The buyback binge has reached historic proportions, with repurchases by S&P 500 companies in the last three months of 2018 marking the fourth straight quarterly record high. That’s never happened before. What happens when it stops? See full story.
Baby boomers commit the ‘7 deadly sins’ of retirement planning
New survey shows why millions are unprepared. See full story.
Capital One quietly changed some of its credit card reward programs — why all consumers should pay attention
It’s not an unusual move, and it exemplifies the pitfalls of some credit cards. See full story.
Apple stock ends winning streak, but $1 trillion valuation still within striking distance
Apple Inc.’s stock narrowly missed its first 10-session winning streak since 2010 on Tuesday, but the most valuable U.S. company still ended the trading session within striking distance of a $1 trillion market value. See full story.
And now for something different: Democrats call for balanced-budget amendment
A bevy of lawmakers in Congress alarmed by soaring deficits are calling yet again for a constitutional amendment to balance the federal budget — but this time it’s Democrats. See full story.
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