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Opinion: When a company splits its stock, it usually means management is bullish, writes Mark Hulbert.
• Good riddance, Scotland: We don’t need you
• Origins and implications of Scottish referendum
• Protect your portfolio against a Scottish exit
• Weidner: Banks showing true colors in Scotland
• Scotland readling from the Norway playbook
University of California’s Napolitano defends
• Best university in the world? MIT (24/7 Wall St.)
A ‘girl face’ can damage your ability to negotiate
AT&T CEO calls right skills elusive among workers
LinkedIn CEO: Good boss is willing to lose you
• 5 weird habits of happy employees
Hate annuities? 7 reasons to change your mind
• Why a robo-adviser might be right for you
• How value investing grows your nest egg
• What millennials can teach boomers
Buy Tesla on the dip, analyst recommends
Global Equities analyst Trip Chowdry suggests the tumble in Tesla’s share price on Monday has provided an attractive entry point for investors.
• Morgan Stanley pumps the brakes on Tesla
Behind Allergan’s move to allow meeting on Valeant
• Half of China’s wealthy want to emigrate
• Web sentiment dives on Urban Outfitters
• Chinese foreign direct investment at 4-year low
• Sears borrows $400 mln from CEO’s hedge fund
• Calpers to exit hedge funds
• U.N. will ask for $1 billion to contain Ebola
• Eli Lilly, AstraZeneca join forces vs. Alzheimer's
What’s your question for Janet Yellen?
Leave us a question for Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, and MarketWatch may put it directly to her.
• How to profit from biggest Fed bubble
• Posen talks about Scotland, the Fed and Japan
• Only two words will matter at Fed meeting
Technical cross currents ahead of Fed
Analysis: Market bulls remain on offense despite Fed-related volatility, reports Michael Ashbaugh.
• Market pullbacks present promise, not peril
Poverty rate falls as middle incomes stall
The poverty rate may be falling, but the typical American household isn’t getting any richer.
• A third of U.S. worries about money all the time
Here’s what millennials want when buying a home
Housing and mortgage industries can't wait for millennials to follow up on their desire to buy.
• How your home can help pay for retirement
• 7 things wrong with your house
• 10 best cities for millennials to buy a home
• The worst thing about getting a mortgage
• 'Scared' lenders making mortgages tougher
U.S. makes first ISIS airstrike in Iraq
Stepped-up campaign against Islamic State militants begins as U.S. planes hit a single fighting position.
Alibaba raises IPO price range to $66 to $68 a share
Alibaba says it's raising its initial public offering range because of strong demand from investors.
• Alibaba IPO is a bonanza for select firms
• Alibaba IPO creates ‘monster’ buzz on Twitter
• Herein lies the secret to Alibaba’s success
• J.J. Zhang: Alibaba bet better placed on Yahoo
Apple hack: How to pry U2 off your iTunes
Not everybody was happy to get that free U2 album from Apple. Here's how you can free your iTunes account of this.
Will iPhone 6 delays leave you phone-less? Check out the updated trade-in policies from mobile carriers and trade-in sites.
• Preordered iPhones won’t arrive till October
• On to the ‘Internet of Things’ (24/7 Wall St.)
• 10 things Apple won’t dare to tell you
Apple hit by talk of iPhone delay in China
Reports that iPhone 6 may not hit China stores this year cost the stock.
Why Microsoft is paying big money for ‘Minecraft’
Opinion: The $2.5 billion deal for Mojang could help the Xbox maker replicate its success with "Halo," writes Therese Poletti.
• Windows is the main play with ‘Minecraft’ deal
Goldman, Citi, others release stress tests
Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and others release details about how a severe recession might affect them.
BlackRock wants to reform trading
Fund giant BlackRock has sent its wish list of stock-market reform to the SEC. Here's what the firm recommends.
Cash in on China’s corruption crackdown
Commentary: Some stocks have taken a hit, and they’re sure to rebound soon, writes Michael Brush.
Emerging-market move is far
Trading Deck: Emerging market stocks are currently outperforming U.S. equities, writes Michael Gayed.
• Can we still hit 2050 in 2014?
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