Outside the Box: U.S. response to Saudi oil attack leads directly to Iran

Striking back — or not — involves trade-offs and risk, writes George Friedman.

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Peloton has spent $50.6 million on music — but this suit says it owes $300 million more

Music publishers have doubled claims against the online exercise company for spinning songs without proper licensing.

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Best New Ideas in Money: Workers would get money and voting power under this radical profit sharing idea

Dividend-paying ‘inclusive ownership fund’ offers employees a leg up as the pay gap widens.

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NewsWatch: Why buying and selling a house could soon be as simple as trading stocks

Artificial intelligence in housing won’t just eliminate Realtors. It could completely change the way we buy, sell and live.

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Deep Dive: These oil stocks rise the most after supply disruption in the Middle East

There were 39 energy companies in the S&P Composite 1500 with double-digit share-price increases.

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Prudential subsidiaries to pay nearly $33 million to settle disclosure charges: SEC

Two Prudential subsidiaries have agreed to pay nearly $33 million to settle charges they failed to disclose conflicts of interest and made misleading disclosures regarding 94 insurance-dedicated…

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Morgan Stanley retains billing as top adviser in activist fights: Refinitiv data

Morgan Stanley ranked as the top financial adviser in activist campaigns during the first six months of 2019 while Goldman Sachs and Spotlight Advisors each added clients and tied for second place,…

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NerdWallet: This company collects a lot of data on you—how to protect yourself from their mistakes

Inaccurate information from LexisNexis can leave you without access to insurance, credit or employment.

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NerdWallet: How much harm can this company’s mix-ups do to your finances?

When LexisNexis confuses different people, it can create a nightmare for consumers.

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Next Avenue: Why working has become the new retirement

Many retirees work part time because they enjoy it, want extra money, and want to stay intellectually engaged.

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