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  1. Apple Inc.’s celebrity-laden product launch Monday unveiled new services for reading news, playing videogames, watching TV shows and a new credit card to pay for all of it, but left too many questions for excitement from consumers or investors.
  2. McDonald’s Corp. is buying Israeli digital startup Dynamic Yield Ltd., in a bid to improve in-store ordering and online marketing at the burger giant.
  3. Monday’s top personal finance stories
  4. WeWork Cos. on Monday said its loss last year doubled to nearly $2 billion, as the nine-year-old company spent heavily in an effort to rapidly expand its network of shared offices around the world.
  5. A Republican senator on Monday took to the Senate floor to discuss what’s bothering him.
  6. Canada’s foreign minister indicated Monday the government might delay ratification of the revised North American free-trade deal until the Trump administration lifts its tariffs against Canadian steel and aluminum.
  7. The stock market is at an inflection point, so watch certain indicators and companies.
  8. Research finds parents engage less with the toddlers when reading e-books versus print books.
  9. President Donald Trump on Monday signed a proclamation recognizing Israel’s hold over the disputed Golan Heights as he praised the special counsel after being cleared of collusion.
  10. But Diana Ross defends Jackson by tweeting, “Stop in the name of love.”