Today's Curated NoPo Headlines - January 13, 2020

Consumer/Personal Finance

Boeing’s new CEO officially takes over today — can he regain public’s trust?; 1917 soars to $36.5 million opening after Golden Globe win; Bullitt Mustang sets auction record w/$3.7 million sale; Casper – dream come true or another nightmare on Wall Street?; Shortage of homes for sale getting worse (even in luxury); Dividend stocks looking good (more than $500 billion in payouts this year); Japanese billionaire seeking ‘life partner’ for Moon voyage?; A wealthier Elon Musk; A poorer Carlos Ghosn.


#CancelBreakfast? Mark Wahlberg and Dr. Oz not seeing eye-to-eye on ‘most important meal of day’; Equinox closing in on new funding to challenge Peloton in at-home fitness; Target looking to compete w/Lululemon, Nike, Adidas w/new activewear brand; Loud fitness classes taking toll on instructors’ voices; How one woman’s New Year’s fitness resolution landed her in hospital; What the average American spends annually on health and fitness; Body transformation: from ‘dad bod to rad bod’ — in just seven weeks.

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