U.S. stocks fell sharply Monday, in the latest example of heavy intraday volatility driven by both uncertainty surrounding trade policy and weakness in the large-capitalization technology and internet sectors. See full story.
Trump’s attacks on Amazon break with history of presidents keeping hands off
White House conflicts with business are not uncommon, but President Donald Trump’s attacks on Amazon take it to a whole new level. See full story.
Facebook is in bear-market territory as Apple flirts with a correction, and they are far from alone
After the worst quarter for stocks in more than two years and another fall at the beginning of a new period, nearly a fifth of the S&P 500’s tech sector has slipped into bear territory, led by Facebook Inc.’s decline of more than 20%, and about 70% of the sector, including Apple Inc., is in correction territory. See full story.
In a world of oversharing, here’s where most people draw the line on Facebook
There’s a limit to how much people trust the biggest social network on the planet. See full story.
Tesla stock keeps tumbling, while analysts say it’s fallen far enough
Tesla shares trade at their lowest since early 2017 after a rash of negative news and Elon Musk’s April Fools’ Day tweets. See full story.
This 34-year-old woman is worried about her financial future if she marries (and he predeceases her). See full story.
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