Wall Street Journal: What's News
Positive Earnings Reports Send Stocks Higher10/21/14
Stocks are rallying on Apple's earnings report and a report the ECB may strengthen its stimulus efforts. Home sales hit their highest level of the year in September. And the NSA approves some Samsung devices to carry classified information. The Wall...
Let's Talk Arts discusses comedy and startups
Let's Talk Arts chats about a new conference combining stand-up and start-ups.
Home Sales Jump
Patrice Sikora reports on stronger September home sales, a plan to measure digital video viewership, a snapshot of some corporate earnings and more.
Stocks off to a Decent Start
Anna Rathbun from CBIZ Retirement Plan Services tells the WSJ's Eytan Shander why stocks are looking good
5 Years for Oscar Pistorius
Oscar Pistorius sentenced to 5 years in the death of Reeva Steenkamp; CDC issues stricter guidelines on Ebola; IBM posted sharply lower profits and Sears turns to its CEO for more cash. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those headlines and more.
Shiny Results for Apple
Sales of new IPhones boost Apple's profit over the summer. Amazon strikes a deal on e-book sales. UPS raises rates.
Credit Minute - The Right Order to Pay Your Bills
Credit.com's Gerri Detweiler reviews the order in which you should pay your bills if you don't have enough money to cover them all.
Stocks Kick Off The Week On A Positive Note
IBM tanks, missing third quarter expectations, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issues a warning, Microsoft may soon launch a smartwatch and introducing "Candy Crush Soda Saga." Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Why Latino Women Have Lower Rates Of Breast Cancer
Researchers say they now know why Latino women have lower rates of breast cancer. WSJ This Morning's Gordon Deal and Journal reporter Lee Hotz discuss.
IBM Will Miss Its Earnings Target
IBM says it will fall short of its earnings target next year. Apple Pay is now up and running at some retailers. And shares of Sears Holdings get a boost from new measures to raise cash. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those stories and more.
Gridlock Could Prove Costly at Polls
Gerald Seib and WSJ This Morning's Gordon Deal discuss if this is the year that voters start to vote down gridlock in Washington, DC.
The Retirement Review - Having Enough To Retire
Some tips to help you make sure you have enough to retire.
Weakness In Europe Worries US Businesses
Patrice Sikora reports on renewed economic concerns about Europe, data breaches may hurt retailers this holiday season, Apple Pay is live but limited and more.
Stocks Open Lower
Alex Condrell of Main Street Advisor joins WSJ's Mike Weinstein to discuss the opening of today's stock market.
Stocks Remain Vulnerable to Weakness Abroad
WSJ's Mathew Passy on today's top headlines including why stocks remain vulnerable; new guidelines for dealing with Ebola patients; Peyton Manning breaks the career TD record and more.
Week Ahead Preview
Home sales, consumer inflation and leading economic indicators will be in focus this week. WSJ's Mathew Passy reports.
Credit Minute - Saving on Home Closing Costs
Gerri Detweiler of Credit.com has tips for saving on home closing costs.
What A Change..Stocks Close Broadly Higher!
The pace of homebuilding increases, consumer sentiment reaches its highest level in seven years, Starbucks will raise its starting pay and Apple unveils a new iPad surprise. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Moneybeat Week Discusses Market Volatility.
The renewed volatility on Wall Street has many wondering whether the worst of the pullback is over, or if tough times are just beginning. In this week's podcast, the MoneyBeat crew dissects the big moves in stocks, bonds and oil and offers predictions...
The Fed Is Concerned About Economic Inequality
The Obama administration wants more secure credit cards for government workers. The Fed is concerned about economic inequality in the U.S. And General Electric posts a strong quarterly earnings report. The Wall Street Journal's Bruce Vale has those...
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