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Morgan Stanley CFO: Wall Street Firms Must Play to Strengths
Wall Street banks should play to their strengths to succeed in this highly regulated industry, says Morgan Stanley CFO Ruth Porat. WSJ's Simon Constable reports.
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
Tesla's Earnings: Watch to Watch For
The percentage of workers age 55 and up in the workforce has climbed significantly in the past 30 years, but could aging workers actually be hurting the economy? DHR International CEO Geoff Hoffman joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna. Photo: iStock/jacomstephens.
Are Aging Workers Hurting Companies?
Electric-car maker Tesla is scheduled to be released after the bell Thursday, and Mike Ramsey joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna to preview the results. Photo: Tesla.
Economy Grows 4%, but Is That Good Enough?
The U.S. economy rebounded strongly this spring after a first-quarter contraction, eking out positive growth over the past six months and raising hopes for sustained growth in the second half of 2014. Josh Zumbrun joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna.
Why Do Millennials Prefer Cash to Investing Money?
In the last year, the S&P 500 delivered 17% and cash investments delivered 1%. Which would you rather have? In a Bankrate study, millennials said they'd rather have the cash. The Mutual Fund Store's Senior Vice President of Investments Andy Smith joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty
The Soaring Ambition of Twitter's Valuation
Twitter is taking a victory lap down Wall Street. The micromessaging service reported a smaller-than-expected net loss Tuesday as its second-quarter revenue climbed to $312 million. WSJ's Miriam Gottfried joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with more on this. Photo: Getty
Wed., July 30: Twitter Among Stocks to Watch
Twitter, Amgen and Garmin are among the top stocks to keep an eye on today. WSJ's Polya Lesova joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with more. Photo: Getty
U.S. Second-Quarter GDP Expands at 4.0% Rate
The U.S. second-quarter GDP increased at a 4.0% rate, well above expectations, raising hopes for sustained growth in the second half of 2014. WSJ's Polya Lesova joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with the details. Photo: Getty
Argentina Fights Off Second Default in 13 Years
Argentina faces default Wednesday for the second time in 13 years if it doesn’t meet a deadline to make payments to a small group of bondholders. WSJ's Matthew Cowley explains Argentina's dispute with these creditors and the long-standing battle that stems from the country's default in 2001. (Photo: Getty Images)