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Snapchat is close to debuting a disappearing video and advertisement service. Women's Wear Daily gets a new owner. And Google celebrates its tenth year as a public company. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those stories and more.
Credit Minute - The Habits of Rich People
The habits of rich people and if they can help you. More with Credit.com's Gerri Detweiler.
Another Great Day In The Books For Wall Street
Apple shares hit $100, Ex-Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer decides to exit the company's board and the NFL tells potential half-time Super Bowl acts, "Pay-to-Play." Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Home Depot Helps Push Stocks Higher
Home Depot's share price rises with its profits; Sales at retail chain stores fell last week; Wells Fargo dominates the mortgage lending sector; Mike Weinstein has those stories and more.
Let's Talk Arts Discusses Tentative Met Union Deal
Let's Talk Arts returns to the Met Opera's union talks with reporter Jennifer Maloney.
More Signs Of A Housing Recovery
Patrice Sikora reports on a pick up in housing construction, little inflation to worry about, credit cards will soon have computer chips and more.
Stocks Continue Their Climb
Brad McMillan with Commonwealth Financial Network and the Wall Street Journal's Clare McKeen talk about the stock market.
July Housing Starts Climb; Consumer Prices Tame
Housing Starts climbed 15.7% in July, while consumer prices rose only 0.1%. Economist Mike Englund offers his analysis.
The Latest Headlines
WSJ's Bill Fantini reports the top stories from today's Wall Street Journal.
It's No Longer All In The 'Framily' At Sprint
Sprint dumps the 'Framily' plan in favor of some new pricing. The NAB sues the FCC over an upcoming spectrum auction. And gas prices continue to drop. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those stories and more.
Credit Minute - When Disputes Can Hurt You
Credit.com's Gerri Detweiler says there's actually a time when you don't want to dispute a mistake on your credit report.
Stocks Launch Into Positive Territory
Dollar General presents an offer for rival Family Dollar, Target will keep its doors open later through the holidays, Facebook tests a new satire tag. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Saving on Phones, Not for Retirement
Sprint and Sharp are working on a lower cost phone option, and we're slacking on retirement savings. Marcy Norton has these stories and more.
The Retirement Review -- Delaying Social Security
A look at why it may make sense to delay Social Security benefits until age 70.
The Battle Of The Dollar Store Chains
Patrice Sikora reports on the latest offer for Family Dollar, homebuilders' confidence rises, longer hours at Target and more.
Stocks Open Higher
Peter Cardillo of Rockwell Global Management joins WSJ's Mike Weinstein to discuss the opening of the stock market.
More Violence In Ferguson, Missouri
Unrest continues in a St. Louis suburb; A train accident kills two in Arkansas; Corn and natural gas prices drop; Mike Weinstein has those stories and more.
Preview of the Week Ahead
WSJ's Mathew Passy runs through the economic reports and major events in focus for Wall Street this week.
Credit Minute - Having Accounts in Collection
One in three Americans have accounts in collection. Gerri Detweiler of Credit.com reminds you how to make sure you are not one of them.
Stocks Finish Mixed on Global Concerns
The market ended the week in mixed fashion; Deere and Company announces layoffs; Olive Oil prices may spike soon; Mike Weinstein has those stories and more.
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