Bitcoin is attracting attention as a wildly volatile, all-digital currency. How does it work? How are criminals taking advantage of it? How risky an investment is it? In this Bitcoin explainer, WSJ's Jason Bellini has "The Short Answer."
On the anniversary of its IPO, mobile is taking off on Facebook. So why did revenue decline last quarter? WSJ's Jason Bellini has "The Short Answer." Image: Getty
will.i.am is a producer, entrepreneur, and founding member of Black Eyed Peas. But he is also a creative innovation director for Intel. In an excerpt from a longer interview with WSJ's Christopher John Farley, will.i.am explains his role at Intel and the
In a clip from a longer interview, producer and Black Eyed Peas founded will.i.am discusses digital music and how musicians can make money in an era of free and cheap downloads and YouTube.
David Beckham, one of the world’s most famous soccer players, is to retire. Mr. Beckham, who is currently playing for French team Paris Saint-Germain, will hang up his boots when the soccer season in France ends later this month. Photo: Getty Images
Alcatel One Touch is new to the U.S. smartphone scene. Unfortunately, its first release doesn't leave a good impression.
Google Inc. opened its sixth annual Google I/O conference for software developers on Wednesday. MarketWatch's Dan Gallgaher discusses the highlights from the event. (Photo: Getty Images)
will.i.am is a music producer, rapper, singer, member of The Black Eyed Peas and entrepreneur. In an exclusive interview with WSJ's Christopher John Farley, he discusses his new album #willpower, his role as a consultant for Intel, and the challenges faci
Sapphires, rubies, and emeralds. The $10 billion gem industry is shrouded in beauty and mystery. Is change about to come? Patrick Barta reports for WSJ Money. (Photo: AP)
The results of the 2013 The Wall Street Journal/Hay Group survey of CEO compensation show that CEO pay at 300 big U.S. companies rose only a median 3.6%, suggesting that decades of steady increases in CEO pay may be leveling off. WSJ's Scott Thurm reports
Don't think you can rock colorful eyeliner? You thought wrong! This spring make-up trend is making waves on eyelids across the country. Wall Street Journal reporter Elizabeth Holmes visits Make Up For Ever in NYC.
A new study by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Health Research Institute shows it will be cheaper for employers and employees alike for companies to offer health coverage.
MarketWatch's Laura Mandaro discusses how to prevent falling for false advertising or unrealistic claims by the weight-loss industry. (Photo: Getty Images)
Ahead of the season finale, "The Big Bang Theory" co-star Simon Helberg speaks to WSJ's Alexandra Cheney on his character Howard's emotional growth spurt.
The HeartMath Inner Balance Sensor and Tinke by Zensorium are devices that digitally monitor heart rate and breathing patterns. WSJ's Katherine Boehret says they're ideal tools for busy people to stay heart-healthy.
An orange-colored fungus called coffee-leaf rust has swept through coffee fields from Mexico to Panama, where some of the world’s rarest beans are grown, driving up prices. WSJ's Leslie Josephs reports via #WorldStream