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Credit Minute - Best Times to Use a Debit Card11/29/14
Adam Levin of Credit.com lists the times it's better to use a debit card over a credit card.
Crude's Drip...Drip Continues
Markets end about where they started. Crude continues it slide. Reports say P&G looking to sell its Wella hair care business.
Moneybeat Discusses Oil and OPEC
OPEC's decision not to cut production has roiled the markets and sent oil to four-year lows. Heard on the Street's Liam Denning joins the MoneyBeat to discuss.
Oil Prices Fall
Tom Ortuso has the latest on oil prices and how the big retailers are faring this weekend.
Stocks Open Mixed Following OPEC Decision
Monty Guild of Guild Investment Management tells WSJ's Hank Weisbecker about what will be driving the markets today.
The Holiday Shopping Season Gets Underway
Toys"R"Us U.S. President Hank Mullany tells WSJ's Hank Weisbecker about how the holiday shopping season is starting out.
OPEC Leaves Production Target Unchanged
The holiday shopping season will help determine if 2014 ends with a bang, OPEC members reject calls for drastic action to cut their oil output, Legal immigrants run into fresh problems signing up for insurance on HealthCare.gov. Hank Weisbecker...
Leafy Luxury: Mansions With a Tree Premium
WSJ's Amy Gamerman discusses how important mature trees are becoming to architects and home buyers with WSJ This Morning's Bruce Johnson.
Credit Minute - Origins of Black Friday
Credit.com's Michael Schreiber on the origins of Black Friday.
Can You Say Record Closing Highs?
First time jobless claims rise above 300,000 for the first time in three months, Microsoft drops the price of the XBox One, Amazon slashes the price of the Fire phone and Blackberry has an exchange offer for you. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
How To Score Free Stuff On Black Friday
WSJ This Morning's Bruce Johnson hears from MarketWatch reporter Catey Hill about how to score free stuff this Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
First Week of Enrollment Sees 222,000 New Sign-ups
Louise Radnofsky tells WSJ's Hank Weisbecker about how many people used HealthCare.gov in the first week of open enrollment to get or renew coverage.
Getting Hired - Hiring from Non-Traditional Pools
Donna Wells, President and CEO of Mindflash, tells WSJ's Mathew Passy why they often seek non-traditional job titles on people's resumes when they are looking to add new people.
First Time Jobless Claims Rise
The number of Americans filing for unemployment rose more than expected last week; October orders for durable goods increased more than many had forecast; It was a tough quarter for Deere and Company; Mike Weinstein has those stories and more.
Stocks Open Mostly Flat
Stocks open mostly flat on this Thanksgiving eve, WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses why with Liz Miller, President of Summit Place Financial Advisors.
Jobless Claims Increase & Personal Income Up .2%
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the latest jobless claims, personal income, and consumer spending numbers with Scott Gamm of the TheStreet.com.
Holiday Smartphone Buying Guide
WSJD columnist Joanna Stern looks at smartphones that are a good buy this holiday season.
A Busy Day On Wall Street
Investors will have a lot of economic data to look at before Thanksgiving. Tom Ortuso reports.
Your network of doctors is probably a lot smaller than it appears. WSJ This Morning's Bruce Johnson and The Journal's Melinda Beck go over the problems.
New Rules Could Ground Amazon's Drones
Hewlett Packard still struggling. Home Depot facing lawsuits over its data breach. Ahead of Thanksgiving - a full plate of economic data.
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