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  • [$$] Apple Pay Rolls Out, With Holes @ The Wall Street Journal - 1 minute 14 seconds ago

    Apple Inc. on Monday will begin its bold undertaking to add a wallet to its iPhones. Participants include McDonald’s, Whole Foods and Walgreen. Yet the service won’t be ubiquitous overnight.

  • [$$] Federal Reserve Holds Steady Amid Market Volatility @ The Wall Street Journal - 6 minutes ago

    The Fed is likely to end its bond-buying program this month even as market volatility and uncertainties about the global economy have rattled investors and led to some mixed messages from central-bank ...

  • [$$] CMO Today: News Digest @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Video-streaming platform Roku already distributes content from more than 1,800 different partners through set-top boxes and connected TVs. Now it wants to sell video ads alongside that content, too.

  • [$$] Rally in Treasuries Makes a Longstanding Bet Look Good @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    The roaring rally in government bonds has thrown Wall Street for a loop, but Texas’s Hoisington Investment Management has been betting for more than a decade that yields would fall.

  • How a Brewing Hobby Became a Business @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Scott Smith on why he wants to keep growing his local beer sales. But not too much.

  • Creating a Culture That Allows Employees to Thrive @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Elisa Steele of Jive Software on the importance of ‘emotional equity.’

  • How to Put Tons of Data to Use @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Wes Hunt, the chief data officer of Nationwide Mutual, says the biggest challenge is finding talent.

  • How Does Google Handle IT for Its Workers? @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Being less rigid about technology can benefit a business’s culture and bottom line, says Google CIO Ben Fried.

  • Lilly CEO Sees Light After a Difficult Year @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Chief Executive John C. Lechleiter talks about the opportunities and challenges ahead for the drug maker.

  • The NBA’s Plan to Win More Fans @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Chief marketer Pam El talks about how she plans to overcome a rough year off the field for sports and attract new fans to the NBA.

  • Susan G. Komen Targets a New Generation @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Judith Salerno, CEO of Susan G. Komen, says the nonprofit has to find new ways to reignite supporters and appeal to younger people.

  • [$$] Saudi Arabia Versus Shale and Sand @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s de facto leader, has spooked the oil market with its seeming indifference to falling prices, apparently prioritizing market share even as demand growth weakens.

  • [$$] Farmers, Hedge Fund Strike Deal Over Payments for Guar @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Farmers who shipped more than $20 million worth of guar beans to the nation’s only guar processing plant, which is now in bankruptcy, have struck a deal with the plant’s majority owner, a New York hedge ...

  • Firms Should Be Open About Cyberthreats @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Christy Wyatt of Good Technology says sharing information can strengthen defenses.

  • Where Companies Should Look for Growth @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Starwood CFO Thomas Mangas sees the greatest long-term potential in China, the Middle East and Africa.

  • A CFO’s Role in a Fast-Growing Company @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Trulia’s Sean Aggarwal talks about a CFO’s role in a fast-growing company, including his part in achieving the tricky balance between profitability and growth.

  • To Get Your Message Out, Stay Flexible @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Michael Sprague of Kia Motors America says marketing executives can’t afford to think they know what works.

  • [$$] Chinese Stimulus Fuels Hope for Copper Prices @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Copper prices clung to $3 a pound last week as encouragement over stimulus efforts by China offset worries about slowing global growth.

  • Miscommunication as a Cybersecurity Threat @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Blackstone’s information security chief, Jay Leek, says cybersecurity chiefs can be more effective if they speak the language of business when talking to top executives.

  • [$$] Clouds Hang Over Strong Quarter for Banks @ The Wall Street Journal - 17 minutes ago

    Banks may not be finished tightening their belts, with low interest rates likely continuing to squeeze the profitability of lending and trading remaining a volatile source of revenue.

  • [$$] U.S. Stocks Show Strength, But Problems Could Sap Them @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Stocks were bursting with strength at week’s end, but some money managers warn that the problems that sent markets down in the first place haven’t gone away.

  • [$$] Carriers Bent Out of Shape By iPhone @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    While fans remain loyal to Apple’s iphone, carriers are another matter.

  • [$$] Big Number: A Dose of Perspective @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    The anniversary of the 1987 stock-market crash over the weekend offers some perspective on this month’s stock volatility.

  • Argentina’s government said Friday that it will sell up to $1 billion in local U.S. dollar-linked bonds later this month as it continues to tap local institutional investors like banks and insurers for ...

  • [$$] Peering Through Windows to See the Future of Microsoft @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Windows can have a place in Microsoft’s future. The trick will be tweaking the business without cracking it.

  • Mourinho’s Men Turn Up the Heat @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Chelsea’s near-faultless start to the English Premier League season leaves rivals out in the cold.

  • [$$] Overheard: Goldman Is GOP Stalwart @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Goldman Sachs, once a reliable supporter of the Democratic Party, is now the biggest backer of Republicans on Wall Street.

  • How Capitalists Can Solve Big Problems @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Joe Costello, CEO of Enlighted Inc., says we’ll see more companies like Tesla combining fierce competitiveness with sustainable innovation.

