Wall Street Journal: What's News
PC Sales Stabilize07/10/14
Patrice Sikora reports shipments of PCs improve while tablets slip, more people are up to date on credit card bills, it could be a good year for airline stocks and more.
Stock Down Due To Concerns in Europe
Hugh Johnson, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer at Hugh Johnson Advisors explains to WSJ's Tyrone Johnson why concerns in Portugal have spread across the globe.
Jobless Claims down 11,000
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson finds out what the latest jobs numbers mean for the economy from Robert Brusca, Chief Economist for Fact & Opinion Economics.
Fed Officials Ready to End Bond-Buying Program
WSJ's Mathew Passy on the top headlines from the Wall Street Journal, including the Fed's plan to end its bond-buying program; futures pointing to big declines; GOP's calls to speed up deportations and more.
Regulators look to avert another financial crisis.
The SEC is poised to make a move intended to prevent another financial crisis. Productivity growth slowed last year, but it's not entirely bad news. And Harley-Davidson is recalling new motorcycles to fix a brake problem. The Wall Street Journal's...
Stocks Reverse A Two Day Slump And Close Higher
News from the Fed minutes had a positive impact on stocks, Alcoa kicks off corporate earnings season on a good note, more flights on U.S. airlines are running late, Harley Davidson recalls some hogs and 7-Eleven celebrates its 87th birthday. Jen...
GOP Plans for your Pension
A Republican proposal would pay for a highway bill partly by changing the way companies fund pension plans. Marcy Norton has this and more.
Getting Hired - What Makes Candidates Stand Out
Porch CEO Matt Ehrlichman tells WSJ's Mathew Passy why the best applicants work hard to get noticed during the hiring process.
Citigroup Could Face $7 Billion Fine
Patrice Sikora reports on a possible deal between Citigroup and the government, Boeing lands a big deal, rooster fertility problems hurt chicken prices and more.
Wall Street Cheers Earnings at the Open
Chad Morganlander, portfolio manager at Stifel, and WSJ's Mathew Passy discuss what is giving stocks a boost at the open.
Citigroup Close to $7 Billion Settlement
Justice Department and Citigroup close to settlement; Alcoa kicked off earnings season with positive news and Attorney General Eric Holder warns of radicalized Westerners coming back from Syria. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those headlines and more.
Alcoa kicks off another corporate earnings period.
Citigroup is close to a deal with the Justice Department to avert a lawsuit over shoddy mortgages. Alcoa kicked off another corporate earnings period with a good report. And Crumbs may have baked its last cupcake. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale...
Credit Minute - Importance of Checking Your Credit
How often are you checking your credit report? Adam Levin of Credit.com gives reasons to check it regularly.
Stocks Were Not In A Party Mood
More jobs were advertised in May, Crumbs Bake Shop crumbles, we increased our borrowing at a slower pace in May, Adidas makes a sweet offer to sponsor Manchester United. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Ford Announces Multiple Auto Recalls
Ford is recalling several vehicle models to fix problems ranging from driveshaft issues to leaky fuel tanks.
Let's Talk Arts Has The Latest Broadway News
Let's Talk Arts rounds up recent news from Broadway and ballet, plus an interview with playwright Brian Stutton, whose "Searching for Romeo" opens this week at the New York Musical Theatre Festival.
Second Quarter Earnings Season Begins
Patrice Sikora reports on the outlook for quarterly earnings, more problems with the healthcare exchanges, one way to a bigger paycheck and more.
Markets Down Early
Scott Kays, President of Kays Financial Advisory Corp, discusses the opening of the stock market with WSJ's Tyrone Johnson.
Biz Optimism ... Or Bull Worry?
Hear the latest headlines from today's Wall Street Journal reported by WSJ's Bill Fantini.
United-Continental will outsource some jobs.
United-Continental Holdings will outsource jobs at some airports and gas prices slipped just a bit in most areas over the past week. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those stories and more.
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