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2016-05-15

Philadelphia goes transparent—with its data

Philadelphia’s chief data officer, Tim Wisniewski helps publish the city’s data — employee salaries, crimes and property assessments, among other things — for public consumption on the Web.

posted 2016/05/15 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

2016-05-14

NewsWatch: Jim Cramer doesn’t beat the market

CNBC TV personality and “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer has built a lucrative career as a stock picker, but a new analysis of his charitable fund—a personal stock portfolio he co-manages that the financial website he founded has built a…

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Wall Street Journal: Williams Cos. files new suit against Energy Transfer Equity to keep deal on track

Williams Cos. has filed a new lawsuit against pipeline giant Energy Transfer Equity, seeking to force the company to proceed with their merger agreement

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Margin: A mural of Trump kissing Putin on the lips is being shared everywhere

Street art of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin locking lips has surfaced on the side of a barbecue restaurant in Lithuania, sending a few ripples across the globe.

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The New York Post: Donald Trump denies posing as his own spokesman in 1991 recording

Donald Trump denies he posed as his own media spokesman in phone conversations with reporters long ago — calling the release of a 25-year-old voice recording an age-old scam.

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

NewsWatch: Jim Cramer doesn’t beat the market

CNBC TV personality and “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer has built a lucrative career as a stock picker, but a new analysis of his charitable fund—a personal stock portfolio he co-manages that the financial website he founded has built a…

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Wall Street Journal: FIFA’s audit chief resigns over threat to reforms

Domenico Scala, FIFA’s audit and compliance chief and the man tasked with spearheading many of the embattled organization’s reform efforts, resigned from his post in protest on Saturday, a day after FIFA’s annual congress.

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

NewsWatch: Jim Cramer doesn’t beat the market

CNBC TV personality and “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer has built a lucrative career as a stock picker, but a new analysis of his charitable fund—a personal stock portfolio he co-manages that the financial website he founded has built a…

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

Chuck Jaffe: The money talk every parent should have with their college graduate

Introduce them to their 55-year-old selves 30 years down the road, writes Chuck Jaffe.

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

How to budget for a wedding — that’s not your own

Here’s how to save up to be in a wedding entourage.

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

Market Snapshot: This stock market is down but not out

As one of the most miserable corporate earnings season in recent memory winds down, there are still plenty of economic data points and the Federal Reserve guessing game to keep investors busy.

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

Life lessons from a 116-year-old woman

Living well into retirement and beyond.

posted 2016/05/14 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

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