Outside the Box: Silicon Valley and venture capitalists are blowing this big opportunity
November 18, 2017

Nonwhite, nonmale entrepreneurs have little access to Silicon Valley’s venture-capital funding.


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Deep Dive: Fund manager looks beyond ‘FAANG’ stocks and finds even bigger winners for 2018

Renaissance Investment Management’s Michael Schroer highlights Applied Materials and Lam Research. By Phil van Doorn.


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Top Ten: Weekend roundup: Tesla’s big splash | Retail’s opportunity | Eating turkey tails

Here are MarketWatch articles to read this weekend.


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Best Buy blamed its sales miss on the late launch of an ‘iconic’ phone, but analysts shrugged
November 17, 2017

Best Buy made a big deal about how the later-than-usual launch of an “iconic” mobile phone was a key reason for missing sales expectations, but analysts aren’t worried.


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Wal-Mart is taking its battle with Amazon to higher-end customers

Wal-Mart said it’s trying to reach higher-end customers in remarks accompanying the latest earnings.


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Need to Know: Get ready for the Fed to trigger the next gold rally, says Jim Rickards

Gold has had a decent year, but things can get much better from here, says James Rickards. The gold bull says a lack of action by the Fed next month could provide the next positive catalyst for the metal’s prices.


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The Wall Street Journal: Calvin Klein to sell new underwear only through Amazon
November 16, 2017

Calvin Klein is for the first time selling new underwear only on Amazon.com Inc. this holiday season, bypassing the department stores that typically have first dibs on its latest styles.


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This is the highest-paying job in AI

Some jobs in this field pay more than $200,000.


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The Moneyist: I’m 65 and have signs of cognitive decline — what can I do to avoid rogue advisers?

This woman’s mother, who died at 92, was targeted by a slew of predatory professionals.


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Twitter starts cleaning up who gets its ‘verified’ checkmark

Responding to critics, Twitter Inc. on Wednesday started removing the verified status from accounts that promoted hate speech, violence or harassment.


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