  • Twitter to Offer New Tools for App Developers @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Twitter, at its first developer conference in four years, is expected to announce on Wednesday a suite of tools to make it easier for programmers to build apps, according to people familiar with the matter....

  • [$$] Lehman Brothers, J.P. Morgan Lawsuit Over Repo Market Resumes @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Lawyers for the postbankruptcy estate of Lehman Brothers Holdings and J.P. Morgan are still battling in a crisis-era lawsuit over what Lehman claims was the bank’s “voracious” cash grab in the investment ...

  • [$$] ‘Fury’ Chases Away ‘Gone Girl’ at Box Office @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Brad Pitt’s World War II drama took in $23.5 million, leading a cluster of weak debuts for several new films.

  • [$$] Corporate Watch: News Digest @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Tribune MediaCo. signed a multiyear deal to keep its Seattle television station affiliated with the Fox network, ending a closely watched turf battle between the two media companies over the cost of content....

  • [$$] Comings & Goings: News Digest @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Denis McInerney, a lawyer recruited to oversee the Justice Department’s fraud section after the financial crisis, is returning to private practice at Davis Polk.

  • [$$] Ally Earns Profit for Taxpayers as Government Pares Ownership @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Nearly six years after its near-death experience, Ally Financial Inc. is nearly out from the U.S. government’s clutches, and taxpayers are earning a profit of more than $1 billion as the firm heads out ...

  • [$$] Proceedings | Highlights from the Law Blog @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Gay-marriage foes claim a San Francisco-based appeals court is biased in favor of gay-rights proponents. Another court ruled that a pregnant unwed mother can’t use Facebook alone to notify the father she ...

  • [$$] Syngenta Faces More Suits Over Viptera Corn Seeds @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Syngenta faces escalating legal battles over its sale of genetically engineered corn seeds that some farmers and agricultural companies say have roiled international grain markets this year.

  • [$$] Apple’s Core Still the Main Course @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Ahead of the Tape: Monday will mark another financial milestone for Apple Inc.—it will gain a small toehold in financial services with its Apple Pay service.

  • The list of major banks signed up to a new U.K. body aimed at overhauling banker behavior is almost certain to be missing at least one major name: Goldman Sachs.

  • [$$] U.S. Airlines to Deliver Strong Profits @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    A flock of U.S. airlines is expected to report strong quarterly profits, following the lead of Delta Air. Carriers’ share prices, however, have been battered by concerns from a global economic slowdown ...

  • J.J. Watt’s Low-Watt Effect @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is widely regarded as the best defensive player in football. But how well he performs Monday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers likely won’t determine the game’s ...

  • [$$] Mining Force Mick Davis Digs In Again @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    Mick Davis, who built two mining giants in the past two decades, is entering the fray again as companies such as BHP Billiton and Anglo American look to sell off assets.

  • [$$] Ex-CFOs Defamation Suit Shows Walgreen in Tumult @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    A defamation suit against Walgreen by its former CFO paints a picture of the rough and tumble maneuverings inside a company grappling with disappointing earnings, activist hedge funds and a major deal....

  • The Kansas City Royals Want to Rule the World @ The Wall Street Journal - 18 minutes ago

    We are a nation prone to easy nostalgia, and this Kansas City Royals revival has triggered a boomlet of merry Day-Glo memories for Fans of a Certain Age.

  • [$$] Big Chains Put a Lock on First-Run Movies @ The Wall Street Journal - 19 minutes ago

    Multiplex movie chains are more frequently gaining exclusivity of new releases in certain areas, shutting out independent theaters.

  • [$$] Natural-Gas Prices Fall Even With Chill Nearing @ The Wall Street Journal - 19 minutes ago

    When cold weather looms across the U.S., natural-gas prices usually rise. This year they are falling, after a record production boom nearly replenished stockpiles left at their lowest since 2003 by last ...

  • [$$] Yahoo CEO Set to Refresh Turnaround Plan @ The Wall Street Journal - 19 minutes ago

    Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer will seek to fend off a challenge from activist investor Starboard this week by detailing her plan for turning around the struggling Internet business.

  • [$$] Globalfoundries to Take Over IBM Chip Unit @ The Wall Street Journal - 19 minutes ago

    IBM will pay Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take over IBM’s semiconductor operations.

  • Tesoro Logistics is buying a natural-gas pipeline and processing business owned by QEP Resources in a $2.5 billion deal, the companies said late Sunday.

  • [$$] Investors Seek to Buy Adidas’s Reebok Unit @ The Wall Street Journal - 19 minutes ago

    An investor group from Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi is launching a bid to buy Reebok from Adidas in a move that would unwind a disappointing eight-year marriage of sneaker makers.

  • [$$] Partner Exits Magnify Woes of Destabilized Firms @ The Wall Street Journal - 19 minutes ago

    Rainmaking attorneys at troubled law firms are tempting targets for poaching. But raids of key lawyers or practice groups can further destabilize struggling firms.

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