Marketwatch : Internet (20)

The Wall Street Journal: Amazon's changes leave Whole Foods on fast track to mimic conventional grocery stores

Whole Foods will change the way companies can sell and market their products in stores beginning next year, one of the biggest moves yet in its continuing push to operate more like a traditional market.

The most sought-after job in America pays $110,000 — but you will need this skill

The best part about learning this skill? It's free.

Toys 'R' Us bankruptcy could push retail loan default rate past 10% by year-end: Fitch

Toys 'R' Us' bankruptcy filing has driven up the loan default rate, and it can go higher by year end.

The Wall Street Journal: SEC admits its Edgar system was hacked, exposing insider information

The top U.S. markets regulator disclosed on Wednesday that hackers penetrated its electronic system for storing public-company filings and may have traded illegally on the information.

The Margin: NFL tickets for the price of a beer — but you have to watch the 49ers, Rams

Attend an NFL game for the price of a beer? Seems like a pretty good deal. Though maybe not to the San Francisco 49ers' ownership.

The Wall Street Journal: Streaming subscriptions continue to power music industry's recovery

Revenue from recorded music accelerated in the first half of 2017 in the U.S. as more consumers shelled out for subscription streaming services.

Here's a reason why China would want to shut down bitcoin

The cryptocurrency's surge conflicts with Beijing's focus on a strong and stable yuan, writes Ivan Martchev.

This flaw in the human mind explains why the world is full of overconfident, bumbling know-it-alls

The gap between what we think we know and what we truly know leads us to bungle decisions at work, at home, in the ballot box, and in our brokerage accounts.

The Wall Street Journal: Slack raises $250 million funding round led by SoftBank

Slack Technologies Inc. said Monday it closed a $250 million funding round led by SoftBank Group's Vision Fund

'Outlander' season 3, episode 2: How Claire and Jamie use casual sex to move forward

Still separated by 200 years, the Frasers each attempt intimacy -- with different partners and varying results.

The Wall Street Journal: Snapchat blocks Al Jazeera channel from users in Saudi Arabia

Snap Inc. on Sunday said it has followed a request from the Saudi Arabian government to block access to Al Jazeera news articles and videos on its Snapchat social-media app to residents in the country.

The Margin: Trump retweets doctored GIF of him hitting Hillary Clinton with golf ball

President Donald Trump retweeted a doctored video Sunday showing him knocking down Hillary Clinton with a golf ball, prompting another round of head-shaking and outrage from critics.

Why you should avoid making the same mistake as Dov Charney

What to know before you date your co-worker.

Top Ten: Weekend roundup: Apple's big splash | the Equifax debacle | Bitcoin's hurdles

Here are MarketWatch articles to read this weekend.

The Wall Street Journal: Angry Birds-maker Rovio sets pricing for $1 billion IPO

Rovio Entertainment Oy, the company behind the Angry Birds mobile gaming franchise, confirmed Friday the pricing for its initial public offering, which will value the company at about $1 billion.

More TV viewers are cutting the cable cord, but the savings aren't what they were

This year alone, more than 22 million TV viewers age 18 and older are expected to ditch their traditional cable TV bundles, according to eMarketer.

Star-studded #HandinHand hurricane telethon pulls in $44 million so far

Movie stars, hip-hop notables, country crooners and talk-show royalty filled the stage Tuesday night for Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief,' which raised a quick $14 million in its single hour of live broadcast on the major television networks.

Capitol Report: Republican senators make last-ditch Obamacare repeal bid | McConnell says no debt ceiling vote in December

Republican senators make last-ditch Obamacare repeal bid; McConnell says no debt ceiling vote in December; how the tech industry is being turned against; and more.

Whole Foods can kick its overpriced reputation with Amazon's help

Experts say that Whole Foods may finally see its 'Whole Paycheck' reputation disappear with help from Amazon's business model

Delayed iPhone X launch pressures Apple stock

The much anticipated 10th-anniversary edition of the iPhone has made its debut, but one of the few cliffhangers in its premiere didn't help Apple stock.