Here are must-read articles from MarketWatch to help you save for, and live, in retirement. Also included are stories on investing and consumer finance. 1. Retirement ideas — lowering senior-housing costs MarketWatch’s Best New Ideas in Retirement series continues. New technology and innovation can be used for senior housing thatRead More →

Here are must-read articles from MarketWatch to help you save for, and live, in retirement, as well as investing and consumer finance topics. 1. Steps to take as you plan for, and begin, your retirement Kicking off MarketWatch’s Best New Ideas in Retirement series, Jonathan Burton provides a detailed planRead More →

Given the run for many stocks in 2019, it’s no wonder that “risk-on” names in technology are getting plenty of consideration. But as Netflix approaches a make-it-or-break it earnings report next week, the streaming video giant is at the center of attention. Investors are on the edge of their movieRead More →

Many mental-health apps may overstate their effectiveness. Research published this week in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Digital Medicine examined 73 top-ranking mental health apps found by searching the iTunes AAPL, +0.23%  and Google Play GOOG, +0.14%  stores for apps related to anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, self-harm and substance use. “You’re kindRead More →

Robots are jerks. That’s according to the demoralized humans who played against the machines for money in a recent Cornell University-led experiment shedding light on what can happen to worker’s drive in an increasingly automated workplace. When humans unsuccessfully vied against a robot arm for cash prizes, participants ended upRead More →

Love & Money is a MarketWatch series looking at how our relationship with money impacts our relationships with significant others, friends and family. Limiting your children’s Instagram FB, +2.32%  time could help keep them healthier. Social-media “influencers” can drive kids to consume unhealthy foods, according to a new study inRead More →

Love & Money is a MarketWatch series looking at how our relationship with money impacts our relationships with significant others, friends and family. Over the past nine years, New York City-based massage therapist Lorraine has binged on a number of shows on Netflix NFLX, +3.48% from the platform’s original seriesRead More →