Tokyo Markets Close in:
• Why Apple may never have another product as successful as the iPhone
• Apple investors should prepare for iBummer
• Apple and Microsoft earnings fuel tech rally
• Why Apple shares will jump to $110 this year
Emerging markets at
17-month high: Now what?
5 cities where the world’s ultrawealthy cluster
In defense of soda, an American tradition
A retirement test on which more savers get A’s
The hidden side of
Hillary Clinton Commentary: Darrell Delamaide explains the unknown unknowns of the 2016 election.
Toyota’s FCV sedan: 300 miles without refueling
• Mercedes-Benz S550 plug-in hybrid on its way
• Beyond the yellow brick road: Maserati Ghibli
10 countries where people smoke the most
• E-cigarettes not savior of tobacco industry?
• Tobacco muni bonds face a trying time
Hackers bypass online security at 34 banks
Canada banks map next stages of U.S. invasion
• David Marsh: Why are BRICS starting a bank?
• What to watch for in GM, Ford earnings
• S&P 500 closes at record on strong earnings
• Atlantic City debt cut to junk grade by Moody's
• New Zealand hikes rates by quarter point
• Former Jefferies trader sentenced to two years
• L.A. tree honoring late Beatle killed by beetle
• GM recalls another 717,950 vehicles
• China bailout may avert bond default
• Bank of Spain raises 2014 growth forecast
• Wall Street anxious over Boeing's latest report
• Get ready for lot more mobile commercials
Twitter vows to be more diverse
Twitter just released data on its employees that shows the social network is predominantly white and male.
Senator plagiarized master’s thesis, report says
New York Times reports Montana Sen. John Walsh plagiarized a final paper for his master's degree.
Barney Frank lays into Glass-Steagall
House Financial Services Committee Dodd-Frank hearing features a notable former member.
• CFTC commissioner takes the revolving door
Will Intuitive Surgical’s rally last this time?
Intuitive Surgical's better-than-expected sales power optimism for the highly volatile stock.
IMF forecasting lower rates than Fed does
International Monetary Fund staff says most likely time for the first Fed rate hike is next summer.
Map shows world’s terrorist hot spots
Fatalities tied to terrorism up 30% on previous five-year average.
Israel may be guilty of war crimes: UN official
High commissioner for human rights says military operations in Gaza may amount to war crimes.
• Bloomberg travels to Israel to protest FAA
Bodies of MH17 victims head home
The first plane carrying bodies of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash leaves Ukraine for the Netherlands.
• U.S. makes case against Russians over MH17
• Facebook asks users to report fake MH17 sites
• Malaysia plane downed by top Russian export
• 2 Ukraine fighter jets shot down in rebel area
Americans getting less greedy?
Americans are again opening their wallets and increasing their charitable giving.
Microsoft CEO’s honeymoon continues
Satya Nadella has received the honeymoon treatment from investors, customers and the Wall Street analysts who cover the software giant.
This Apple supplier’s shares are flying high
Manufacturer of high-performance chips is also championing its capability in wearables, says Bill Gunderson.
• Apple patents ‘iTime’ smartwatch
• Apple to suppliers: Gear up for next iPhone
Gauging activist appetite for McDonald’s
Wall Street has now joined Main Street in turning against McDonald’s.
• No bear market in Chipotle burritos
4 ways Gilead’s earnings
will impact us all
Opinion: The maker of a hepatitis C wonder drug illustrates one of the hazards of Obamacare, writes Tim Mullaney.
• Gilead and Sovaldi: It's the moment of truth
• Puma blast-off is not a typical short squeeze
Great Crash of 2016: Why it could happen
Opinion: Yellen has the same instincts as Greenspan, and that means a bubble, contends Paul B. Farrell.
• Lynn: Why markets shrug off geopolitics
• Ashbaugh charts 'slow-motion breakout'
• Arends: When Dow hits 20,000, stocks crash?
• Richard Bernstein: Stock market not a bubble
Why Obamacare ruling means more than it seems
Commentary: The president packs the D.C. court and sets a dangerous precedent, writes Diana Furchtgott-Roth.
industry loses voice of reason
Commentary: Chuck Jaffe looks at the career of Geoff Bobroff.
Top fund’s shareholders missed the party
Paul Merriman is troubled by a fund with great returns that consistently loses money for typical shareholders.
Hong Kong H-shares up 0.5% at 10,871.23
Hong Kong's Hang Seng opens up 0.5% at 24,080.61
Australia's S&P/ASX 200 up 0.1% at 5,580.20 early
Japan's Topix up 0.1% at 1,273.13 in early moves
Japan's Nikkei Average opens 0.1% up at 15,350.28
Japanese yen holds steady after weak trade data
Japan's June imports jump 8.4% from year earlier
Japan's June exports falls 2%, missing forecasts
Japan's Nikkei Average futures up 0.2% on SGX
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