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This Was Supposed to Be a Samsung Galaxy Fold Review
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This Was Supposed to Be a Samsung Galaxy Fold Review

UPDATE: Since we originally published this video, Samsung has delayed the launch of the Galaxy Fold.

Wall Street Journal's Carreyrou talks about Elizabeth Holmes' court appearance
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Wall Street Journal's Carreyrou talks about Elizabeth Holmes' court appearance

CNBC's "Power Lunch" team is joined by Wall Street Journal reported John Carreyrou about Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' appearance in federal court in ...

Why Midwest Flooding Is Particularly Bad This Spring
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Why Midwest Flooding Is Particularly Bad This Spring

The spring 2019 outlook from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration contained a warning: portions of the Midwest were due for major flooding.

Yes, Good Smartphones for $350 or Less
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Yes, Good Smartphones for $350 or Less

At some point, we all decided that smartphones cost $1000 or more. But they don't have to. WSJ's David Pierce surveys the cheap-phone landscape, and finds a ...

Why Robocalls Are Almost Impossible to Stop
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Why Robocalls Are Almost Impossible to Stop

Americans have received billions of robocalls and shelled out untold sums to scammers pretending to be IRS representatives, health-care providers, ...

Low Inflation Haunts the Fed: Here's Why
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Low Inflation Haunts the Fed: Here's Why

Inflation is among the most powerful forces in financial markets. It dictates the supply of money in the economy, and changes interest rates, which are the cost of ...

Inside Sneaker Con: 500% Markups and Millions in Profit
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Inside Sneaker Con: 500% Markups and Millions in Profit

Sneaker Con co-founder Yu-Ming Wu and Hayden Sharitt, a 21-year-old resale business owner, take us inside the industry where some sellers make millions of ...

How the U.S. Is Countering China's Global Push
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How the U.S. Is Countering China's Global Push

Five years into China's massive Belt and Road Initiative, the U.S. is trying to respond to Xi Jinping's infrastructure-building spree. Illustration: Crystal Tai Don't ...

California Home Prices Are Soaring. Here's Why
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California Home Prices Are Soaring. Here's Why

Housing costs in California are rising faster than other states. Between January 2012 and January 2019, list prices for homes rose 85.4%. Here are three of the ...

Living With the Original iPhone... in 2017
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Living With the Original iPhone... in 2017

Back in 2007, the iPhone was revolutionary. But what about using that same phone in 2017? WSJ's Joanna Stern locked up her iPhone 7 and attempted to make ...

The Downfall of Sears, Told From the Inside
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The Downfall of Sears, Told From the Inside

Sears was once America's biggest retailer. Now, it's recently come out of bankruptcy and is struggling to survive. Here, two former employees and one “Sears ...

Why Food-Delivery Apps Could Leave Restaurants Footing the Bill
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Why Food-Delivery Apps Could Leave Restaurants Footing the Bill

America's love for take-out is spurring a boom in food delivery startups. But what's convenient for customers may not be good for restaurants. Here's why. Don't ...

Why Investors Are Obsessed With the Inverted Yield Curve
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Why Investors Are Obsessed With the Inverted Yield Curve

Amid a shaky marketplace, investors are eyeing the yield curve for signs of economic stability. History shows that when the yield curve inverts, a recession may ...

Five Ways the Beer Industry Is Trying to Bounce Back
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Five Ways the Beer Industry Is Trying to Bounce Back

Americans are losing their taste for beer, with consumption sinking about 8.5% between 2010 and 2017. WSJ's Spencer Macnaughton takes a look at how U.S. ...

Will 2019 Be Another Rocky Year for Markets?
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Will 2019 Be Another Rocky Year for Markets?

After starting well, 2018 turned out to be a horrible year for markets. Will 2019 be any better? WSJ's James Mackintosh and Riva Gold chart the outlook.

How China's Rich and Famous Disappear
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How China's Rich and Famous Disappear

A film star, the head of Interpol and one of China's wealthiest investors have gone missing after apparently falling afoul of the Communist Party. The message to ...

AirPower: The Best Gadget Apple Never Made
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AirPower: The Best Gadget Apple Never Made

Apple finally killed off its promised wireless charger, which was meant to simultaneously power up an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods. With the help of ...

Apple Watch: What Living With It Is Really Like
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Apple Watch: What Living With It Is Really Like

Apple's new watch wants to be your all-day helper. But the promise doesn't always match reality. WSJ's Joanna Stern takes you through a full day with the Apple ...

Can the New iPad Pro Be Your Only Computer?
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Can the New iPad Pro Be Your Only Computer?

Apple keeps pushing its high-powered tablet as a laptop replacement, and the newly upgraded version is the hottest contender yet. WSJ's David Pierce puts the ...

Mueller Follows a Long Line of Prosecutors Investigating Presidents
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Mueller Follows a Long Line of Prosecutors Investigating Presidents

Robert Mueller wasn't the U.S.'s first special counsel, and he likely won't be the last. WSJ's Lorie Hirose takes a look at how past presidents have been ...

Tech Confessions: I Miss My Hardware Keyboard | iPhone Keyboards Reviewed
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Tech Confessions: I Miss My Hardware Keyboard | iPhone Keyboards Reviewed

WSJ's Personal Technology Columnist Joanna Stern reviews two new physical keyboards for the iPhone.

Bear Necessities: The Charts That Predict Market Downturns
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Bear Necessities: The Charts That Predict Market Downturns

Is a bear market on the horizon? WSJ markets reporter Riva Gold analyzes the trends that came before the dot-com bubble burst and the financial crisis hit.

Chromebooks Are No Joke
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Chromebooks Are No Joke

Can a sub-$400 Chromebook do the job of a Mac or Windows PC? WSJ Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern finds out. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: ...

Apple's Faulty MacBook Butterfly Keyboard Explained... With Real Butterflies
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Apple's Faulty MacBook Butterfly Keyboard Explained... With Real Butterflies

The third generation of the butterfly keyboard on Apple's Mac laptops was supposed to fix all the problems. But nope. WSJ's Joanna Stern explains why the ...