Happy Wednesday, MarketWatchers! Here are some of today’s top stories to carry you through the rest of hump day:
42% of the reviews came from unverified purchasers who didn’t buy the book from Amazon.
Experts say there are more secure ways of unlocking your smartphone than facial recognition.
Cellphone carriers may not be under as much pressure to offer deals to those who want to upgrade.
These apps provide a timely reminder to look after yourself and others.
How the Equifax breach could impact you during tax season.
Since Equifax revealed the massive data breach, few things have gone smoothly.
What to know before you date your co-worker.
The SE iPhone has a 4-inch display and seems like a bargain compared to Apple’s newest models.
As Apple prepares to unveil the 10th-anniversary iPhone, some people are still holding onto the original version.
39% of millennials say they interact more with their phones than with their loved ones.
Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says the government could pay for health care for all Americans by taxing the rich, targeting tax shelters and eliminating loopholes and deductions. Here’s how he lays it all out.
Democrats seeking a chink in President Trump’s armor have floated the idea of “free” college to attract support outside their liberal base, but apparently the idea has fallen flat with swing voters.
The official government data hides the reality of the modern worker, writes Constantin Gurdgiev.
Jeff Reeves explores the bull and bear cases for the fast-food chain.
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