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Oil Shipment Cracks Decades-Old Ban
A tanker of oil from Texas set sail for South Korea late Wednesday night, the first unrestricted sale of unrefined American oil since the 1970s. Christian Berthelsen joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna. Photo: DigitalGlobe/Microsoft.
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Barron's Buzz: Don't Fear Retirement
Are Americans really that unprepared for retirement? Maybe not. Plus, do millennials have good money skills? Barron's Jack Hough joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty.
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There's Income in Those Empty Rooms at Home
Have an empty room at home? There could be an extra source of income for homeowners. WSJ CIO Journal deputy editor Steven Rosenbush joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty.
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Things Retirees Won't Tell You
Each day, roughly 10,000 baby boomers turn 62—the average age for retirement. MarketWatch's Catey Hill shares the surprising trends among retirees with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty
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Oracle's Two CEOs - Who Are They?
Oracle's Mark Hurd and Safra Catz are tapped as co-CEOs to replace founder Larry Ellison. What are the challenges for a company run by co-CEOs? WSJ's Shira Ovide explains. Photo: Getty
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Can a Full Night's Sleep Make You More Money?
Growing research is finding that those who get a good night's sleep are usually more productive at work. WSJ's Karen Damato explains on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty
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Alibaba May Be Largest IPO Ever, and More
What's News: Alibaba has an initial market value of $168 billion, Larry Ellison will step down as Oracle's chief executive, and Nike's shareholders are about the company's sponsorship of athletes.
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Oracle in the Post-Larry Ellison Era
FBR Capital Markets senior analyst Daniel Ives looks at Oracle in the post-CEO Larry Ellison era. Ellison, who founded the company in 1977, announced he is stepping down as CEO. Photo: AP.
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Analyst: Alibaba Stock Is Priced Conservatively
Morningstar director of equity research R.J. Hottovy joins MoneyBeat and explains why he views the company's shares priced conservatively at its IPO.
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Alibaba IPO Bulls Are Missing Some Red Flags
Should investors be ready for a fun ride aboard the Alibaba IPO? Marketwatch's Chuck Jaffe feels the company's shares are more like a sports car that is unsafe at high speeds.