Jobs Data Reveal Only So Much

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Ahead of the Tape: The latest employment numbers offer reasons for optimism. But as a market-timing tool, the figures come with an important catch.

Charter Schools Find Smarter Way to Borrow

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An extended rally in municipal bonds is helping Gloria Bonilla-Santiago grow the Camden, N.J., charter-school network she founded in 1997.

The Best and Worst of 2014 Marketing

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Advertisers found an array of new places to pitch their products in 2014, but that has added to the clutter facing consumers.

American Apparel Is Pressed to Weigh Alternatives

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Hedge fund Lion Capital pressed struggling retailer American Apparel Inc. to consider options including a sale of the company.

Hollywood Ends Weak Year Strongly

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Hollywood got a welcome holiday gift to end a poor year at the box office, as ‘Unbroken’ and ‘Into the Woods’ both posted strong openings while the third and final ‘Hobbit’ movie remained No. 1.

A Wi-Fi Problem for Hotels?

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An industry group that includes Marriott has petitioned the FCC for guidance on whether hotels are acting within the law when they disable unauthorized Wi-Fi access points set up on their properties.

Prosecco Enjoys Bubbly Times

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Champagne’s Italian-made cousin boosts sales for sparkling wine-industry.

Sony's 'The Interview' Racks Up Online Views

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“The Interview” has been streamed or downloaded more than two million times since it became available last Wednesday, Sony Pictures said Sunday, boasting of high demand for the controversial comedy.

Ferrari Signals Change Ahead

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The era of waiting months for a new Ferrari may be winding down. The auto maker’s chairman wants to crank up production to capitalize on the exotic sports car’s scarcity premium even as wait times are already falling.

Retailers Save the Discounts for Bargain Hunters

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There is a growing gap in retailing between those who get discounts and those who don’t. Call it the discount divide.

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