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10 Things You Need To Know Before The Opening Bell (DIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ)

Good morning! Here are a couple things worth knowing. Japan's Not Doing Great. Industrial production activity unexpectedly fell by 0.6% in November. Economists were expecting a 0.8% gain. "Industrial production fluctuates indecisively," Japan's industry ministry said in its report. Japan Can't Get Prices Up. Show More Summary

Christmas Lights in Google+

Mr. Jingles has some new Christmas lights. Open the Google+ notifications pane in Google+ and in many other Google services, mark as read all the notifications and click the bell icon to see the lights. "All these colorful lights should surely help Santa find me," says Mr. Jingles. Here's the animation: And here are last year's festive costumes. Merry Christmas!

Opening Bell: 12.17.14

Plunging Ruble Unsettles Russians, Poses Test for Putin (WSJ) As Russian President Vladimir Putin has ratcheted up the conflict with the West for most of the year, the economic fallout on ordinary Russians has been limited. Suddenly, though, the plunging ruble is reawakening fears of rising prices and the kind of financial crisis Mr. Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 12.16.14

Cohen Seeks Law Experts For Fund (Dealbook) The billionaire investor, who managed to fend off a criminal insider trading investigation of himself, if not of his former hedge fund, is looking for a former prosecutor and several agents...Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 12.15.14

Bigger Is Better for Retaining Junior Analysts, Report Says (WSJ) The study found that one-third of investment-banking analysts who started working at the biggest U.S. banks in 2012 remained with the same firm this year. At smaller boutique banks, only about half that percentage—17%—stayed on after two years. Show More Summary

New Relic’s Lew Cirne: Every Company is a Software Company

New Relic founder and Chief Executive Lew Cirne rang the opening bell on the NYSE with company employees and his parents and saw his company's shares climb.

Hortonworks starts trading at $24 per share, jumping 50% as investors swoon over big data

Big data software company Hortonworks went public on the Nasdaq this morning, and the stock was trading at $24 per share following the opening bell. That’s a nice start. Hortonworks, which sells a distribution of the Hadoop open-source software for storing, processing, and analyzing lots of different kinds of data, raised $100 million and priced […]

Opening Bell: 12.12.14

Critics See Overreach in Prosecutors’ Insider-Trading PushPicking at Prosecutors’ Push (WSJ) In the wake of Wednesday’s ruling, parties on both sides of the issue were sifting through the fallout and advocating their positions. Defense...Show More Summary

Camilla Belle Looks Even More Classy Wearing Omega Watch

Camilla Belle is stunning in a dress while attending the Omega store opening at Miami Design District Aranda/Lasch-designed Palm Court on Wednesday (December 10) in Miami, Fla. “Thank you @omega for tonight !! #miami #mastercoaxial @omegawatches,” the 28-year-old actress wrote on Instagram later in the night. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Camilla Belle [...]

Taco Bell Plans to Put a Chalupa in Every Corner of the Globe With 3,300 New Stores

There will soon be Taco Bell locations in Japan, Peru, Poland, and beyond. Taco Bell wants to make sure the entire globe lives más. According to a press release, the home of the waffle taco plans to open 1,300 international locations...Show More Summary

Lending Club starts trading on the NYSE at a high $24.75 per share

Lending Club this morning kicked off a parade of tech IPOs this week, with executives hitting the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange and then watching the stock price soar way above prices they had set. At around 10:41 a.m. Eastern the stock exceeded $25. The IPO is being closely watched because it […]

Opening Bell: 12.10.14

Harvard Business School Professor Goes to War Over $4 Worth of Chinese Food (Boston) Ben Edelman is an associate professor at Harvard Business School, where he teaches in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets unit. Ran Duan manages...Show More Summary

Belle & Sebastian – “Nobody’s Empire” Video

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

“Nobody’s Empire,” the second single and video from Belle & Sebastian’s Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance, is also the album’s opening song. Furthermore, Stuart Murdoch calls it “absolutely the most personal [song] I’ve ever written,” telling the story of his health problems as a child. It’s unmistakably a Belle & Sebastian song, leaning toward [...]

Opening Bell: 12.9.14

PwC sold ‘tax avoidance on industrial scale’ (FT) MPs accused a firm of accountants of “selling tax avoidance on an industrial scale” on Monday after a tense parliamentary hearing sparked by the leak of hundreds of Luxembourg tax rulings. Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 12.8.14

UBS Turns to Artificial Intelligence to Advise Clients (Bloomberg) UBS, facing the threat of competition from Google Inc. (GOOGL) and Inc., has turned to a Singapore-based technology company that uses artificial intelligence for help delivering personalized advice to the bank’s wealthy clients. Show More Summary

Le'Veon Bell matches Walter Payton's record

The Pittsburgh running back totaled 235 yards against Cincinnati. It was a big day for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who broke the fourth quarter wide open against the Cincinnati Bengals and earned a huge 42-21 win. Running back Le'Veon Bell...Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 12.5.14

JPMorgan Said to Place U.S. Mortgage Securities Trader on Leave (Bloomberg) JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) put another of its mortgage-bond traders on leave, the latest in a string of suspensions amid regulatory scrutiny of the market, according to three people with knowledge of the move. Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 12.4.14

Sony Hackers Expose Rogen’s Pay Along With Deloitte Salaries (Bloomberg) Hackers who took over Sony Pictures computers released the budget for “The Interview,” the Seth Rogen comedy about North Korea, adding to a breach that exposed pay at Deloitte Touche and studio head Michael Lynton’s credit-card number. Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 12.3.14

Fall of the Bond King: How Gross Lost Empire as Pimco Cracked (Bloomberg) To stop the reports, Gross set up interrogations of members of the investment committee, managing directors, and lower-ranking money managers. He carried around a three-ring binder of printed-out e-mails and hand-written notes to find out who was talking to the press. Show More Summary

Reese Witherspoon Warbles Through “Random Phrase Christmas Carols” On “The Tonight Show”

I find the holidays generally pretty depressing, but oddly enough, I LOVE Christmas music. Like, I could listen to it year round. Nothing lifts my spirits like the opening bars of “Jingle Bell Rock” and “Silent Night.” Reese Witherspoon is also a fan of Christmas carols, so she agreed to sing “Silent Night” on “The [...]

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