Marketwatch The New York Post: World Series-bound at last, Cubs fans party like it’s 1945 2016-10-23T22:04:02.000000Z The thin aisles filled at Wrigley Field 90 minutes before Kyle Hendricks’ first pitch, and so did a brew of tension, hope, anticipation and energy. The Wall Street Journal: AT&T plays defense with Time Warner acquisition 2016-10-23T21:51:22.000000Z AT&T Inc. and Time Warner Inc. are suiting up for the Great Media Game. Their strategy to win is more about defense than offense. The Wall Street Journal: Friday’s internet attack method evolved from disgruntled gamers 2016-10-23T21:37:53.000000Z The computerized attack that left more than 1,200 websites unreachable on Friday stemmed from efforts, years earlier, by players of online games to frustrate and slow their opponents, security experts say. What happens to my husband’s credit score if his kids default or die? 2016-10-23T21:13:07.000000Z A second wife dislikes her husband co-signing on his kids’ student loans. NewsWatch: AT&T reaches deal to buy Time Warner for $80 billion–plus: Wall Street Journal 2016-10-23T21:00:17.000000Z AT&T Inc.(TICKER:T)has reached an agreement to buy Time Warner Inc.(TICKER:TWX)for between $105 and $110 a share, with a deal likely to be announced as soon as Saturday evening, according to people familiar with the plans. The Wall Street Journal: Belgium faces Monday ultimatum on EU-Canada trade pact 2016-10-23T20:48:20.000000Z The European Union is giving Belgium until Monday evening to decide whether it will agree to sign a trade deal with Canada after a Belgian region has persistently refused to support the accord, Belgian and EU officials said. The Wall Street Journal: Rockwell Collins in $6.4 billion deal to buy B/E Aerospace 2016-10-23T20:38:24.000000Z Rockwell Collins Inc. agreed to pay $6.4 billion to buy B/E Aerospace Inc. in a deal that would unite two of the biggest suppliers to airlines and plane makers. Deep Dive: Six solid dividend stocks unfairly punished by investors 2016-10-23T19:33:49.000000Z Instead of chasing performance, investors might want to consider these jilted darlings, says Phil van Doorn. Deep Dive: Wall Street’s 15 favorite energy stocks as oil prices rebound 2016-10-23T19:31:19.000000Z There are signs of better times ahead for U.S. energy producers, says Phil van Doorn. Deep Dive: Index funds can be inferior to active funds in two crucial ways 2016-10-23T19:27:37.000000Z The careful selection of dividend stocks can pave the way to a growing income stream, says Phil van Doorn.