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Commodities Corner: OPEC may condemn the world to an oil glut for years as big meeting looms
If OPEC doesn’t change its output ceiling, the global glut of oil is sure to stick around for a long time.
The Wall Street Journal: The 2015 Corvette Z06 convertible: Aero Meets Eros
Corvette’s track-worthy Z06 convertible may become a collector car for the ages.
The Wall Street Journal: Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley announces 2016 White House bid
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley launched an underdog presidential bid Saturday morning based on the proposition that his brand of liberal politics is what the Democratic Party and the country need now.
NewsWatch: Twitter has #AdviceforYoungTraders who’ve never seen a Fed rate hike
“Never play macho man with the market.” “Identify your risk tolerance.” “If you’re afraid — don’t do it. If you’re doing it — don’t be afraid.” The #AdviceForYoungTraders hashtag went viral on Twitter Friday, as young, inexperienced traders are bracing for the first interest-rate hike of their careers.
Behind the Storefront: Will customers pay more to eat less fake food?
Consumers in larger and larger numbers are letting companies know that they don’t want the same food they used to, and the push for fresher, healthier and more recognizable ingredients has many food and restaurant companies changing the way they do business.
Economic Report: City-by-city look at house prices, as San Francisco surges again
Here’s a city-by-city look at house prices, as the S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city composite showed a 0.9% monthly gain for March and a 5% year-on-year gain.
Capitol Report: Three times rotten? A recovery hasn’t seen this many dips since the 1950s
The U.S. economy has fallen into negative territory three times since the current recovery began in mid-2009, a dubious feat that last occurred more than a half a century ago. What’s to blame for the most up-and-down recovery since the mid-1950s?
The Margin: U.S. launched cyberattack on North Korea’s nuke program: Reuters
The U.S. tried to attack North Korea’s nuclear weapons program using a version of the Stuxnet computer virus about five years ago, but failed.
5 things to know from Google’s conference this week
Google announces plans to get deeper into virtual reality, and a new Android operating system at its developer conference.
Slide Show: 10 most popular national parks for camping
The 10 most-popular national parks for camping in 2014.