VIDEO: Things McDonald’s Won’t Tell You

McDonald's may be a fixture in American cities, but there are a few things you probably don't know. MarketWatch's Charles Passy joins Sara Murray on the News Hub. Photo: Getty. (more…)...

VIDEO: Valentine’s Day: A Romantic Drink for Two

Pomegranates, once the "forbidden fruit," serve as a key ingredient in the "Tea for Two," a romantic Valentine's Day cocktail. Seamstress's Pamela Wiznitzer demonstrates on the News Hub. Photo: Getty. (more&...

VIDEO: How Much Is Your College-Football Team Worth?

With the College Football Playoff Championship between Ohio State and Oregon Monday night, WSJ’s Jared Diamond examines which football programs are the most valuable in college football. Photo: Getty. (more&...

VIDEO: Barron’s Buzz: Internet Bust 2.0 Ahead?

Barron's Ben Levinsohn previews the new issue of Barron's, including a look at whether there's another internet bust looming, and why it might be a cheery Christmas for retailers. Photo: AP. (more…)...

VIDEO: UPS, FedEx Gear Up for Holiday Rush

Taking lessons from last year's holiday stumbles, UPS and FedEx are strategizing over how to beat the rush online holiday orders. Laura Stevens reports on the News Hub. Photo: AP. (more…)...

VIDEO: Can Alex Rodriguez Be Punished Again?

A lawyer claims that Alex Rodriguez admitted to steroid use. Can the Yankees player be punished again, days after ending his suspension? WSJ's Dan Barbarisi discusses. Photo: Getty. (more…)...

VIDEO: Cheerleaders vs. NFL Teams: A Fair-Wage Fight

Four of the NFL's 32 teams are entangled in lawsuits filed by former cheerleaders alleging improper pay and bad working conditions. WSJ’s Eric Morath joins the News Hub with details on this new NFL headache. ...

VIDEO: Seattle, Green Bay Kick Off 2014 NFL Season

The NFL's season opens with the Green Bay Packers visiting the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks. WSJ sports editor Geoff Foster joins the News Hub to talk game strategy and teams to watch this sea...

VIDEO: Travel Firm Offers Guided Tours to Iraq

Iraq may not be high on the list of vacation posts, as the Islamic State militant group is making gains there. Yet that is not stopping Lupine Travel from offering guided tours of the country. Company founder a...

VIDEO: Even the New York Jets Are on Tinder

Tinder, the dating app, now counts some of the New York Jets players as users, but the men won't often identify themselves as NFL stars. WSJ's Stu Woo discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray. (more&hellip...

VIDEO: Are Windowless Offices Bad for Your Health?

A new study finds that health issues come along with sitting in artificially-lit offices all day. Study co-author Mohamed Boubekri discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: iStock/06photo. (more&he...

VIDEO: What’s the New Entry-Level Job?

In an effort to cut costs, some firms have also cut entry-level jobs, but there are also a new slew of job openings that didn't exist some years ago. WSJ's Lauren Weber reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray....

VIDEO: Companies Try Fast-Tracking Pay Raises

Forget the annual review. Some companies are giving pay raises and promotions several times a year as way to keep employees engaged. WSJ's Rachel Feintzeig reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty...

VIDEO: LeBron James and Cleveland: Is All Forgiven?

After a famously awkward departure, LeBron James announced he’s returning to Cleveland. The news caused a spike in social media but does that mean all is forgiven? NYU sports management chair Wayne McDonnell di...

VIDEO: Brooklyn Dodgers Items Hit Auction Block

Want to buy Lou Gehrig's autographed baseball glove? It's just one of the items up for auction on July 15 at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Minneapolis. David Hunt, president of Hunt Auctions, joins...