Hi MarketWatchers! Here are the top stories for Tuesday:
What would you do with Harvey Weinstein’s ‘tainted’ charitable donations?
When a donation comes from a sullied source, you may not always have to give it back.
Does rent control impact crime rates? These economists have the answer…
A new report adds to the growing literature concerning the effects of rent control.
This is what happens when women can’t afford birth control
A new study found a slew of consequences beyond just an increase in the fertility rate.
What happened when I tried to break up with Seamless
The food-ordering app doesn’t make it easy when you want to quit.
With climate change and property development, preventing wildfires has become a multi-billion dollar problem
Wine country was the most recent victim of California wildfires, but the state is still cleaning up from previous fires.
What employees at Miramax, Equifax and Wells Fargo have in common
This is how to respond to hiring managers and friends when your company’s in the news.
Why I’m celebrating my zero net worth
Monitoring your financial net worth regularly is one of the best moves you can make.
The damaging, incalculable price of sexual harassment
Harvey Weinstein faces new accusations of sexual assault and harassment.
As Harvey Weinstein faces new accusations of sexual assault, why such cases haven’t fallen since the 1990s
Allegations of misconduct have not improved substantially since Anita Hill’s testimony 25 years ago.
The big security hole in the cloud
Companies who rent out cloud-computing services may be leaving their corporate data exposed for all the world to see.
Elsewhere on MarketWatch
Nobel Prize winner Richard Thaler says this could be ‘the riskiest moment of our lives’
But when it comes to the current state of the stock market, he’s just as confused as anybody else.
California wildfires threaten thousands of homes worth tens of billions, CoreLogic says
Thousands of homes stand in the way of the wildfires in California and could cost in the tens of billions to fully reconstruct, according to an analysis out Tuesday.
Here are the actual tax rates the biggest companies in America pay
Companies with high tax rates may get a boost if President Trump’s plan goes through.
Here’s how much Social Security checks could increase in 2018
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma caused a lot of hardship, but there’s a silver lining for seniors: The storms could end up giving retirees a few extra dollars in their Social Security checks next year.
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