'Blockupy' protesters surround ECB
As oil prices continue to sink on concerns about weak global economic growth, investors might be tempted to pick up some energy stocks on the cheap. Dan Strumpf joins the News Hub.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI JAN 23, 3:11PM CST
U.S. stocks fell Friday, giving up some ground after four sessions of gains that lifted the S 500 to its highest close of the year.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI JAN 23, 3:07PM CST
Kerio Technologies CEO Scott Schreiman join MoneyBeat on the day of Box.com's NYSE IPO to discuss the status of and challenges facing the cloud software industry. Photo: Box.com.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FRI JAN 23, 9:40AM CST
Jan. 23 -- Slated to be the blockbuster IPO of the week, Box is on the brink of going public after months of delays. The cloud-based file sharing company hopes to raise over $175 million from an offering of 12.5 million shares, giving it a valuation of $1.7 billion. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson digs through into the financials.
BLOOMBERG - FRI JAN 23, 9:08AM CST
Pinterest's success with women is creating a conundrum for the company: How can more men become fans? WSJ's Yoree Koh reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Pinterest.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JAN 22, 3:13PM CST
U.S. stocks gained broadly after the ECB announced its bond-buying program.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JAN 22, 3:10PM CST
Jan. 22 -- Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and the world’s richest man, discusses the successes and failures of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Gates sat down with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker, in Kirkland, Washington on Dec. 14.
BLOOMBERG - THU JAN 22, 12:37PM CST
For TV shows, the second season can be as challenging as the first. WSJ's John Jurgensen joins Tanya Rivero with a look at TV's sophomore slump. Photo: Starz
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JAN 22, 12:00PM CST
Jan. 22 -- Bloomberg’s Olivia Sterns reports on today’s top news stories on “Market Makers.”
BLOOMBERG - THU JAN 22, 10:41AM CST
The European Central Bank announced an expanded stimulus program amounting to €60 billion ($69 billion) a month in asset purchases in an effort to revive the eurozone’s struggling economy. WSJ's Katie Martin explains what it means and what to watch for. Photo: AP.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JAN 22, 9:48AM CST
U.S. stock futures rose Thursday ahead of the ECB's news conference, and weekly jobless claims were higher than expected. Barron's reporter Chris Dieterich reports. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JAN 22, 8:33AM CST
A group of about 15 brands will be advertising for the first time during the Super Bowl, the largest number of newbie advertisers at the game since 2000. WSJ's Steven Perlberg reports. Photo: AP
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JAN 22, 8:29AM CST
Verizon, Google and WisdomTree Europe Hedged Equity Fund are among stocks to watch. Barron's reporter Chris Dieterich has the details. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JAN 22, 8:19AM CST
The European Central Bank's announcement of some form of quantitative easing is a “monumental” moment for the Bank said Scott Minerd, managing partner of Guggenheim Partners. He spoke with WSJ’s Francesco Guerrera at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THU JAN 22, 8:13AM CST
Jan. 22 -- Sanctions and falling oil prices haven't dampened the spirit of Russian delegates in Davos. They're out in force -- but do they feel welcome?
BLOOMBERG - THU JAN 22, 7:26AM CST
Jan. 22 -- Greg Wyler, a man dedicated to wiring the world, has just announced his latest venture: OneWeb. OneWeb aims to launch 648 satellites that will provide high speed, low cost internet to every person on earth. Having received backing from Virgin Group and Qualcomm, Wyler's new company expects to launch its 648 satellites by 2018.
BLOOMBERG - THU JAN 22, 5:59AM CST
Jan. 21 -- American Express will cut several thousand jobs this year across the company as part of a restructuring, according a person familiar with the decision. Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on "Street Smart."
BLOOMBERG - WED JAN 21, 3:55PM CST
A majority of CEOs have reasons to be optimistic in 2015. PwC's Tim Ryan joins Sara Murray with a look at the 2015 CEO survey. Photo: Getty.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - WED JAN 21, 3:14PM CST
U.S. stocks ended higher on Wednesday amid mixed corporate earnings news and as investors looked ahead to the European Central Bank’s policy-setting meeting. Photo: Getty.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - WED JAN 21, 3:06PM CST
Jan. 21 -- Amazon will begin making feature-length movies for theaters, pushing further into Hollywood’s territory after winning its first major television awards last week. NYU Tisch Chair of Undergrad Film and TV Joe Picharallo speaks on “Bloomberg West.”
BLOOMBERG - WED JAN 21, 1:38PM CST
Jan. 21 -- Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox reports on today’s top news stories on “Money Clip.”
BLOOMBERG - WED JAN 21, 11:30AM CST
U.S. stock futures fell Wednesday, weighed down by a disappointing outlook from IBM and declines in European stocks. WSJ's Polya Lesova has more. Photo: Getty
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - WED JAN 21, 8:32AM CST
Netflix, IBM and United Healthcare are among stocks to watch. WSJ's Polya Lesova has the details on the News Hub with Michael Casey. Photo: iStock/MariuszBlach
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - WED JAN 21, 8:31AM CST
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Wells Fargo Advantage Funds portfolio manager Lyle Fitterer says New Jersey's general obligation bonds are a good investment despite the recent downgrade.
China's crackdown on iron ore import loans may cause volatility in the metal's prices because there is no hedge market in place for iron ore, says Jonathan Barratt of Ayers Alliance.
Gene Needles, CEO of American Beacon Advisors, says frontier markets are where emerging markets were decades ago
David Gaud of Edmond de Rothschild discusses the latest HSBC China flash manufacturing PMI, and the impact of the RMB's depreciation on China's economy.
Gene Needles, CEO of American Beacon Advisors, says debt investors can get better yields than in high-yield bonds
A strong rupee gives India's central bank flexibility in terms of interest rates policy, says Sunil Garg of JPMorgan.
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