Wall Street Journal: What's News
Credit Minute - Dating Sites and ID Thieves07/22/14
Adam Levin of Credit.com warns that some online dating sites can be havens for ID thieves.
Strong Day For Stocks
Tom Ortuso takes a look at the latest housing market data and recaps Tuesday's earnings reports.
Apple Granted Patent for Smartwatch Device
Marcy Norton takes a look at Tuesday's top stories.
Let's Talk Arts Discusses The Bolshoi Ballet
Let's Talk Arts rounds up must-see summer shows and welcomes Robert Greskovic, whose reviews appear in the Wall Street Journal, to talk about the Bolshoi Ballet's visit.
Sales of Existing Homes Climb Again
Patrice Sikora reports on another sign of recovery in housing, Apple's new larger screen phones, weaker demand for orange juice and more.
Stocks Heading Higher
Michael Cuggino, President of Permanent Portfolio Funds, tells WSJ's Mathew Passy why better corporate earnings and lower readings on inflation are helping stocks.
Consumer Inflation Remains in Check
TheStreet's Joe Deaux and WSJ's Mathew Passy discuss how the latest CPI data shows inflation to be a non-issue for the consumer.
Calls for an Immediate Cease-Fire in Gaza
WSJ's Mathew Passy has top headlines from the Wall Street Journal including calls for a cease-fire in Gaza; separatists turnover MH17's black boxes; Apple readies largest initial production of iPhones and the trust that owns the Clippers could default...
Apple orders lots of larger screen Iphones.
Apple puts in a big order for larger-screen Iphones. Gasoline prices continue to move lower. And Netflix reports strong second quarter results. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those stories and more.
Credit Minute - Building Credit Without Plastic
Adam Levin of Credit.com explains how you can build credit without using a credit card.
Stocks End Lower To Start The Week
Stocks were lower to start the week and Facebook is out with a new feature. Tom Ortuso reports.
Big Tobacco to Fight Jury Verdict
R.J. Reynolds says it will fight a multi-billion dollar, punitive damages award. Marcy Norton has this and more.
The Retirement Review -- High Fees
We take a look at high fees that could potentially derail your retirement.
Business Optimism Grows
Patrice Sikora reports on a new upbeat business survey, a minivan with a microphone for parents, the new $700 Sony Walkman and more.
Geopolitical Concerns Weigh on the Markets
Tower Bridge Advisors' Chief Investment Officer Jim Meyer and WSJ's Mathew Passy discuss what's pressuring stocks this morning.
Earnings in Focus
Tom Ortuso has a preview of the week on Wall Street.
Credit Minute - Avoid These Summer Vacation Scams
Watch out for summer vacation scams. Adam Levin of Credit.com on ways to know if you're being duped.
A Robust Finish Today For The Stock Market
Consumer sentiment hits a four month low, Google had a nice boost, Amazon rolled out a new book subscription service for Kindle, Comcast reaches a deal with ESPN and Dell accepts bitcoin now. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
MoneyBeat Week Talks Earnings and Mergers
In the latest edition of MoneyBeat Week, the crew discusses earnings from the big U.S. banks, the merger boom that's sending American companies overseas in search of lower taxes, and the WSJ softball team's big rivalry.
Kindle Unlimited Launched By Amazon
Patrice Sikora reports on Amazon's newest subscription program, economic growth will remain muted, FedEx faces conspiracy charges and more.
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