3 Top Tech Stocks to Buy in March

Buying and holding technology stocks is a fantastic way for any investor to predictably beat the market over the long term. But in today's fast-changing world, it's not always easy to find high-quality tech names worthy of a spot in your portfolio. So we asked three top Motley Fool contributors to each find a tech stock they believe investors would […]

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Doug Collins: House vote to make Mueller report public a failed stunt by Dems

Rep. Doug Collins: Loretta Lynch has some explaining to do The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, Georgia Rep. Doug Collins, voted for the resolution calling for any final report in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation to be made public, but told Fox News on Sunday it was unnecessary. “It was a political stunt by the Democrats who […]

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Badgley Mischka’s James Mischka on the state of the luxury market — and what he won’t spend money on

Mark Badgley and James Mischka launched their luxury fashion label in 1988. Since then, their garments have been sold in high-end retailers like Nordstrom Inc. JWN, +0.09% Saks Fifth Avenue HBC, -0.25% Neiman Marcus and at their own boutiques. Their clothing, which ranges from gowns that make a “grand gesture” with bows and beads to more understated or casual looks, […]

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Why stock-market bulls should keep an eye on the unemployment rate, in one chart

A roaring U.S. jobs market is one of the most persuasive reasons for investors to be bullish about the health of the U.S. economy, but according to one analyst, that may be about to change. Jeff deGraaf, chairman of Renaissance Macro Research, warned in a Tuesday note that the recent uptrend in the unemployment rate is potentially worrisome for stocks. […]

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Ray Kelvin: Quirky ‘closest man to Ted’ is one of the great retailers

Ray Kelvin’s departure from Ted Baker brings down the curtain on one of the most remarkable careers in British fashion retailing during the last three decades. Many successful retailers are good traders, like Sir Philip Green, who are adept at knowing the right price at which to buy and sell fabrics and garments. Others, like Peter Simon, the founder of […]

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Cannabis may be coming to a mall near you: rolling papers and CBD products go upscale

Cannabis is not just going mainstream. It’s going upscale.    The plant, whose species include hemp and marijuana, is showing up in luxe beauty products, sparking an array of glamorous accessories, and becoming the focus of Wall Street investors.  Luxury retailer Barneys New York will unveil a shop selling cannabis-related accoutrements – including blown glass pipes and 24 karat gold rolling papers – […]

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Southwest Airlines Needs to Make Peace With Its Mechanics ASAP

Over the past two weeks, long-running tensions between Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) and its maintenance workers (and their union) have come to a boil. Southwest has seen a sharp spike in out-of-service planes, magnifying the impact of severe weather on its operations. As a result, it has experienced an unusually high number of flight delays and cancellations. The airline and […]

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Chicago parks advocacy group wins round in court against Obama presidential library

CHICAGO (AP) — A judge on Tuesday gave the green light to a lawsuit filed by a parks-advocacy group that aims to stop for good the delayed construction of former President Barack Obama’s $500 million presidential center in a Chicago park beside Lake Michigan. Some supporters of the project fear the lawsuit filed by Protect Our Parks could force Obama […]

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