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Credit Minute - Putting Your Company at Risk12/27/14
Are you putting your company's data at risk? Adam Levin of Credit.com has a list of behaviors that might be putting your business in danger.
Record Closing Highs For The Dow And S&P 500
IBM could be the worst performer in the Dow, Amazon had a good holiday season, UPS expects 800,000 packages in returns and Tesla is set to unveil a new vehicle in 2015. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Getting Hired - Social Media's Role In Hiring
Matt Brosseau, CTO and director of recruiting at Instant Alliance, and WSJ's Mathew Passy talks about how social media has become a key factor in the hiring practice.
May Be A Merry Christmas For Retailers
Jennifer Kushinka reports holiday may be very merry, Amazon adds 10-million Prime members, UPS expects to deliver lots of returns and more.
Markets Rise on Low Volume
Joe Saluzzi, co-head of equity trading at Themis Trading, tells WSJ's Mathew Passy what is helping markets at the open.
Officials Worried About Copycat Hacks
Administration officials are worried about copycats after the Sony hack; NSA released a report detailing violations of individual Americans' privacy; China relaxing bank rules in a bid to spur growth and Takata's President is stepping down. WSJ's...
CIA Interrogations' Success Isn't Easily Gauged
Dion Nissenbaum and WSJ This Morning's Bruce Johnson discuss why the argument over whether interrogation tactics work is difficult to settle.
Credit Minute - Why Bankruptcy Keeps Dragging On
Adam Levin of Credit.com explains why a bankruptcy can keep dragging on.
Stocks Barely Budge
Little movement for stocks on the holiday shortened session; Sony's 'The Interview' is available for online consumption and Walmart tests gift card exchange program. WSJ's Mathew Passy reports.
Amid Tensions, Police Put Focus on Community Ties
Matthew Dolan tells WSJ This Morning's Bruce Johnson about how some police departments are rededicating themselves to "community policing" efforts.
Stocks Continue To Rise
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the opening of the stock market with Michael Chadwick, owner of Chadwick Financial Advisors.
Jobless Claims Beat Expectations
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the latest jobless claims numbers with David Berson, senior VP and chief economist for Nationwide Insurance.
Citigroup to Sell Japan Retail Assets
Citigroup is set to announce the sale of its long-standing retail business in Japan and Walgreen said strong pharmacy sales and cost cuts helped drive a 16% rise in profit in its latest quarter.
U.S. Economy Posts Strong Growth
Eric Morath and Hank Weisbecker talk about what the slew of economic data released Tuesday could tell us about the economy moving forward.
A Merry Day On Wall Street
Santa pays a visit to Wall Street as the Blue Chips break through the 18-thousand barrier. Sears with more holiday woes. Google and Microsoft team up to make it easier to stay in touch.
Credit Minute - How Retailers Use Your Info
Credit.com's Adam Levin explains some of the ways that retailers use your personal information.
Dow Reaches 18,000 For The First Time Ever
The economy grew at the fastest rate in more than a decade, Consumer sentiment jumped, Keurig recalls single serve brewing machines and Hertz raises the price of its rental cars for 2015. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
The Dow Cracks The 18,000 Level
Stocks are mixed at midday, but the Dow Industrials moved above the 18,000 level for the first time. The economy grew by a much better than expected rate in the third quarter. And despite low interest rates, new home sales declined in November. The...
Surprise Summer Strength In The Economy
Jennifer Kushinka reports on strong third quarter GDP growth, happier consumers, Walgreen's earnings and more.
Rise in Consumption, Incomes and Sentiment
Joel Naroff and WSJ's Mathew Passy discuss another round of economic data that mostly points to optimism for the US economy.
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