- BusinessUSA TODAY
The CARES Act has loosened up the rules for tapping retirement savings like 401(k)s or IRAs. Here's what's changed and what you need to consider.
Investors say there's no one chart that will signal when the stock-market bottom is in. In a Friday blog post, the founder of Kimble Charting Solutions pointed to the chart above for the Thomson Reuters Equally Weighted Commodities Index, which he said “will go miles and miles towards telling us if we are headed towards very tough times or if the huge declines of late are actually in a bottoming process.” The index tracks a basket of 17 commodities, including cocoa, coffee, copper, corn, soybeans, cotton, crude oil, gold, heating oil, lean hogs, live cattle, natural gas, platinum, silver, soybean oil, sugar and wheat.
- BusinessNBC News
Thousands of applicants, zero loans: Trump's small businesses lending program is a failure to launch
One day after the launch of a $350B loan program designed to rescue millions of small businesses, technical glitches continue to cripple the process.
- CelebrityScary Mommy
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have also donated significant portions of money to coronavirus relief efforts During an appearance on the at-home edition of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert this week, Ryan Reynolds hilariously opened up about what life is like at home with Blake Lively and their three daughters while we’re all quarantining. Reynolds 
- LifestyleMartha Stewart Living
For Kitty's needs and your sense of home style, these beautifully designed structures are every bit as attractive as they are functional.
Rebecca Ramsey, whose dozens of visual effects credits include Watchmen, The Hunger Games and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, has died. She was 53. Ramsey passed on March 7 from complications related to a fall in her home, according to her longtime friend, Jenny McShane. Ramsey was a producer and EP of VFX, VR/AR/MR, 3D stereo, […]
- StyleHarper's Bazaar
But can you spot her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard? 👀