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Unlike 'Wonder Woman' director Patty Jenkins, women don't do this at work — and it costs them $1 million

Women in 2017 don't have to be Wonder Woman to be paid fairly.

Why you should take bizarre job interview questions very seriously

'If you were a Muppet, which character would you be?'

Is MealPal worth it? What I learned after 30 days chasing my subscription lunch

'The subscription meal service left me sprinting around Manhattan in search of good food.'

Most women don't do this at work — and it costs them $1 million

Women in 2017 don't have to be Wonder Woman to be paid fairly.

Wal-Mart and Amazon go head-to-head as e-commerce competition heats up

Wal-Mart, which reported a 60% increase in e-commerce sales, says it will continue to invest in the channel, setting up a bigger online battle with Amazon.

Jeff Reeves's Strength in Numbers: These 5 underloved stocks are hidden gems

Earnings season offers plenty of unsung surprises, writes Jeff Reeves.

Jeff Reeves's Strength in Numbers: These 5 underloved stocks deserve your attention

Look past what's popular and focus on these hidden gems.

The Margin: Barack Obama's tweet just became the most 'liked' and the 4th most retweeted in Twitter's history

Former President Barack Obama has made history again, it appears. This time his mark has been made in the Twitter universe, on the back of a message and photo that he posted Sunday in response to the weekend's violent and racially charged protests in Charlottesville, Va.

NetApp beats on earnings, has high hopes for new hyperconvergence offering

Storage appliance maker NetApp Inc. added to its string of stronger than expected earnings, as it announced its fifth beat in a row, and issued projections for its second quarter.

The Number One: This is the 'smiliest' company in America

Disneyland is, indeed, the Happiest Place on Earth,' at least if the grins plastered across its workforce are any indication.

The Margin: This Barack Obama tweet just became the most 'liked' in Twitter's history

Former President Barack Obama has made history again, it appears. This time his mark has been made in the Twitter universe, on the back of a message and photo that he posted Sunday in response to the weekend's violent and racially charged protests in Charlottesville, Va.

The Wall Street Journal: Apple is ready to invest $1 billion in its quest for Hollywood programming

Apple has set a budget of roughly $1 billion to procure and produce original content over the next year, according to people familiar with the matter—a sign of how serious the iPhone maker is about making a splash in Hollywood.

Trump Today: Trump Today: President blames Amazon for 'great damage' to retailers

President Donald Trump on Wednesday blamed online retailer Amazon for great damage' to U.S. retailers, said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was wise' to pull back on his plan to launch missiles at Guam and congratulated the top two finishers in Alabama's Republican Senate primary.

As anti-tourism marches spread across Europe, how not to be an 'ugly American' on vacation

Some friendly advice for travelers.

More Americans donate to civil rights causes following Charlottesville violence

The NAACP reported that 'thousands of people' reached out offering to help.

Market Extra: Bitcoin rises, so people Google 'bitcoin,' so then bitcoin rises, so then people Google...

If you've heard about the massive gains being enjoyed by bitcoin recently, then googled the digital currency to see what all the fuss is about, some of the cryptocurrency's investors may want to thank you.

Deep Dive: Fear North Korea or Trump or an expensive stock market? This fund plays defense

The Permanent Portfolio might serve as a good hedge for a portion of your investments.

The Wall Street Journal: Bill Gates donates nearly $4.7 billion in stock to his foundation

Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates handed over 64 million shares of the software giant to his foundation in June, a $4.68 billion donation based on current share prices that would rank as his most valuable to the organization in more than a decade.

Former Netflix executive wants to shake up moviegoing with $10 MoviePass service

Movie theater subscription service MoviePass is tearing a page right out of Netflix's book in hopes of providing the Hollywood box office with an injection of innovation to drive audiences to cinemas and multiplexes.

Merck CEO quits presidential council after Charlottesville violence 'as a matter of personal conscience,' and Trump attacks him

Merck's Frazier is one of the only black CEOs of a major U.S. company and the only black member of the president's manufacturing jobs initiative.

Amazon to issue up to $16 billion in debt to fund Whole Foods acquisition

Moody's assigned the deal an investment-grade rating and revised its outlook to positive from stable, as the strength of the company's cloud business weighed against a lack of transparency on strategy.

MarketWatch First Take: New Pandora Media CEO good match for struggling music service

Pandora Media Inc.'s new chief executive, Roger Lynch, the CEO of SlingTV, a subscription streaming television company, seems a good fit for the struggling digital radio pioneer and investors hoping for a new strategy breathed a sigh of relief.

The Wall Street Journal: LinkedIn ordered to allow startup to scrape its public user data

A federal judge on Monday ordered LinkedIn Corp. to allow a startup company to scrape data publicly posted by LinkedIn users.

The Wall Street Journal: Amazon gives refunds for some potentially counterfeit eclipse glasses

Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. started issuing refunds to consumers who bought certain brands of eclipse glasses after reports that counterfeits were flooding the market.

How Shonda Rhimes signaled she would move away from network TV

Shonda Rhimes's exit from ABC was a long time coming.

Trump's failure to enact policy is having a 'chilling effect' on earnings

The double-digit growth in S&P 500 earnings is masking underlying weakness in consumer spending as subdued wage growth and unfilled policy promises have hampered business investment.

Economic Preview: Retail sales expected to show some relief in July from a devastating run

Retail sales probably rose for the first time in three months, according to data set to be released this week, but that's not expected to be much relief for a sector taking a battering.

The Wall Street Journal: Netfix poaches producer Shonda Rhimes from ABC in a volley lobbed at Hollywood

The signing of Shonda Rhimes, who produced such hits as Scandal,' is part of Netflix's effort to create and own more of its content and become less reliant on Hollywood studios and production companies to supply programming.

How Trump uncertainty is casting a shadow on earnings season

The double-digit growth in S&P 500 earnings is masking underlying weakness in consumer spending as subdued wage growth and unfilled policy promises have hampered business investment.

Market Snapshot: S&P 500 poised for worst week since November as global tensions persist

U.S. stock-index futures look set to attempt to halt its downdraft on Friday, indicating modest stabilization following three straight days of losses, fueled by ongoing geopolitical uncertainty. However, the series of declines has put benchmarks on track for their worst weekly performance in months.

The Margin: HBO offers 'Game of Thrones' hackers $250,000 in bitcoin if it buys the network more time

Time Warner Inc.'s premier cable network HBO is willing to concede to the hacker Mr. Smith's' demands — sort of.

What the Google 'anti-diversity' memo got right

There was some truth to the former employee's controversial screed.

The Ratings Game: Snap earnings leave analysts cautiously optimistic even as ad revenues vanish

The newly public technology company has struggled to monetize its business amid tough competition, but Wall Street thinks there may be value in holding the shares.

London Markets: FTSE 100 heads for 1-month low as Trump 'ups the ante' in North Korea standoff

U.K. stocks head sharply lower again on Friday, with the escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea frightening investors and sparking a selloff globally.

The Wall Street Journal: Chinese probe targets Weibo, WeChat, Baidu site over threat to public security

China's internet regulator is investigating whether some of the country's biggest social-media platforms violated the nation's new cybersecurity law by hosting content including violent terrorism, fake rumors and pornography.'