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4 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
On August 27, MarketWatch.com, supposedly a website for stock market investors, published a cynical article about gun manufacturers and gun ownership, titled 10 Things the Gun Industry Won't Tell You . In fact, MarketWatch has been running and re-running the same article for months now, just changing the date every so often, to make it appear brand new.
5 hrs ago | AmericanBankingNews.com
RadioShack, Apple and Alibaba are among stocks to watch, plus how RadioShack might be at its last thread. MarketWatch's Sital Patel and WSJ's Michael Casey discuss.
9 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha
Investment will most likely come in the form of a massive campus extension, or a build out of a new campus. Twitter will raise approximately $1.8 billion from a bond offering, maybe an extra $100 million.
11 hrs ago | MarketWatch
Stocks are trading sideways, mostly in the red. Dow seems to defy the general trend though .
11 hrs ago | CNET News.com
A rumor popped up late last week that Google is eyeing a 40 percent stake in eBay. But analyst Gene Munster doesn't see such a deal in the cards.
Strong auto sales are expected to help retail sales break out of their recent soft patch, according to economists polled by MarketWatch. A consensus forecast pegs August's overall retail sales growth at 0.6%, after being flat in July.
They have shifted their forecast of the Federal Reserve's first interest-rate hike to June 2015 from September 2015, MarketWatch reports. The BofA analysts cited stronger-than-expected economic growth and inflation.
The property market has taken a pause around the country as people wait for the end of winter and the outcome of the election. This is always the case around election time, with a drop off in listings and sales expected.
Groups representing consumers and the housing industry have told a federal regulator that it should not raise mortgage fees, warning that pricier loans could cut access to credit, according to letters obtained by MarketWatch. Not only should FHFA not direct Fannie and Freddie to increase fees, it should lower them, according to input from the Center for Responsible Lending, a Durham, N.C.-based consumer advocacy group.
Investors eye Radioshack, Viacom and Lululemon stock Thursday morning. MarketWatch's Polya Lesova explains why on the News Hub.
U.S. stock futures indicated losses for Wall Street on Thursday, with investors looking for a weekly labor-market update to help gauge the timing of an interest-rate increase by the Federal Reserve. The market will also sift through quarterly results from supermarket chain operator Kroger Co.
Financial institutions are top spenders for cybersecurity, and with good reason: As data breaches become more sophisticated and commonplace, the industry's vulnerabilities are becoming apparent. One of those worries is the risk of losing something that's vital to the industry's livelihood - clients' trust.
Tesla hits fresh life high, and then turns lower The shares have gone negative on the day after hitting a high of $288 earlier in the session, which is a fresh life high for the stock. That high did not hold for long, with price now at $281.92.
Apple unveiled several new products Tuesday, including a smart watch and a larger-screen mobile phone. Some analysts were impressed, and some weren't.
Light vehicle sales rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 17.53 million in August, up from 16.48 million in July and the best level since July 2005, according to data compiled by Autodata.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 03:58 pm
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