Hush agreements and a credit card that will give rewards in bitcoin

03/08/18 04:42 PM EST

By Maria LaMagna

Happy Thursday, MarketWatchers! Here are your top stories in personal finance.

Personal Finance

Read this before signing a 'hush agreement'

Signing a nondisclosure agreement ( -- and breaking it -- can have serious financial consequences.

This credit card will offer rewards in bitcoin -- and has 2,000 people on the waiting list

This company has ambitions to start a credit card that gives crypto instead of points (

How Celebrity Cruises' first female CEO is transforming her company and its workforce

Lisa Lutoff-Perlo is the first woman to run a publicly-traded cruise line (

Fake news is 70% more likely to be shared on Twitter than true stories, "stunned" MIT researchers find

And experts say not enough is being done to fix it (

Google is celebrating International Women's Day with a new feminist feature

Want to shop at a local women-led business ( There's now a way to do that.

You can teach kids a lot by giving them an allowance--if you do it right

When it comes to helping your child learn the value of money, an allowance gets a thumbs-up from financial experts (

Nearly 100,000 members of Generation Z own a home (they're 23 and younger)

Their average mortgage balance is $140,000 (

These 14 changes to corporate culture will create more women leaders

International Women's Day: Accenture report says companies need to change (

How can I treat my daughters equally when one college education cost far more?

A mother wonders whether she should not give her second daughter $45,000 ( after she graduates.

Elsewhere on MarketWatch

Trump Today: Citing William McKinley and Elon Musk, president rolls out steel tariffs

President Donald Trump on Thursday unveiled steel and aluminum tariffs ( as he said departing economic adviser Gary Cohn could return to the administration and met with video-game makers about gun violence.

Trump tariffs may lead to re-run of 1980s-era 'voluntary' trade deals

President Donald Trump's steel tariffs harken back ( the U.S. trade policy of the 1980s when countries agreed to 'voluntary' limits on the exports, experts said.

Here are the details on Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum

President Donald Trump is moving ahead with tariffs ( on steel and aluminum, bucking many members of his own party as he seeks to reinvigorate U.S. industry and protect national security. Here are the details of what Trump is ordering.

Mortgage rates clock a ninth straight weekly gain

Rates for home loans rose again (, touching the highest since January 2014 amid a bond sell-off and increasing concerns about how the housing market will fare in the face of lopsided supply.

Here are the states most impacted by steel tariffs

Here's a state-by-state rundown on jobs ( that could be at risk if Donald Trump follows through on across-the-board tariffs on steel and aluminum.

Meet Peter Navarro, the man who pushed Gary Cohn out of the White House

Peter Navarro, a former University of California, Irvine ( professor who made his name as a tough trade critic, seems to be gaining influence at the White House over his more globalist colleagues.

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