NewsWatch: Why one stock-market bull says he’s taking the ‘offense off the field’

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Tony Dwyer, a longtime bull and strategist at brokerage Canaccord Genuity, is getting a little nervous and said it is time “to take offense temporarily off the field.” See full story.

Bezos phone was hacked after Saudi crown prince sent video, U.N. report expected to say

Cybersecurity experts hired by Inc. founder Jeff Bezos have alleged that his phone was probably hacked in 2018 by a WhatsApp account associated with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to a person familiar with the matter. See full story.

Netflix changes its view on ‘views,’ which will boost its numbers by 35%

What does it mean to “watch” a show on a streaming service? For Netflix Inc., it now means viewing at least two minutes. See full story.

German DAX in record territory as European stocks attempt to shake off China virus fears

European stocks struggled to stay positive on Wednesday, as investors continued to watch for developments in the China coronavirus outbreak. The DAX was clinging to a fresh record. See full story.

Target shopper tries to shame worker — $31,000 later, it backfires in a big way

David Leavitt may be an award-winning journalist, as his Twitte bio claims, but he’s also an absolute nightmare of a customer, if his recent run-in with a Target employee is any indication. See full story.


This credit prevents millions from slipping into poverty, yet a new study finds many people are not aware of its existence. See full story.