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Subtle Signs You're About to Be Fired

Subtle Signs You're About to Be Fired

For busy and confident executives, some warning signs about a potential layoff are easy to miss. Joann Lublin joins the News Hub with Sara Murray to look at the red flags. Photo: Getty Images.

Apple Orders Massive Number of Bigger iPhones

Apple Orders Massive Number of Bigger iPhones

Apple is preparing for its largest initial production run of iPhones this year, betting that 4.7- and 5.5-inch screens will lure consumers now attracted to similar phones from Samsung and others.

Yahoo Buys Mobile App Flurry

Yahoo Buys Mobile App Flurry

Yahoo is acquiring mobile app analytics provider Flurry for more than $200 million in a bid to boost advertising revenue from smartphones.

Will Driverless Cars Get Cheaper Eyes?

Will Driverless Cars Get Cheaper Eyes?

The cost of lidar, the laser-sensing eyes used in driverless car systems pioneered by Google and others, will have to come sharply down in price and size for autonomous vehicle technology to find its way on the road.

China Imports of Iran Crude Hit High

China Imports of Iran Crude Hit High

China imported a record amount of crude oil from Iran in the first half of the year amid a loosening of U.S. sanctions, furthering increasing the importance of Middle East supplies for the world's No. 2 economy.

Dodd-Frank Law Still Far From Finished

Dodd-Frank Law Still Far From Finished

Four years after President Barack Obama signed landmark legislation aimed at preventing another financial crisis, regulators still haven't implemented key parts.

Sony's Walkman Makes Comeback

Sony's Walkman Makes Comeback

Thirty five years after its debut, Sony's Walkman is enjoying a little comeback. The new $700 Walkman is aimed at premium buyers, as technological advances help more audio-on-the go users head upscale.

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After World Cup, Brazil Ready for 2016 Summer Olympics?

After World Cup, Brazil Ready for 2016 Summer Olympics?

After taking center stage and hosting the 2014 World Cup, are Rio and Brazil on track to be ready to host the 2016 Summer Olympics? WSJ's Paul Kiernan joins Paul Vigna on the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty