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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
Strategists: Microsoft Needs Mobile to Survive
Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia lost the company $700 million in operational profits. Neil Mawston of Strategy Analytics says Microsoft needs to be successful in the mobile market to survive. He joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty
Social Media Adoption at Work Is a Slow Affair
As Facebook usage soars in the consumer context, the adoption of social platforms in the workplace is much slower and steadier. WSJ's Steve Rosenbush joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with more on this. Photo: Getty
Strong Durable Goods Figures Could Boost Stocks
WSJ's Emma Moody joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with the details of stronger-than-expected durable goods orders in June that could spread optimism on Wall Street. Photo: Getty
Fri., July 25: Amazon Among Stocks to Watch
What are the top stocks to watch today? WSJ's Emma Moody joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss Amazon, Pandora and 21st Century Fox. Photo: Getty
Five Things Bitcoins Won't Tell You
The virtual currency bitcoin has had some rocky times over the last year. But more and more companies are beginning to accept the so-called crypto currency. MarketWatch's Tom Bemis takes a look at five things bitcoins won't tell you. (Photo: Getty Images)
How Advisers Can Make the Most of Social Media
Here are a few ways wealth management firms and advisers can make the most of social media.
After a Spate of Crashes, Do You Now Fear Flying?
With three plane crashes and 462 people dead in one week, you may not be the first to wonder if taking a flight means taking a risk. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio speaks to Greg Waldron, Flightglobal Asia managing editor, on how safe the skies truly are.
Forget Money Markets, Consider CDs
While headlines focus on new SEC rules for money market funds, individual investors, especially the high-net worth crowd, should stash cash in CDs.
Three Tips for America's Wealthy Tech Elite
The boom in Internet and technology stocks is creating another generation of 20-something tech tycoons in Silicon Valley. But will they make the same mistakes that their predecessors did in the late 1990s? MarketWatch's Jim Jelter discusses three tips for America's wealthy tech elite. (Photo: Getty Images)