List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2016

Harry Potter audiobooks now selling at insane rate of 345 an hour

Harry Potter audiobooks now selling at insane rate of 345 an hour

So much money has poured into Audible.com’s New Jersey headquarters since the company started selling Harry Potter audiobooks in November, that the wizarding bank Gringott’s may need to open a… Read more »

NewsWatch: Moment of truth arrives for Tesla, Elon Musk

NewsWatch: Moment of truth arrives for Tesla, Elon Musk

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Reaching for the masses dilutes brands, but Tesla may just pull it off with the Model 3. See full story. McDonald’s wants to make China its No…. Read more »

People queue around the world for a Tesla Model 3 they haven’t seen

People queue around the world for a Tesla Model 3 they haven’t seen

Thursday is the first day to preorder Tesla Motors Inc.’s next electric-car model, and people are already lining up for the opportunity. The big reveal on the new Tesla Model… Read more »

Economic Report: Jobless claims rise to 276,000, highest in two months

Economic Report: Jobless claims rise to 276,000, highest in two months

Strong demand for new workers is keeping layoffs low. The number of Americans who applied for unemployment benefits in late March rose by 11,000 to 276,000 and hit the highest… Read more »

Need to Know: Get ready for this market to take flight thanks to tech stocks

Need to Know: Get ready for this market to take flight thanks to tech stocks

It’s the end of the first quarter, and investors are marveling at how dramatically the mood has shifted. “We close out Q1 on a generally upbeat note, and what an… Read more »

Harry Potter audiobooks are selling at the insane rate of 345 an hour

Harry Potter audiobooks are selling at the insane rate of 345 an hour

So much money has poured into Audible.com’s New Jersey headquarters since the company started selling Harry Potter audiobooks in November, that the wizarding bank Gringott’s may need to open a… Read more »

Europe Markets: European stocks struggle as banks drop, with 7% quarterly loss on deck

Europe Markets: European stocks struggle as banks drop, with 7% quarterly loss on deck

European stocks dragged Thursday, with bank shares under pressure while a rise in the euro weighed on exporters, all part of what will be a losing quarter for European blue-chips…. Read more »

McDonald’s wants to make China its No. 2 market, adding more than 1,000 restaurants

McDonald’s wants to make China its No. 2 market, adding more than 1,000 restaurants

McDonald’s says it wants 3,500 restaurants in China alone by 2020, up from 2,200 now. BEIJING—McDonald’s Corp. is adding more than 1,000 restaurants in China and is hunting for an… Read more »

Amotz Asa-El's View from Jerusalem: Populism is coming, and it will be damaging

Amotz Asa-El's View from Jerusalem: Populism is coming, and it will be damaging

JERUSALEM (MarketWatch) — Populism, social anger’s morphine, is in the air again. Bernie Sanders says he will abolish public-university tuition by raising $300 billion worth of taxes from “Wall Street… Read more »

Asia Markets: Chinese stocks edge higher after fresh liquidity

Asia Markets: Chinese stocks edge higher after fresh liquidity

China stocks ended slightly up Thursday as investors weighed new liquidity, a strengthening yuan and fresh concerns over how the country’s markets are operated. China’s Shanghai Composite SHCOMP, +0.11%  ended… Read more »

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