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The Future of Toilets, According to Bill Gates

Bill Gates has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in a mission to reimagine the humble toilet. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, he describes what the future of sanitation may look like. Photo: The Gates Notes
By WSJ
updated09/11/2018 16:11

The Bitcoin Gamble

Last year, Didi Taihuttu sold almost everything he owned, poured it into bitcoin and moved his family into a trailer park. In this episode of Moving Upstream, WSJ’s Thomas Di Fonzo goes on a year-long journey with the “Bitcoin Family” as they bet everything on a decentralized cryptocurrency future.
By WSJ
updated01/11/2018 10:11

Markets Analysis: Three Reasons the Fed Is Raising Interest Rates

President Trump has put the Federal Reserve at the middle of the latest drop in the markets, saying the "Fed has gone crazy." WSJ global economics editor Jon Hilsenrath explores three reasons why the Fed is raising interest rates. Photo: Getty Images.
By WSJ
updated12/10/2018 1:10

Hershey CEO: Be Careful About Changing Iconic Brands

Hershey Chief Executive Michele Buck said food companies have to be careful about tinkering with beloved brands to make them healthier. She is joined by Wall Street Journal reporter Annie Gasparro. Photo: Gabe Palacio for The Wall Street Journal
By WSJ
updated28/09/2018 0:09

Smithfield Foods CEO: Trade Battle With China Needed

Smithfield Foods Chief Executive Kenneth M. Sullivan, left, says the current trade spat with China was needed to improve market access for U.S. pork. He is joined by Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund, and Wall Street Journal reporter Sarah Nassauer. Photo: Gabe Palacio for The Wall Street Journal
By WSJ
updated27/09/2018 21:09

A Bull Among Bears: U.S. Soars, Emerging Markets Struggle

After the financial crisis, investors sought higher returns in risky emerging markets. Today, the money is flowing back to the U.S. What went wrong for countries such as Argentina and Turkey, and could it get worse? Photo composite: Crystal Tai/iStock
By WSJ
updated14/09/2018 12:09

Warren Buffett Explains the 2008 Financial Crisis

A decade after the financial crisis, billionaire investor Warren Buffett explains what was behind the 2008 mayhem, what we can do to limit the damage and opportunities missed last time.
By WSJ
updated06/09/2018 12:09

Your Portfolio Might Change Following This Sector Shuffle

Alphabet and Facebook will no longer be part of the tech sector once S&P and MSCI change the way they classify companies.
By WSJ
updated31/08/2018 23:08

Your Portfolio Might Change Following This Sector Shuffle

Alphabet and Facebook will no longer be part of the tech sector once S&P and MSCI change the way they classify companies.
By WSJ
updated31/08/2018 23:08

Mixed Drinks: How Do They Taste?

Black cherry with tarragon, blood orange cold-brew coffee are some of the unusual flavor combinations that beverage companies are creating to woo customers. But what do they taste like? A panel of colleagues blindly tasted some to find out.
By WSJ
updated26/08/2018 14:08

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