Wall Street Journal: What's News
Burger King Says Big Purchase Not a Tax Dodge08/26/14
Burger King purchases doughnut chain Tim Hortons. Home prices decelerate. TIVO's got some mojo.
Credit Minute - Credit Card Rewards
Credit.com's Adam Levin looks at the times that credit card reward programs are worth it for you.
S&P 500 Reaches A Milestone Level Close
$11 billion for doughnuts?, American Airlines yanks its listings from a travel site and Hewlett Packard recalls smoking power cords. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Economic Data Lift Stocks
Consumer confidence shoots higher this month, and would you buy a fitness tracker for your pet? Marcy Norton has these stories and more.
Let's Talk Arts Discusses The Emmy Awards
Let's Talk Arts discusses Broadway connections to the Emmy Awards, plus red carpet fashion.
Canada Is Home For The New BK-Tim Hortons
Patrice Sikora reports on the Burger King and Tim Hortons merger, Best Buy posts a mixed quarter, fewer late credit card payments and more.
Consumer Confidence Increases
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the positive consumer confidence numbers with Mark Vitner, senior economist for Wells Fargo.
S&P Edges Back Over 2,000
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the opening of the stock market with Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst for S&P Dow Jones Indices.
Buffett Helping on Burger King/Tim Horton's Deal
Warren Buffett plans to help finance Burger King's takeover of Tim Horton's; Amazon will buy Twitch and the Pentagon is preparing to send surveillance aircraft into Syrian airspace. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those headlines and more.
WSJ's What's News Late Edition Aug.25, 2014
Amazon has a twitch for Twitch. McDonald's losing a generation of diners. Burger King wants doughnuts. WSJ's Frank Cipolla has more.
Credit Minute - Confusing Medical Bills
If you are confused by your medical bills, you are not alone. Credit.com's Adam Levin discusses what trips up consumers.
Some Record Highs On Wall Street
New home sales sink in July, Burger King is in talks to buy coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons, T-Mobile has a new lower price plan and Apple will replace some iPhone batteries for free. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Merger Monday Moves Market
A handful of mergers has investors in a buying mood. Marcy Norton has details on this and more.
The Retirement Review -- Retirement Communities
Tom Ortuso and Marketwatch's Elizabeth O'Brien take a look at retirement communities.
New Home Sales Slide
Patrice Sikora reports on a drop in new home sales, a bid for drug maker InterMune by Roche, Burger King could move from Miami to Canada and more.
New Home Sales Dip in July
Nationwide chief economist David Berson and WSJ's Mathew Passy discuss the surprising drop for new Home Sales in July.
Stocks Continue On Their Upward Trajectory
Hodges Capital Management's Gary Bradshaw tells WSJ's Mathew Passy why there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic on Wall Street.
Burger King in Talks to Buy Tim Hortons
Burger King is looking at Tim Hortons as part of a tax-inversion deal; McDonald's is losing its appeal with Millennials; a freelance journalist held hostage for over 2 years is freed and the American Academy of Pediatrics says students shouldn't start...
The Week Ahead
Tom Ortuso previews the week on Wall Street.
Credit Minute - Notice on Lowering Your Limit
Do credit card companies have to give you notice before lowering your limit? Credit.com's Adam Levin on what the rules actually say.
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