For the week ending Saturday, July 14, 2018

MONEY MATTERS-ORGANICS

Is the "organic" seal worth the extra price? Experts recommend organic foods, but understanding the industry's debate over labeling may help give shoppers more confidence in their buying decisions.

THE WEEK IN REVIEW

US inflation reaches highest level in 6 years; Tesla will build first factory outside the U.S. in China; Papa John's pizza founder resigns after using slur

QUICK FIX

Understanding the perks and costs of expedited airport screening programs.

WIRELESS & CASHLESS

Smart jewelry, like the Safer Pro wristwatch, is being pitched as a wearable panic button by the tech industry as it tries to address mounting reports of sexual harassment and assault.

SMALL BUSINESS MONITOR

Tax considerations for small business owners tempted by healthy earnings to spend many thousands of dollars on a luxury car.

CENTERPIECE

Trade fears unsettle Germany

Few economies are more exposed to the threat of a global trade war than Germany. So will Trump tank Germany's upswing?

MARKET PULSE

Ownership turnover at AC Milan, Carolina Panthers; Twitter axes 70 million suspicious accounts; Google promotes two startups from is experimental incubator

OF MUTUAL INTEREST-BEST OF TIMES FOR INVESTORS

Never has it been so cheap to put money into the market, and it's about to get even cheaper following Vanguard's move to drop online commissions for most exchange-traded funds.

INSIDER Q&A-SPIRIT AIRLINES-NEXT CEO

Spirit Airlines' incoming CEO Ted Christie talks to The Associated Press about the Florida-based budget carrier's improved on-time performance and its plans to keep growing.

$1,000 DERBY

If you invested $1,000 at the start of this year in various types of stocks, bonds and commodities, how much would you have now?

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