We are inundated with news every hour of every day. Sorting through the pandemic and political info to find the latest business and technology information has become tiring. Here we offer 5-minute reads from four free emails to help you stay on top of the current news and events.

Morning Brew

Morning Brew is a rich resource for everything from general and business news to trends, technology, marketing and retail. It’s free, subscribe now.


1440 is the fastest way to an impartial point-of-view. They scour more than 100+ sources in culture, science, sports, politics, business, and everything in between distilling it to a 5-minute read each morning, 100% free. Sign up now!

Wall Street Journal

Few will challenge you if you quote from the Wall Street Journal, so subscribe to a few of their email newsletters (start with “What’s News”). Note that many of the stories require a subscription to the Journal to see the full article.

You should consider subscribing, it’s worth the cost. Students get a great discount, a Digital only subscription for $4 a week, or $10 a week if you want digital and print.

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Dallas Morning News

If Dallas is home, don’t forget to get you local news fix with the hometown newspaper. Perfect for local information about everything from the coronavirus spread to what restaurants, bars, retail and other services are open and how they are handling business.

Subscribe to the DMN daily email newsletters.

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