellemeyer
In states where marijuana is legal, licensed dispensaries are pushing out drug dealers More than half — 61% — of Americans now believe marijuana should be legalMore than half — 61% — of Americans now believe marijuana should be legal.
4:14 a.m. July 14, 2019 - By Meera Jagannathan
Here’s what 2020 Democratic candidates have said about universal basic income Businessman Andrew Yang has centered his campaign around a $1,000-a-month universal basic incomeBusinessman Andrew Yang has centered his campaign around a $1,000-a-month universal basic income.
5:08 a.m. July 11, 2019 - By Andrew Keshner
People in states where marijuana is legal are eating more salty snacks and ice cream New research from Nielsen looks into the price of cannabis-induced cravingsNew research from Nielsen looks into the price of cannabis-induced cravings.
1:45 a.m. July 10, 2019 - Barrons.com
Marijuana Dispensaries Are Pushing Out Drug Dealers in States Where It’s Legal In states where recreational marijuana use has been legalized, teens are less likely to smoke it, says a new study published in JAMA Pediatrics. Other recent studies have come to similar conclusions.
3:34 a.m. July 6, 2019 - By Quentin Fottrell
Incompetent, rich people are more likely to get ahead than smart people with no money Classism and elitism are alive and well in Corporate America, according to a recent studyClassism and elitism are alive and well in Corporate America, according to a recent study.
3:29 a.m. July 6, 2019 - By Quentin Fottrell
Happy July Fourth Weekend! Here are 5 financial reasons millions of Americans have no reason to celebrate Not everyone is benefiting from record-low unemployment and a decade-long bull marketNot everyone is benefiting from record-low unemployment and a decade-long bull market.
6:32 a.m. July 3, 2019 - Barrons.com
Data Hackers ‘Have the Advantage’ as the World Scrambles to Stop Them Concerns about data security and data sharing were paramount at the World Economic Forum’s 13th Annual Meeting of New Champions in the Chinese coastal city of Dalian. Conspicuously missing were concrete solutions.
11:49 a.m. June 27, 2019 - By Nicole Lyn Pesce
Waking up early may lower your breast cancer risk Being a morning person was associated with a slightly lower risk of breast cancer. Other studies find early risers are healthier and wealthier.Being a morning person was associated with a slightly lower risk of breast cancer. Other studies find early risers are healthier and wealthier.
3:51 a.m. June 24, 2019 - By Jon Swartz
The antitrust suspects: Facebook and Apple appear to be most at risk No easy solution for Google, and Amazon appears pretty safe, antitrust experts tell MarketWatch in assessing Big Tech inquiriesFacebook Inc. and Apple Inc. are most at risk if government regulators are serious about pursuing antitrust actions against Big Tech.
6:25 a.m. June 20, 2019 - By Ashby Daniels
You’re probably going to live a lot longer than you think Now you have to plan for a 30-year retirementNow you have to plan for a 30-year retirement
12:07 p.m. June 19, 2019 - By Joslyn Brenton
Stop shaming parents for not cooking more meals at home If only it were as simple as buying an Instant PotIf only it were as simple as buying an Instant Pot.
2:05 a.m. June 19, 2019 - Barrons.com
Apple and Facebook Appear to Be Most at Risk in a New Era of Antitrust The specter of antitrust action against four of the largest tech companies in the world has evolved into a parlor game among some in Silicon Valley: What antitrust suspect is the most vulnerable?
1:01 a.m. June 18, 2019 - Barrons.com
Podcast: Bitcoin Is Rallying Above $9,000 3 numbers to help you navigate the market—in just two minutes.
11:39 a.m. June 17, 2019 - By Meera Jagannathan
The bizarre reasons why it may be better for women to give birth in the spring Some women will pay up to $877 to give birth in the spring, according to a new studySome women will pay up to $877 to give birth in the spring, according to a new study.
11:17 a.m. June 17, 2019 - By Andrew Keshner
As Justice Department prepares antitrust case, Facebook and Google face a billion-dollar question: What’s your data worth? U.S. Senator Mark Warner is drafting a bill that would make companies like Facebook and Google inform users on the value of their dataU.S. Senator Mark Warner is drafting a bill that would make companies like Facebook and Google inform users on the value of their data.
5:36 a.m. June 8, 2019 - By Leslie Albrecht
Low-income moms in four U.S. cities are being paid $4,000 a year, with no strings attached These mothers can spend the money wherever and however they wantThese mothers can spend the money wherever and however they want.
4:00 p.m. June 7, 2019 - Barrons.com
Taking the Long View Long-term care insurance is an increasingly important tool for financial advisors—albeit one that many don’t understand and often avoid
3:46 a.m. June 7, 2019 - By Renu Zaretsky
I hate to admit it, but 529 savings plans are too sweet a deal This tax break fails on helping those who need it mostThis tax break should be aimed at those who need it most and who might not otherwise be able to afford college. And it should be big enough to make a difference for those who are struggling to pay for college.
