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Credit Minute - Teens and Credit Cards
Gerri Detweiler of Credit.com reviews the pros and cons of giving your teen a credit card.
Moneybeat Discusses the Market
Stocks rebounded sharply from last week's sell-off and Reebok received an offer from a surprising bidder. All that and more on MoneyBeat Week.
Stocks Keep The Rally Alive
Procter & Gamble plans to make Duracell a stand-alone company, Ford's net income skids, Pepsi confirms a drink test with SodaStream and Shakira is making toys! Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Digital Music Sales Are On The Decline
Apple is looking at a sharp drop in digital music sales this year. A weak quarterly report sends Ford shares lower. And MasterCard rolls out a new app to help you use Apple Pay. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those stories and more.
The Best Way To Find The Lowest Mortgage Rates
WSJ's AnnaMaria Andriotis breaks down how to navigate the surprising dip in interest rates with WSJ's Tyrone Johnson.
P&G To Sell Duracell Unit
Patrice Sikora reports P&G is getting out of batteries, new home sales inch higher, foreclosures fall, retailers love Halloween and more.
New Home Sales Rise Modestly
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson talks with David Crowe, chief economist for the National Association of Home Builders about the September new home sales numbers.
Stocks Up Despite Ebola Concerns
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the opening of the stock market with Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management.
Comcast Upset Over HBO's Streaming Service
A Comcast executive took aim at HBO over their planned internet service; stocks rallied on Thursday; a NYC doctor tests positive for Ebola and the US wants Qatar and Kuwait to do more to stop ISIS funding. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those headlines and...
Schools Take Precautions Amid Ebola Fears
Schools are drafting first-of-a-kind policies to respond to possible Ebola symptoms. WSJ This Morning's Gordon Deal and reporter Stephanie Armour discuss.
Amazon Stumbles on High Spending
Amazon with a mixed bag of summer earnings and revenue results. Microsoft says its quarterly profit was better than expected. The Federal Reserve turns its attention again to big banks.
Credit Minute - Ways to Cut Pet Care Costs
Credit.com's Gerri Detweiler reviews ways you can reduce the cost of pet ownership without having to give up your furry friend.
Stocks Rebound From Yesterday's Losses
Caterpillar and 3M help lift stocks, jobless claims rose, airlines booked profits and Audi issues a worldwide recall. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Stocks Rally On Strong Earnings Reports
The stock market is getting a nice boost from strong corporate earnings reports. Several airlines reported strong quarterly results and are optimistic about the current quarter. And Facebook wants to bring chat rooms to your phone. The Wall Street...
Why Gas Stations Are Cleaning Up
WSJ This Morning's Gordon Deal and Nicole Friedman explain why gas stations are cleaning up even as prices plummet.
Strong Summer Earnings For Airlines
Patrice Sikora reports on strong quarterly airline results, more economic growth expected, mortgage rates fall and more.
Strong Market Performance at the Open
Chuck Self, Chief Investment Officer at iSectors, tells WSJ's Mathew Passy what is giving the markets a major boost.
Jobless Claims Rise 17,000
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson talks to The Street's Gregg Greenberg about the latest jobless claims numbers.
Fatal Shooting in Canadian Capital
A Canadian soldier was killed by a gunman in Ottawa; Ebola screening to start next week; markets closed lower on Wednesday and free shipping gets more expensive. WSJ's Mathew Passy on today's top headlines.
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