• No more living on the wrong side of the tracks
Mayweather looks to the Oracle for 900% punch
Ultra-flashy prize fighter Floyd Mayweather Jr. seeks advice from Warren Buffett on investing.
• How much do tennis pros make vs. others?
Here’s what Chinese solar-panel makers predict
• How China is keeping a lid on U.S. gas prices
‘Bubble’ talk as Snapchat hits $10 billion valuation
• Twitter CEO: Snapchat’s valuation ‘not absurd’
• Snapchat gets $10 billion valuation
Forget bedbugs — these bugs are bigger worries
• 10 businesses profiting from germaphobia
• Scientists seek to map bedbug genome
The most hated car company in America is ...
• Guess who owns the world’s only purple Tesla?
• Google car may mean cheaper car insurance
Passive investing will keep gaining ground: Vanguard
• Passive investing is now the mainstream
Why Ferguson, Mo., matters for investors Opinion: The friction between protesters and police in this St. Louis suburb is also about economic opportunity, writes David Weidner.
• Who wants to invest in Ferguson, Mo., now?
• The Ferguson, Mo., you don’t know
• 10 good things you don’t know about Ferguson
• Ferguson’s rage has roots in China, Mexico
• U.K. economy to grow 3.2%: business group
• Qantas posts record loss; sees profit ahead
• French unemployment hits new record
• FBI probes possible hacking at J.P. Morgan
• China may open stock market to new nations
• Yelp, WebMD on Goldman’s M&A list
• Bond yields move to historic lows in Germany
• H-P surpasses IBM as No. 1 in server sales
• Asian stock markets: Latest quotes
Who loses if Russia shuts gas valve?
As winter nears and tensions in Ukraine mount, Russia gives EU countries another reason to worry: natural gas.
• Russia plans to halt gas flow to EU: Ukraine
• Explosion shakes BP refinery in Indiana
Alibaba’s new U.S. perch for M&A
Opinion: Alibaba's new U.S. headquarters in San Francisco has a lofty view of the local startups, notes Therese Poletti.
• Alibaba profit, revenue surge ahead of IPO
• Alibaba's home-buying ‘rewards program’
• China’s housing plunge sparks clashes
Millennials paying for things the wrong way
Debit cards offer fewer protections and rewards and don’t help young people build credit.
• E-cigarettes hooking more high school kids
• Parents, stop paying off kids’ student loans
Top market timer
Insight: Mark Hulbert looks at the latest from Sam Eisenstadt, one of the best at calling the market.
• What S&P did last 2 times Fed started hiking
• Who’ll hike rates first: Fed or Bank of England?
• Don’t ignore the ‘buts’ in Draghi hints at QE
Four traps wrecking your retirement
There are many ways to undermine retirement savings, but these four traps are easy to avoid, says Paul Merriman.
• Estate-planning issues when age gap is large
L.A. may hike its minimum wage
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (pictured) reportedly wants to raise the city's minimum wage to $13.25 an hour.
• Joe Biden heads to secret fundraisers
• ‘Iron is hot’ to act on tax inversions, Levin says
Facebook’s worst enemy? Not Google
Shares of Facebook have rallied close to 40% this year, but the bull run could stall early next year.
• Twitch users like watching others play games
• Morrissey book outsells Amazon phone
Big U.S. banks prepare to make even more money
Analysis: A rise in interest rates will help them earn billions more, writes Phil van Doorn.
Deficit to hit $506 billion if no new laws: CBO
Congressional Budget Office raises its forecast by $14 billion.
Why Indian stocks are a buy right now
Opinion: Long-awaited economic reforms will propel economic growth for years, writes investment strategist Henry To.
Germany must soften as France falls apart
Opinion: Building tensions point to a schism among three main members of the EMU, says David Marsh.
• Scotland casts a chill on U.K. stocks
• Baltics are hidden gems; Lithuania is a jewel
How to protect against risk after S&P 2,000
Trading Deck: Protect profit from a potential gap down, writes Thomas H. Kee Jr.
• V-shaped rebounds have become the norm
• Chart that stock bulls don’t want you to see
• Bulls in no danger of running off a cliff
In a leaderless world, capitalists are taking control
Opinion: Paul B. Farrell lays out six stages to a world where the leaders are presidents of a company, not a nation.
• Fed is under pressure about lack of jobs
• Civilization must fight radical Islamism
• U.S. preps for surveillance flights over Syria
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