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Ah, spring. Blooming flowers, flowering trees — and a more vigorously growing U.S. economy. That’s been a recurring pattern since the U.S. emerged from the cauldron of the 2007-2009 Great Recession. And it looks like it might happen again. See full story.

Disney launches $6.99 streaming service, but will Netflix fans go for it?

The Mickey Mouse media megalith makes a big splash with a little price. See full story.

Greenlane IPO: 5 things to know about the closest thing to a U.S. cannabis company to go public on Nasdaq

Greenlane Holdings Inc. plans to raise roughly $98 million through an initial public offering on the Nasdaq, which would arguably make it the closest thing to a U.S. cannabis company available for trade on a major U.S. exchange. See full story.

Lawmaker demands IRS hand over Trump tax returns by April 23

Democratic chairman of House Ways and Means Committee says law unambiguously requires handover of returns after administration missed April 10 deadline. See full story.

Don’t look now, but bitcoin is showing signs of life

In a revival of sorts, digital assets are back on the rise. By late 2018, even the staunchest bitcoin aficionado wondered if the end was ever insight to a brutal bear market that wiped more than $500 billion off the total value of all cryptocurrencies. See full story.

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