Fast Five

SWC’s Fast Five

Remote workers are eyeing private clubs as a new office option. Boredom can have its perks. Start using these three quick tweaks while viewing Netflix. Amazon looks to expand its medical footprint. And stocks, finally see a slight upturn.

So, here’s this week’s Fast Five:

1 Are private clubs replacing offices?

Remote workers who miss socializing in the office are getting their people fix at member-only clubs. These clubs provide an alternative social hub and workspace as workers spend less time in an office.

2 Why we should embrace boredom

In our increasingly noisy, distracting world, we’re seldom bored. But just doing nothing has its perks. Take some time to embrace being bored and see where it leads.

3 Three quick tweaks to make Netflix better

If you spend a great deal of time watching Netflix, you owe it to yourself to get things set up just how you like them. Here are three great places to start.

4 Amazon to buy primary care provider One Medical

The deal comes as Amazon and other Big Tech companies face scrutiny from lawmakers over their market power. Critics are calling on U.S. regulators to block the purchase arguing it endangers privacy.

5 Stocks are having a good month

Stocks are finally on track for gains in July. Ten of the 11 industry sectors of the S&P 500 are flashing green, led by consumerdiscretionary, information technology, and communication technology shares.