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Tech Rewind: Weird Week for Social Stocks... Lookin' at You, Facebook, Twitter — It was a weird week for social stocks as Facebook and Twitter both spooked investors with their quarterly results -- this is your tech rewind of the week. The two social giants booked quarterly results that largely matched Wall Street expectations, but both companies revealed slowed user growth numbers that frightened investors, sending both stocks down more than 9% and 10% respectively on the news.
Oct 31, 2014

RT @natisangulorico: #TechRewind: Weird Week for Social Stocks... I'm Lookin' at You, Facebook, Twitter via @foxbusiness $FB $TWTR

Virginia distilleries ask Gov. Terry McAuliffe to pull back on plan to raise liquor prices — More than a dozen Virginia distilleries are asking Gov. Terry McAuliffe to nix a plan to raise prices at state-owned liquor stores. Earlier this month, McAuliffe directed the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to increase liquor prices as part of a move to close a $2.4 billion budget gap, garnering concerns from consumers and industry alike.
Oct 31, 2014

Virginia distilleries ask Gov. Terry McAuliffe to pull back on plan to raise liquor prices:

Risk on: Are we done with correction? — BNP Head of U.S. Cash Equity Trading Darren Wolfberg and BNP Head of U.S. Credit Strategy Mark Howard discuss how the Bank of Japan's fresh round of stimulus is contributing to Wall Street's performance.

Natural gas key for U.S. energy? — BNP Paribas Natural Gas Strategist Teri Viswanath says weather will have a major impact on whether gas prices will go higher or lower.

Dow hits all-time high — BNP Head of U.S. Cash Equity Trading Darren Wolfberg, BNP Head of U.S. Credit Strategy Mark Howard, and S&P Capital Chief Equity Strategist Sam Stovall discuss how to allocate capital in today's market.

Japan stimulus treat for the markets — BNP Paribas Global Head of Market Economics Paul Mortimer-Lee and Danske Bank Chief Analyst Lars Christensen explain the impact of Bank of Japan's surprise decision to expand its massive asset-purchase stimulus program.

Bank of Japan Delivers Halloween Treat for Wall Street — Stock futures surged Friday, pointing to a big opening for Wall Street on Friday, after the Bank of Japan delivered a stimulus surprise that powered gains for global equity markets. Later, investors will get a batch of U.S. data, including consumer spending and a Chicago-area manufacturing survey.
Oct 31, 2014

Bank of Japan Delivers Halloween Treat for Wall Street It's trick you morons, hah hah heh?

Midwest Manufacturing Activity Rises in October — Filed under: Earnings, Telecommunications, Music & EntertainmentGetty Images for SiriusXMRadio service company SiriusXM Holdings (SIRI) reported a better-than-expected 9.9 percent rise in...
Oct 31, 2014

Midwest Manufacturing Activity Rises in October | Fox Business via @foxbusiness

7 Not-So-Usual Ways to Make Extra Money — When it comes to earning extra cash you have to think beyond a second job. Seasonal jobs may be aplenty this time of year, but for cash-strapped consumers there are a ton of other ways to beef up your bank account if a part-time gig is not an option.

Clinton vs. Bush 2016? — FBN's Deirdre Bolton, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, small business expert Susan Solovic and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on jobs and whether Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush will run for President in 2016.

Jefferies Loses Clients In Wake of Messy Scandal — Investment bank Jefferies and Co. (NYSE: JEF) has lost as many as five clients in the wake of ugly revelations related to a messy divorce case involving one of the firm's top health care bankers, the FOX Business Network has learned.
Oct 30, 2014

RT @CGasparino: FBN NEWS: Jefferies loses some clients amid banker divorce allegations via @FoxBusiness...

Oct 30, 2014

FBN NEWS: Jefferies loses some clients amid banker divorce allegations via @FoxBusiness...

Defense is the best offense for your portfolio — Caz Investments CIO Christopher Zook and Pension Partners Director of Research Charlie Bilello discuss where to put your money in today's market.
Oct 30, 2014

Markets rocketed higher today. Is now precisely the time to play Defense? These guys make that case

Dr. Cosgrove: We had over 500 volunteers to help with Ebola — Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove on the return of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers and America's handling of Ebola.
Oct 30, 2014

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New kind of screen time — Osmo CEO Pramod Sharma on creating new educational technology for children to play on their iPad.

Chevrolet Turns World Series Hiccup Into Home Run — The World Series MVP presentation didn't go exactly as planned, but Chevrolet is running with it. Rikk Wilde, a regional zone manager at Chevrolet, was tasked with handing the keys to a new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck to Madison Bumgarner, whose San Francisco Giants won the decisive Game 7 against the Kansas City Royals.

What we can learn from VC ‘unicorns’ — True Bridge Capital Partners Co-Founder Edwin Poston discusses Marc Andreessen and Alan Patricof's advice for making money in tech.

Bears Hunt Down Oil, Gold, Soybean Markets — It was another wild week in the commodities markets, with oil continuing to make big moves. Oil futures tumbled to fresh 28-month lows earlier in the week as traders continue to worry about an abundant supply.
Oct 30, 2014

RT @VictoriaCraig: Bears tightened their grip on oil, made a grab for gold as prices in both made big moves this week. By @julieverhage

Cleaning up after Ebola — Bio-recovery Corp. Chief Safety Officer Sal Pain breaks down what was entailed in cleaning up Dr. Spencer's NYC apartment and Gutter Bowling Alley.

Apple Pay rival CurrentC hacked — FBN's Liz MacDonald on CurrentC payments systems security breach.