How to Speak to Aging Parents About Money
Here's how advisers can speak to their clients about their aging parents. Plus, watch this before pre-paying for your child's college education. And, here's a possible entry point to look for in high-yield fixed income. WSJ Wealth Adviser's Veronica Dagher reports.
Arizona Inmate Dies Hours After Start of Execution
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has ordered a review of the state's lethal-injection procedures after convicted murderer Joseph R. Wood III was seen gasping and snorting for more than an hour and a half before he died Wednesday. Photo: AP
Can China Replicate America’s Shale Revolution?
On the sidelines of Heard on the Street Live in Hong Kong, Neil Beveridge, senior oil analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, gives his take on how America’s energy bonanza will affect China, and whether China can create its own shale revolution.
America’s Shale Revolution Hits Asia’s Shores
On the sidelines of Heard on the Street Live in Hong Kong, Stephen O’Sullivan, managing director of emerging markets energy research at Trusted Sources, talks about how America’s move toward greater energy independence is rippling across the globe to China.
Taiwan’s TransAsia Had Eight Accidents in 12 Years
The TransAsia plane crash in Taiwan on July 23 was the eighth accident for the company in a dozen years. At least 48 people died including a colonel and famed sculptor. WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio talks to Taipei bureau chief Aries Poon on why the plane went down.
One-Minute Wine: Sportsman’s Wine
Will Lyons tastes former English cricket captain Ian Botham’s Australian shiraz and asks can top athletes make wine?
MH17: Black Boxes May Reveal if Plane Exploded
With the flight recorders of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 now in the U.K., investigators will try to piece together the plane’s final moments. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio talks to Tom Ballantyne, chief correspondent for Orient Aviation, on what we could learn.
HSBC: China Flash PMI of 52.0 ‘Good Start to Q3’
HSBC’s China Flash PMI for July of 52.0 says the country's factory sector grew at a rate not seen in 1.5 years. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio speaks with HSBC’s John Zhu, Greater China Economist, on which of Beijing's mini-stimulus measures worked best.
How iPhones Will Boost Asian Economies, Suppliers
The upcoming rollout of Apple’s new iPhones is already boosting some Asian economies and supplier sales. The Wall Street Journal’s Yun-Hee Kim talks to Eva Dou about the Apple effect.
Facebook Answers Critics With Mobile-Ad Surge
Facebook Inc. reported Wednesday that profit more than doubled and revenue topped estimates for the ninth straight quarter due to strong mobile ad revenue. WSJ's Reed Albergotti reports. Photo: Associated Press