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    Three Tech Tips for Booking a Covid-19 Vaccine Appointment | WSJ

    Alerts and web-browser tools can help you book a Covid-19 vaccine appointment. WSJ’s Joanna Stern met up with Kris Slevens, an IT guy who has booked over 300 appointments for New Jersey seniors, to learn the best tricks to compete in the vaccine-booking Hunger Games. Photo illustration: Emil Lendof for The Wall Street Journal More from the Wall Street Journal:…

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    Israel Plans to Vaccinate Everyone by March. Here’s How. | WSJ

    Israel says it’s on track to vaccinate everyone over 16 by the end of March. To understand how the small country has vaccinated more of its population than any other so quickly, WSJ visited clinics that are giving shots to young and middle-aged citizens. Photo: Tamir Elterman for The Wall Street Journal More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com:…

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    GameStop Trading Craze: The Week Underdog Stocks Took On Wall Street | WSJ

    In just five days, GameStop’s shares soared up to 500%. WSJ analyzed how Reddit posts, YouTube videos and tweets by personalities including Elon Musk spread online and fueled a trading craze that turned Wall Street upside down. Photo illustration: George Downs/WSJ More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ Video Center: On Facebook: On Twitter: On Snapchat:…

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    How Revlon Lost Its Luster | WSJ

    The Cosmetics Giant Faces Stiff Competition and Shrinking Shelf Space In its heyday, Revlon was the second largest cosmetics company by sales, behind only Avon. Over three decades later, the crown jewel of Ron Perelman’s corporate empire has become a liability. WSJ looks at why the company’s future is now in question. Photo illustration: Jacob Reynolds/WSJ Rise and Fall With…

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    Meet the Investors Taking Tips From Social Media | WSJ

    The GameStop frenzy put the spotlight on a growing group of investors who seek and share trading information on social media platforms like YouTube and TikTok. Three investors explain how these online communities are helping them chase the market. Photo illustration: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ Video Center: On…

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    How Disney+ Became a Streaming Service Heavyweight | WSJ

    The launch of Disney+ has brought a bit of magic to a company whose stock had taken a nosedive after the coronavirus shut down theme parks and movie theaters. WSJ explains how Disney’s streaming platform has become a top competitor in an already crowded field. Photo illustration: Jacob Reynolds/WSJ More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ…

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