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Features by Tony Wagner

Lego's tiny bricks are bringing in huge profits

A decade ago they were close to bankrupt. Now, everything is awesome.
Posted In: lego, toys, Earnings
Workers on scaffolding at a building construction site in Yangon, Myanmar.

Taking stock of minimum wage around the world

Amid Myanmar's minimum-wage announcement, a brief look at different countries' minimum wages.
Posted In: minimum wage, salary
Director Wes Craven arrives at the premiere of "Scream 4" back in 2011 in Hollywood, California.

Wes Craven's legacy: Hollywood loves horror

As the director demonstrated, it doesn't take a big budget to make a huge hit.
Posted In: movies, horror movies, movie studios, hollywood, wes craven

Jack Lew is a fan of both Hamilton and "Hamilton."

Here are the numbers we're reading and watching Friday.

When markets go nuts, financial advisers get emailing

The overall message is resounding: keep calm, don't sell.
Posted In: Investing, stock market, financial advice

50 years of Medicare, by the numbers

The sweeping health care laws cover a third of Americans.
Posted In: health care, medicaid, Medicare

After almost 40 years, Luke quits "General Hospital"

It's not often you can watch someone do their job every day for 37 years.
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Everyone's getting the music streaming business wrong

It's so much more complicated than Taylor Swift vs. Apple, a new report says.
Posted In: music streaming, spotify, Taylor Swift, apple

How millennials live, in four charts

Where do snake people hole up? Often with their parents.
Posted In: millennials, Housing

For Amazon, e-retail is just the tip of the iceberg

The online store celebrated 'Prime Day,' but in 20 years, it's become much more.
Posted In: Amazon

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