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Investing in the Habits of Old and Young
For decades, investors have been focused on companies that market intensively to the baby boom generation – people born in the nearly two decades after World War II. This kind of demographic investing, as it’s called, has become ingrained in the DNA of American markets. Just Google “baby boomer
Behind the Wheel of Acura’s Latest Incarnation of the $156K NSX ‘Supercar’
Jon Akeda is the man at Acura most responsible for making the latest incarnation of the NSX "supercar" a reality, and the fact that he likes the word "fun" should be a big tip-off about how this iconic sports car handles. Akeda, Acura’s vice president and general manager, and I are eating dinner
16 Minutes Of Fame
The Turning Point, a Marlton, New Jersey, brunch spot, is an homage to its state. On one wall, a canvas print trumpets Garden State cities -- Marlton! Hoboken! Manalapan! -- in block letters. On another, black-and-white photographs showcase local landmarks in sharp relief. And squirreled away in a
Religion News in Brief
Speaker defends nuns over birth control mandate WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Paul Ryan says the Obama administration's treatment of the Little Sisters of the Poor "has shown a total misunderstanding of faith." At the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast, Ryan criticized the accommodation the Obama
Texas Pastor Drops Lawsuit Over Anti-Gay Slur on Cake Purchase
Pastor Jordan Brown of Austin issued an apology for his actions after Whole Foods released surveillance video disproving his accusations.
Pastor Who Accused Whole Foods of Slur on Cake Drops Lawsuit
A gay Texas pastor who sued Whole Foods alleging that a cake he bought from the grocer was decorated with an anti-gay slur has dropped his lawsuit
10 Things to Know for Today
1. WHO'S UP NEXT IN PICKING A DEMOCRAT Oregon and Kentucky line up to vote in the Democratic presidential nominating contest, while the pall of a divisive state party convention in Nevada hangs over the race. 2. WHAT'S AT STAKE IN SYRIAN TALKS World and regional powers meet in Vienna to overcome
FBI Nabs Man Suspected of Poisoning Produce at Grocery Store
The FBI has arrested a Michigan man for allegedly spraying a poisonous mixture of chemicals on food at three grocery stores in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The FBI and Michigan Health Department are now looking at whether anyone was seriously ill from the low-scale chemical attack to contaminate food.
Man Accused of Spraying Grocery Store Produce With Poison
The FBI and Michigan Health Department are investigating whether anyone got seriously ill from the low-scale chemical attack.
Best Dressed at the 2016 Met Gala
Hollywood's biggest names shined bright on the red carpet at the 2016 tech-themed Met Gala.