The sixth time is a charm for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, closing above 35,000 for the first time Friday, as stocks cap a buy-the-dip rebound from a selloff that opened the week. See full story.
What will Apple say about the next iPhone at earnings time? Maybe more than usual
The pandemic may add a wrinkle to the guessing game that normally accompanies Apple Inc.’s June-quarter conference call. See full story.
This is the tipping point for when people vaccinated against COVID-19 should mask up again indoors
Masking is already being recommended again in parts of California. An infectious disease specialist weighs in. See full story.
Why stock-trading apps like Robinhood plus social media are a potent brew for investors
People tend to take riskier bets when their peers are watching. See full story.
Is there a way to avoid doing stupid things in your old age?
A new book takes an irreverent look at getting older. See full story.
Also, more advantages of index investing, how athletes can benefit from new NCAA rules and stocks that are alternatives to Amazon. See full story.