In an interview with WSJ.Money managing editor Neil Parmar, Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, discusses how young leaders are being tapped to shape economic debates. Photo: Getty
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A big ‘whoops’ caused a market hiccup earlier Monday when the Institute for Supply Management sent out incorrect figures for May manufacturing. Steve Russolillo joins the News Hub with details. Photo: AP.
The new issue of Barron’s looks at IBM’s turnaround strategy, plus what’s new about bank stocks. Jack Hough joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
Emma Moody takes a look at which stocks traders will be watching during market action, including Express, Lions Gate, and Big Lots.
Polya Lesova takes a look at which stocks traders will be watching during market action, including Valeant Phramaceuticals, Toll Brothers, and Michael Kors. Photo: AP.
The pet food industry is seeing a boom in meals that require preparation or use “human grade” ingredients. WSJ’s Ellen Byron discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty Images.
Barron’s editor Jack Hough previews the new issue of Barron’s, including a cover story looking at the frenzy in deals so far this year.
Polya Lesova takes a look at which stocks traders will be watching during market action, including Tiffany & Co., Netflix, and Lowe’s. Photo: Getty.
AT’s move to buy DirectTV could boost AT’s financials but what will the impact on consumers be? MarketWatch’s Quentin Fottrell joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty Images.
Jack Hough previews Barron’s report on top hedge funds and explains why Larry Robbins’ Glenview Offshore Opportunity landed at the top of the list. Photo: Roger Hagadone for Barron’s. Photo: Roger Hagadone for Barron’s.
General Motors’ board hired a law firm to review why it wasn’t initially informed of cars stalling due to a faulty ignition switch, after CEO Mary Barra began her own investigation into the company’s handling...