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Jessica Alba’s Honest Co. Gets $70 Million in Financing
Jessica Alba’s Honest Co. Gets $70 Million in Financing

The WSJ’s Lee Hawkins discusses the strong likelihood that Jessica Alba’s non-toxic products company, Honest Company, will do an initial public offering after an announcement that the company received a $70 million round of financing from venture capital investors. Photo: Getty Images

Are Reclining Seats a Right or a Privilege?
Are Reclining Seats a Right or a Privilege?

A United Airlines flight was forced to land early on Sunday when two passengers got into a brawl of the use of a gadget that doesn’t let seats recline. WSJ’s Scott McCartney joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero with tips on navigating the recliner debate. Photo: Getty

Pharma CEO: 'Don’t Follow the Markets'
Pharma CEO: 'Don’t Follow the Markets'

Leonard Schleifer of Regeneron says he takes the long-term view. Photo: Jennifer Weiss for The Wall Street Journal

How to Get an Emmys Makeup Look
How to Get an Emmys Makeup Look

Mai Quynh created the makeup for Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt for the Emmys, as well as Chloe Grace Moretz's look the VMAs. She joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero with red carpet make up tips. Photo: Getty

How Much Can You Get for Your Old iPhone?
How Much Can You Get for Your Old iPhone?

With a new iPhone expected from Apple in the next several weeks, several retailers and trade-in companies are offering cash and gift cards for older iPhones. WSJ's Rani Molla breaks down the numbers on digits.

Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire
Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire

Israel has agreed to an open-ended cease-fire in its seven-week military confrontation with Hamas. Negotiations on details of the accord are to resume in Cairo in coming days. Center for Strategic and International Studies program director Jon Alterman discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray.

The Most Hated Car in America
The Most Hated Car in America

Some drivers may gaze lovingly at their sedan but not if they own some of the most disliked cars in the U.S., according to a new survey. American Customer Satisfaction Index's Forrest Morgesen and MarketWatch's Catey Hill discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray.

Why Small Boards Are Better for Investors
Why Small Boards Are Better for Investors

Smaller boards are a better deal for investors, according to an analysis for The Wall Street Journal by governance researchers GMI Ratings. WSJ's management reporter Joann Lublin discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray.

Kurdish Forces Push to Retake Territory From ISIS
Kurdish Forces Push to Retake Territory From ISIS

Islamic State militants are using mines and IEDs to thwart Kurdish Peshmerga forces trying to dislodge them from positions in northern Iraq. WSJ's Tamer El-Ghobashy reports from the scene.

Israel and Hamas Agree to Open-Ended Cease-Fire and More News
Israel and Hamas Agree to Open-Ended Cease-Fire and More News

What’s News: An open-ended ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas takes effect. American Airlines withdraws its fares from Orbitz sites. Best Buy predicts tough holiday season. Joanne Po reports. Photo: Getty Images

Expect Higher Grocery Bills This Fall
Expect Higher Grocery Bills This Fall

This fall is expected to bring a new jumps in grocery prices, and a new level of sticker shock to shoppers. WSJ's Ellen Byron joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to discuss how shoppers can handle their budgets. Photo: Mike Bradley for the Wall Street Journal

How to Clean Up Your Messy Email Inbox
How to Clean Up Your Messy Email Inbox

You don’t have to sit there and hit delete and unsubscribe all day. WSJ Personal Technology Columnist Joanna Stern tests services that let you sweep out unwanted marketing emails without breaking a sweat. Photo/Video: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal.

What to Do About Assad?
What to Do About Assad?

American Enterprise Institute Senior Fellow John Bolton on whether the Obama Administration needs the Syrian dictator’s help to defeat ISIS. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Close Encounters with China’s PLA
Close Encounters with China’s PLA

American Enterprise Senior Fellow John Bolton on the People’s Liberation Army latest provocation in the South China Sea. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Right to Work Laws May Be Expanding to Your City
Right to Work Laws May Be Expanding to Your City

Heritage Foundation Senior Policy Analyst James Sherk on the legal case for expanding worker freedom laws to localities. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Obama, the Perfect War President
Obama, the Perfect War President

Best of The Web Columnist James Taranto on how the President’s reluctance to fight wars may boost domestic support for renewed U.S. involvement in Iraq. Photo credit: Getty Images.

A ‘Smart TV’ That Helps You Cut Out Cable
A ‘Smart TV’ That Helps You Cut Out Cable

Cable cutters may save money, but they have a harder time getting all the shows they want. That’s why Personal Tech Columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler likes the new Roku TV, a smart set that’s also one of the cheapest.

Berkshire to Pay U.S. Tax Rate on Burger King Deal
Berkshire to Pay U.S. Tax Rate on Burger King Deal

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is investing $3 billion in the Burger King-Tim Hortons deal, and will pay the U.S. corporate tax rate on any income it receives from the merger. WSJ's Anupreeta Das reports on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty

Amazon Buys Internet Video Game Channel Twitch
Amazon Buys Internet Video Game Channel Twitch

Amazon has acquired Twitch Interactive, a popular Internet video channel for broadcasting and watching people play video games. WSJ looks at the rapid growth of video games as a spectator sport.

Pentagon Prepares for Syria Strikes and More News
Pentagon Prepares for Syria Strikes and More News

What's News: U.S. lays groundwork to gather intelligence on Islamic State with surveillance flights in Syria. Burger King buying Tim Horton's and plans Canada move for tax inversion purposes. Amazon to acquire video game broadcaster Twitch Interactive. Lee Hawkins reports. Photo: Getty

Companies Say ‘No Way’ to ‘Say on Pay’
Companies Say ‘No Way’ to ‘Say on Pay’

Corporate America features the renegades of executive pay: two dozen companies, including Oracle, RadioShack and Nabors Industries, that keep giving top officers sky-high pay packages and luxury perks despite shareholder ire. Emily Chasan joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.

How Ballmer Went From Microsoft CEO to NBA Owner
How Ballmer Went From Microsoft CEO to NBA Owner

Monica Langley joins MoneyBeat with the story of how ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer became what many consider the highest-profile owner in the NBA. Photo: Stuart Palley for The Wall Street Journal.

Amazon Among Stocks to Watch
Amazon Among Stocks to Watch

Investors eye Amazon, Best Buy and DSW stock Tuesday morning. MarketWatch's Sital Patel joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty

Winners and Losers at the Emmy Awards
Winners and Losers at the Emmy Awards

'Modern Family' and 'Breaking Bad' swept the Emmys, meanwhile Netflix shows 'Orange is the New Black' and 'House of Cards' were snubbed. TVGuide.com Special Projects Editor Robyn Ross joins Simon Constable to discuss. Photo: Getty