• This Sept. 15, 2016, photo provided by Global X Funds shows Jay Jacobs, director of research at Global X Funds, in New York. Jacobs spoke with The Associated Press about investing in companies that benefit from spending by millennials. "What we see is that millennials behave differently from other generations," said Jacobs. "They do not spend in the same way as Gen-X or Baby Boomers, and that's when it becomes an investible theme." (Kevin McDermott/Global X Funds via AP)

    Insider Q&A: Global X Funds Research Director Jay Jacobs

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Millennials have eclipsed baby boomers as the largest living generation, and that represents an opportunity for investors who can identify companies offering the goods and services they want.

  • This image released by Polk & Co. shows, Richard Armitage, left, and Amy Ryan, in a scene from “Love, Love, Love”, currently performing off-Broadway at Roundabout at Laura Pels Theatre in New York.  (Joan Marcus/Polk & Co. via AP)

    Review: The kids are not alright in play ‘Love, Love, Love’

    NEW YORK (AP) — The social, economic and emotional legacy of post-World War II baby boomers certainly hasn’t lived up to the 1960s optimism of a youth movement that thought it would “change the world.”