New 3-D Printers Let You Print in Metal and Wood
3-D printing in plastic is so last year. At this year’s 3D Printer World Expo, companies showed off new machines that print in rubber, metal and even wood. From Burbank, California, the WSJ’s Michael Kofsky shows his favorites.
An Israeli Soldier Is Reported Missing in Gaza
What's News: Israel soldier reported to be missing in action, consumer prices continue to rise in June and more. Veronica Dagher reports. Photo: AP
Mobile Ad Sales Leap Higher
Research firm eMarketer estimates that mobile ad spending will climb 83% this year to nearly $18 billion, surpassing newspaper and radio. CMO Today's Steven Perlberg breaks down the numbers on MoneyBeat.
CIT Group to Buy OneWest in $3.4 Billion Deal
CIT Group's planned purchase of OneWest will catapult its assets to beyond $50 billion, which put the bank under increased scrutiny by banking regulators. WSJ's Saabira Chaudhuri explains why for some backs, bigger may not necessarily be better. Photo: Getty Images.
Will Ackman Land a 'Deathblow' Against Herbalife?
Will Bill Ackman once again, cry wolf on Herbalife, the nutritional supplement company that he’s called a massive pyramid scheme? Or will he actually deliver the “deathblow” to Herbalife that he has been threatening for 19 months? WSJ's Steve Russolillo takes a look on MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
What to Watch for in Apple's Earnings Report
Apple fans have a lot to be excited about right now. MarketWatch's Sital Patel joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss why and what to look for in the company's earnings report. Photo: Getty
Why Wedding Dresses Are So Expensive
Wedding dresses can cost thousands of dollars and it's not only the production cost that drives up the price. WSJ's Monika Vosough reports on why bridal designers can sell their gowns at high markups. (Photo: iStock/manifeesto)
U.S. Stock Futures Up; Consumer Prices Steady
Stock futures remain higher after data shows that U.S. consumer prices rose 0.3% in June from a month earlier, in line with expectations. MarketWatch's Sital Patel joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with the details, plus what to watch for in Apple's earnings report. Photo: Getty
When CEOs and CFOs Share an Alma Mater
More than two dozen of the largest U.S. companies have current CEOs and CFOs hailing from the same alma mater, according to a Wall Street Journal review of data from executive recruiter Crist|Kolder Associates. WSJ's Maxwell Murphy joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with more on this. Photo: Getty
Hamas Tunnels in Gaza Targeted By Israel
Israel is pushing ahead in it’s effort to destroy tunnels that the militant wing of Hamas are using to mount cross-border attacks. Elsewhere, it’s claimed unverified footage shows a civilian being shot by an Israeli sniper. WSJ's Mark Kelly reports