Barron’s: This tech play debuted with a healthy pop — here’s how to play the stock

While shares in Siemens Healthineers have danced higher so far since debuting last month, investors might not want to bet that big gains will continue for the medical-technology stock.

Workplaces are finally treating mental health days as sick days, even on Broadway

Patti Murin canceled an appearance in ‘Frozen’ this week because of a panic attack.

Will Uber and Lyft make ‘car cutting’ the new cord cutting?

A growing number of consumers are foregoing car ownership thanks to the accessibility of car- and ride-sharing services.

Are you a nervous flyer? Here’s how to find out the age of your airplane

Authorities are looking at metal fatigue as a possible cause of Tuesday’s exploding engine of a Southwest plane.

Bacardí aims to take rum to the next level with new premium brands

This Cornell sociologist says he’s found the secret to a happy marriage

Researchers have long debated theories relating to the economic dependence between spouses.

MarketWatch First Take: Pivotal IPO falls short of recent cloud hysteria

The recent hysteria for new cloud-software stocks seemed to ease a bit Friday with Pivotal Software Inc.’s initial public offering, but there are obvious questions about whether that is an issue with Pivotal or if enthusiasm is waning overall.

The Wall Street Journal: Justice Department investigating AT&T and Verizon over collusion claim

The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating whether U.S. wireless carriers and an industry trade group teamed up to make it harder for cellphone subscribers to switch providers, according to people familiar with the investigation.

The New York Post: ‘Smallville’ actress Allison Mack arrested for alleged role in sex-slave cult Nxivm

Actress said to have been a slave and slave master in cult led by Keith Raniere, who was taken into custody in Mexico last month.

The Wall Street Journal: Students across U.S. walk out to mark 19th anniversary of Colorado school shooting

Thousands of students nationwide streamed out of their high schools on Friday as part of a nationwide protest of gun violence, the second organized walkout since the February mass shooting at a school in Florida that left 17 people dead.

NewsWatch: Stock-market investors brace for months of political uncertainty as midterms approach

Political uncertainty will be an even bigger factor for investors as the November midterm elections approach, says Goldman Sachs.

As ABC’s ‘Scandal’ ends, the bitter reality for women-owned businesses continues

ETF Investing: Here’s why small-cap stocks could be vulnerable to ETF outflows

Exchange-traded funds are among the most popular ways for investors to get exposure to nearly any asset class, region, or strategy in the global market. However, rather than there being safety in numbers, this is seen as something that could become a risk factor for select types of assets.

The Wall Street Journal: Russia itself may be only buyer for Rusal’s aluminum stash

Aluminum from United Co. Rusal, the recently sanctioned Russian miner, is looking for a new home. But nobody knows where that home can be.

Nike executive departures throw growth plan into jeopardy

A string of high-level exits at Nike pose a challenge to the company’s growth goals.

Futures Movers: Oil turns lower after Trump blames OPEC for ‘artificially high’ prices

Oil gave up early gains after President Donald Trump took to Twitter to blast OPEC, saying it

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures wobble as bond yields rise; GE higher after earnings

U.S. stock futures struggle for direction on Friday, but head for a weekly win, as investors keep an eye on rising government bond yields and focused on fresh batch of earnings.

Victoria’s Secret runway show is out of step with the #MeToo movement and it’s hurting business

The lingerie brand, part of the L Brands Inc. (TICKER:LB)  portfolio, may need to reconsider its marketing efforts, particularly its televised fashion show, which saw ratings for its 2017 production plummet nearly 30%.

Therese Poletti’s Tech Tales: SEC: Tell us more about all this money; Amazon and Google: Nope

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has tried hard to force Alphabet Inc. and Inc. to disclose more information about their fast-growing businesses, but the tech giants aren’t playing along.

Intel, beware: AMD is a different company than it was just two years ago

The Wall Street Journal: CEO of Hong Kong exchange confident of luring Aramco, Xiaomi

The chief executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. is confident that the city will land some of the biggest listings in the future

Earnings Outlook: GE’s earnings may bring more questions than answers

General Electric Co. is slated to report first-quarter earnings before the bell on Friday amid financial restatements, investigations, and expectations of slimmer profits across the board.

Pivotal IPO: 5 things to know about the cloud software company

Pivotal Software Inc., a cloud-software company majority-owned by Dell Technologies Inc., is expected to begin trading Friday after being valued at nearly $4 billion in an initial public offering.

Read James Comey’s memos on Trump conversations

The Justice Department on Thursday night handed over unredacted memos from former FBI Director James Comey to Congress.

The Wall Street Journal: North Korean hackers now among the world’s most dangerous

North Korea’s cyber army, long considered a midlevel security threat, is quietly morphing into one of the world’s most sophisticated and dangerous hacking machines.

Europe Markets: European stocks fall from 7-week high as consumer-goods shares struggle

European stocks edged down Friday, as losses in the consumer goods sector contributed to pulling the broader market back from a more than seven-week high.

The New York Post: 2 Florida deputies killed in apparent ambush

Two sheriff’s deputies were killed in Florida on Thursday — gunned down in broad daylight — during a suspected ambush, according to authorities.

The Wall Street Journal: Congress expected to get access to Comey’s memos on Trump meetings

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are expected to get access to former FBI director James Comey’s memos memorializing his interactions with President Donald Trump, according to several people familiar with the matter.

The Wall Street Journal: Trump not Mueller’s target at this point, Rosenstein told president

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reportedly told President Donald Trump last week that he wasn’t at this point a target of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election meddling.

The Wall Street Journal: Qualcomm laying off 4.4% of its workforce to cut costs

Qualcomm Inc. began laying off employees, pursuing a promise to boost profit by shedding $1 billion in expenses, the company said.