YouTube’s new profiles for children have privacy experts concerned

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Personal Finance

Has Apple lost the plot with the $1,000 iPhone X?

Analysts weigh in on whether the new smartphone costs too much.

The 2007 iPhone will cost you 15 times more than the iPhone X

As Apple releases the 10th-anniversary iPhone, some people are still holding onto the original version.

Why Tim Cook was wrong to compare the iPhone X to the price of coffee

Down payments, weddings and now even the iPhone X are compared to coffee.

Sexual harassment could range from a joke or a compliment to even a look

Women talk about the more insidious, often unseen side of sexual harassment.

YouTube’s new profiles for children have privacy experts very concerned

The video streaming platform announced new ‘kid profiles.’

How late is too late to turn someone in for sexual assault?

Laws for prosecuting sexual offenders vary by state.

Under Trump’s tax plan, divorces are about to get a lot nastier

The administration’s tax plan eliminates the tax deduction on alimony.

Could Google soon dominate flight searches?

The company will shut down a flight feed used by third-party travel companies.

How the GOP tax bill will impact you if you’re middle-class – or even rich

Everything you wanted to know about the tax bill by MarketWatch’s Tax Guy.

Trump’s tax plan for children benefits wealthier families

Trump signaled a hike in tax credits for child care, the first since 2003, but it never came.

Elsewhere on MarketWatch

U.S. adds 261,000 jobs in October in hurricane-inflated gain

The U.S. economy added 261,000 jobs in October as employment rebounded from a slump in the prior month due to hurricanes Harvey and Irma

How abolishing the ‘green-card lottery’ would harm U.S. workers

Moving to a merit-based system would create more competition for jobs, hurting Americans.

The idea that daylight-saving time saves energy is a myth

Research shows that springing forward and falling back is more burden than boon.

Here are the winners and losers of the tax plan, by income bracket

By and large, Americans of all incomes will benefit from the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act that House Republicans have offered.

Factory jobs are in; retail jobs are out

Mining and manufacturing are hiring again, but retail employment has collapsed this year.

The Trump tax calculator – will you pay more or less?

House Republicans on Thursday unveiled their new tax cut legislation – and MarketWatch now has updated the calculator to match.

Blame the Internet for your stingy paychecks

Are smartphones, computers and the internet responsible for your meager pay raises each year? One investment pro thinks so.

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