8:55 a.m. June 5, 2019 - By Alessandra Malito
Deaths from falls are soaring — here’s how to prevent them Older Americans are most at risk Older Americans are most at risk
3:28 a.m. June 2, 2019 - By Jillian Berman
More high-school students are using this hack to get a head-start on college — but the poorest students are being left behind Black and Hispanic high-school students are missing out on a more affordable opportunity to move on to higher educationBlack and Hispanic high-school students are missing out on a more affordable opportunity to move on to higher education.
3:24 a.m. June 2, 2019 - By Jillian Berman
Inside the nationwide effort to tackle the $1.5 trillion student-debt crisis — with the help of high-school students Touted as an antidote to college costs, the number of high-school students taking college courses has increased dramatically in recent yearsTouted as an antidote to college costs, the number of high-school students taking college courses has increased dramatically in recent years.
10:29 a.m. June 1, 2019 - By Jillian Berman
High-school students who take college classes don’t always save time — or money The question of whether college credits earned in high school transfer seamlessly is a complicated oneThe question of whether college credits earned in high school transfer seamlessly is a complicated one.
7:34 a.m. May 29, 2019 - By Meera Jagannathan
How the cell phone helped reduce drug-related gang deaths A new study finds a link between cell-phone network build-out and U.S. homicide ratesA new study finds a link between cell-phone network build-out and U.S. homicide rates.
4:44 a.m. May 28, 2019 - By Sarah Toy
An entire industry is being built around CBD, but we really don’t know that much about it CBD is showing up in protein powders, bath salts, makeup and even jelly beansScientists are still unsure of exactly what the benefits — and potential dangers — of CBD are.
5:07 a.m. May 23, 2019 - By Jeanette Settembre
Married couples are happier than everyone else, especially in middle age A new analysis of more than 286,000 people sheds light on why married people report higher levels of life satisfactionA new analysis of more than 286,000 people sheds light on why married people report higher levels of life satisfaction.
3:16 p.m. May 20, 2019 - By Quentin Fottrell
The most egregious twist in the ‘Game of Thrones’ finale: Two plastic water bottles Millions of viewers tuned into HBO to watch the last episode of the epic drama, but some noticed another 21st century flubMillions of viewers tuned into HBO to watch the last episode of the epic drama, but some noticed another 21st century flub.
6:50 a.m. May 19, 2019 - By Tomi Kilgore
Fred’s is closing these 104 additional stores, with liquidation sales starting today Stocks plunges to record low as new closures come just 1 month after the retailer said it was shuttering 159 storesFred’s Inc. said Thursday it will close another 104 stores by the end of June, with liquidation sales beginning immediately, as the discount retailer continues its restructuring efforts.
10:12 a.m. May 17, 2019 - By Pedro Nicolaci da Costa
This simple trick could make it a lot harder for corporations to skip out on their tax bill U.S. should tax corporate profits based on U.S. share of global sales The U.S. could reduce inequality, rein in abusive tax shelters, and gain some needed revenue if it taxed corporate profits based on the share of sales that occurred in the U.S., writes Pedro da Costa.
2:17 p.m. May 16, 2019 - Associated Press
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio insults ‘Con Don’ and Trump fires back Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that he will seek the Democratic nomination for presidentBill de Blasio announced Thursday that he will seek the Democratic nomination for president.
3:07 a.m. May 16, 2019 - By Andrew Keshner
America’s declining birth rate is a warning sign for millions of people’s finances The upshot on the continuing decline in the fertility rateThe upshot on the continuing decline in the fertility rate.
12:29 p.m. May 14, 2019 - By Greg Robb
Alice Rivlin, first CBO director who later served on Fed and in White House, dies at 88 Battle with cancer fells giant in policy circlesAlice Rivlin, who served at the first director of the Congressional Budget Office and later served as on the Federal Reserve Board and in the Clinton White House, died Tuesday.
6:39 a.m. May 13, 2019 - Barrons.com
7 Dividend Stocks for Volatile Times Ahead Lower interest rates, slowing profit growth, and market uncertainty make these income plays more appealing
5:05 a.m. May 13, 2019 - Associated Press
Uighur roundup and military buildup had China and U.S. on collision course even before trade clash Asia specialist at Pentagon calls detention and re-education sites for Muslim minority ‘concentration camps’Asia specialist at Pentagon calls detention and re-education sites for Uighurs, a Chinese Muslim minority group, ‘concentration camps.’
4:03 p.m. May 10, 2019 - Barrons.com
UPS Stock Is Poised to Deliver. Here’s Why. With free cash flow expected to improve and a safe dividend, shares of the transport company should start to revive
1:40 p.m. May 6, 2019 - Associated Press
Microsoft offers software to modernize and secure future elections The product will be called ‘ElectionGuard’ and could be ready for next year’s general electionsThe product will be called ‘ElectionGuard’ and could be ready for next year’s general elections.
1:25 p.m. May 6, 2019 - Associated Press
Microsoft offers free software tools to make voting secure, verifiable Early prototypes could be ready for 2020 elections, CEO Nadella saysMicrosoft has announced an ambitious effort it says will make voting secure, verifiable and subject to reliable audits. Two of the three top U.S elections vendors have expressed interest in potentially incorporating the open-source software into their proprietary voting systems.
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