These two maps show how the trade war with China is hurting ‘Trump country’

New study finds tariffs are taking their toll in battleground Midwestern states.

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Outside the Box: Netflix stock has fallen 30% in 3 months but its valuation is still irrational

These Netflix bears say slowing growth means the stock is worth 57% less than where it now trades.

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Why no streaming company will be able to dethrone Netflix

Netflix’s endgame is global dominance, and it’s slowly and surely getting there, says Beth Kindig.

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Here’s why ETFs can’t bring down the financial system, iShares says

Only 20% of ETF trading involves purchasing or redeeming shares, while the vast majority is in between market participants, new research shows.

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Tax Guy: How to handle tricky tax rules when you convert your house into a rental property

Converting could be a good idea, but the tax stuff can be complicated.

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Peloton’s fiercest rival in the battle for home fitness dominance could be this company from Italy

Milan-listed Technogym is set to make its foray into streaming-online-fitness classes via digital platforms on its machines, putting the firm on a collision course with popular Peloton Interactive

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The Margin: Prince’s estate joins the likes of Rihanna, Pharrell and Adele in telling Trump’s campaign to stop playing their songs

Ronald Reagan, Barack Obama and Bob Dole have also drawn musicians’ anger — but the artists can’t always pull the plug

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Personal Finance Daily: The best diet for treating depression and 8 weird things America’s happiest couples have in common

Friday's top personal finance stories

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Here are the ‘oppressive’ working conditions at the farms that supply Whole Foods, report shows

The charity claims that laborers that supply Whole Foods reported working up to 14 hours a day in “oppressive heat with few rest breaks,” and often with “very limited access to toilets.”

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Upgrade: ‘I hate going back to the U.S.’: This 69-year-old left Utah for Portugal, where you can ‘live well’ on $2,000 a month

The pros and cons of living in Portugal.

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