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How Did Target Lose Its Way?
Long before a massive credit-card data breach and a money-losing expansion into Canada exposed problems with the chain’s strategy and leadership, Target was showing serious signs of weakness--both in and out of the executive suite. Paul Ziobro joins Simon Constable to discuss. Photo: Getty
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What to Do When Interest Rates Rise
Here are some steps investors might take when interest rates rise.
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Top Dress Tips for Acing a Job Interview
How you dress for a job interview can make or break that crucial first impression. Keri Ferry, founder and designer at 25 Bedford, gives her top tips on how to dress professionally but show personal style.
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How Will Nike's New Lebron 12 Sell?
Nike unveiled the Nike LeBron 12, just in time for the star’s move back to Cleveland. Sara Germano looks at the trends in sales of the shoe on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Nike.
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Number of Billionaires Hits Record High
According to "Billionaire Census 2014," there are now 2,325 people with a net worth of at least $1 billion. Wealth-X president David Friedman joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty.
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Yellen Reviews Fed's Balance Sheet Plans
At a news conference, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen discusses adjusting monetary policy and the Fed's plans for its balance sheet. Photo: Getty.
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Yellen Reviews Economic Outlook
At a news conference, Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen discuss the central bank's decision on interest rates and the country's economic outlook.
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Hilsenrath: Fed Still Sees 2015 for Rate Increase
WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath discusses the Federal Reserve's decision to hold steady on interest rates, but the central bank foresees a rate increase by early 2015. Photo: Getty.
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NFL Players Union Appeals Ray Rice Suspension
The NFL Players Association is appealing Ray Rice’s suspension from the NFL. Does it have a legal standing? WSJ’s Ashby Jones discusses on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: AP
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What Took Calpers So Long to Leave Hedge Funds?
Heard on the Street's Justin Lahart joins MoneyBeat to explain the most surprising thing about Calpers announcing its exit from a $4 billion investment in hedge funds. Photo: Getty.