NewsWatch: ‘Sell in May and go away’ is a warning to stock investors now more than ever

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Dow’s weakness since last Halloween is a bad omen for the next six months, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.

‘I think my son got a $1,200 stimulus payment he wasn’t entitled to. Will the IRS take the money back?’ Answers to your stimulus check questions

Tax Guy answers reader questions about the $1,200 payments many Americans will receive under the CARES Act. See full story.

Coronavirus pandemic shows the U.S. food supply chain is due for an upgrade, experts say

Experts and executives say the food supply chain in the U.S. has struggled to shift from foodservice to retail. See full story.

Restaurants desperately fighting to survive coronavirus seek more help from Congress

Hundreds of thousands of restaurants in the United States — from mom and pops to huge chains like McDonald’s — are in even more desperate straits than Washington realizes and need more help to survive the coronavirus pandemic and its aftermath. Here’s what an industry insider says on how Congress can step up. See full story.

Dr. Phil’s argument for reopening the economy: ‘We don’t shut down the country’ for car accidents and swimming pool deaths

Dr. Phil McGraw and Dr. Mehmet Oz have both apologized for controversial COVID-19 comments See full story.


Reward loyal customers now or risk losing them, writes Jim McKelvey. See full story.

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