List/Grid Monthly Archives: July 2015

A New York startup wants to put a talking dinosaur in your kid’s room

A New York startup wants to put a talking dinosaur in your kid’s room

Children can name the dinosaur and it will respond to that name. A toy company wants to put a talking dinosaur in your kid’s bedroom. Elemental Path, a New York… Read more »

Windows 10 won’t save the PC, but this might

Windows 10 won’t save the PC, but this might

Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 10 launch won’t be the savior the PC industry is seeking — but the death of Windows 7 in a few years might be. The company’s unprecedented… Read more »

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks pressured by slumping oil giants Exxon, Chevron

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks pressured by slumping oil giants Exxon, Chevron

Earnings from energy giants Exxon Mobil and Chevron disappoint investors. U.S. stocks gave up opening modest gains and headed south on Friday as investors grappled with disappointing earnings from energy… Read more »

U.S. funds raise global bond allocation despite expected Fed hike: Reuters poll

U.S. funds raise global bond allocation despite expected Fed hike: Reuters poll

U.S. fund managers raised bond exposure in their model global portfolios and cut their recommended cash allocations to a 14-month low in July, despite the likelihood of a U.S. interest… Read more »

Funds add equities but cut U.S stocks to five-year low as Fed looms

Funds add equities but cut U.S stocks to five-year low as Fed looms

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange July 28, 2015. Reuters/Brendan McDermid – LONDON U.S. equities’ share in global portfolios fell to the lowest in at… Read more »

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures perk up after employment cost data

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures perk up after employment cost data

Earnings from energy giants Exxon Mobil and Chevron disappoint investors. U.S. stock futures turned higher before the opening bell Friday after data showed a measure of labor costs decelerated sharply… Read more »

10 things: 10 things you should never buy again

10 things: 10 things you should never buy again

1. Cable TV Though cable providers still have plenty of subscribers — roughly 101.7 million Americans, in 2014, according to research firm IBISWorld — those numbers are declining. The firm… Read more »

Wage growth probably slowed in second quarter

Wage growth probably slowed in second quarter

By Senior economics reporter Economists forecast that the employment cost index, one of the most closely watched measures of labor costs, likely decelerated in the second quarter. While bad news… Read more »

Movers & Shakers: Chevron, Exxon slump on results; Expedia jumps on hotel-booking growth

Movers & Shakers: Chevron, Exxon slump on results; Expedia jumps on hotel-booking growth

These are the stocks likely to make notable moves in Friday trade: Gainers Expedia Inc. EXPE, +0.69%  after Thursday’s close said it earned $449.6 million, or $3.38 a share, in… Read more »

European fear is profitable for greedy investors

European fear is profitable for greedy investors

With European shares already up 6% since the depths of the Greek-debt panic a month ago and fund flows showing that investors are piling in, the Old Continent might not… Read more »

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