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U.S. stocks retreated Tuesday, a day after the Nasdaq Composite rose above 5000 for the first time in nearly 15 years. Best Buy electronics retailer posted a better-than-expected profit in its latest quarter. Photo: Getty
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Greece faces a cash crunch in the coming weeks with little hope of financial help soon from the rest of the eurozone, threatening a serious blow to the country’s fragile economy. WSJ's Matthew Dalton explains on MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty
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WSJ Heard on the Street's Dan Gallagher joins MoneyBeat and explains that the new threat to the Nasdaq, which crossed 5000 on Monday, is young companies. Photo: Getty
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Forget sports rivalries, we're taking a look at the 10 richest U.S. cities. Each city's wealth was calculated by the percentage of residents earning more than $150,000 in cities with more than 500,000 residents. Is your city on the list?
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Best Buy, AutoZone, and SPDR's Utility ETF. Barron's Chris Dieterich discusses hot stocks to watch today. Photo: Getty Images
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March 3 -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said February sales rose 5.6 percent, less than analysts had estimated, as cold winter weather slowed showroom traffic. Scarlet Fu reports on “In The Loop.”
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The Nasdaq briefly hit a dot-com era milestone by reaching 5000, but can it maintain its momentum? WSJ's Kristen Scholer reports. Photo: AP.
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March 2 -- Bloomberg “Money Clip” Host Pimm Fox reports on today’s top stories.
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Costco named Citigroup and Visa as its new credit partners, replacing American Express as the exclusive network at its stores beginning in April of next year. WSJ's Paul Ziobro explains on MoneyBeat.
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Marketwatch's Viktor Reklaitis says Berkshire Hathaway, Samsung and NXP Semiconductors are today's stocks to watch. Photo: Getty Images
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It’s clear Fed officials think they’ll be raising short-term interest rates later this year. Of greater significance – and getting far less attention – is how high rates will go. Photo: Getty
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March 2 -- Today people in need of bone replacement -- whether because of disease, defect or injury -- can turn to synthetic replacements or they can have another bone in their body cut down so as to supply material for the missing bone. In either case the procedure is extremely painful and not without risk of failure. Epibone is attempting to disrupt this process by growing human bone from stem cells. (Video by: Brandon Lisy, Justin Beach)
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Feb. 27 -- Robert Benmosche, the combative former chief executive officer of American International Group who led the insurer, once the world’s largest, to repay a $182.3 billion taxpayer bailout, has died. He was 70.
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U.S. stocks traded slightly lower Friday, but were still on track to post their biggest monthly percentage gains since 2011. J.C. Penney shares fell 5.4% after the retailer reported a surprise loss for the fourth quarter. Photo: AP
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Athletic gear company Under Armour is investing over $700 million on fitness apps. WSJ's Sara Germano reports. Photo: AP
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U.S. stocks traded slightly lower Friday, but were still on track to post their biggest monthly percentage gains since 2011. J.C. Penney shares fell 5.4% after the retailer reported a surprise loss for the fourth quarter.
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Feb. 27 -- Scarlet Fu discusses streaming and the use of Netflix with Mark Crumpton. They speak on "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Ericsson is suing Apple for infringing technology patents it says are critical to iPhones and iPads. WSJ's Brian Fitzgerald and Tanya Rivero discuss. Photo: Getty
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Berkshire Hathaway, Gap and J.C. Penney are among stocks to watch. WSJ's Emma Moody has the details on the News Hub with Simon Constable. Photo: Getty
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U.S. stock futures remained slightly lower Friday after data showed the economy returned to moderate growth in the fourth quarter. WSJ's Emma Moody and Simon Constable discuss. Photo: Getty
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Feb. 27 -- Bloomberg’s Stephanie Ruhle reports on today’s top news stories. She speaks on “Market Makers.”
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Feb. 27 -- As the U.S. and Cuban governments continue efforts to normalize their relationship, two global drinks giants are watching very closely. A diplomatic reset may reignite a trademark war that has simmered for more than twenty years, as Bloomberg's Willem Marx reports.
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Feb. 27 -- Zenvo, a supercar manufacturer from Denmark, have built the 1104 horsepower $950,000 ST1. But they want to do more than build a light, fast car, they want to build a brand that can survive in a market renowned for failure.
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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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