Released by Activision this week, ‚Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3‘ shattered game sales records, earning over $400 million in twenty-four hours. Dan Gallagher reports from San Francisco.
Paul Vigna joins the News Hub to report on the 2% surge in stocks that came after news out of Italy and the consumer confidence numbers.
Two polls released Friday showed an increase in support for Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign. WSJ Reporter Neil King weighs in on the GOP field and whether any candidate poses a real threat to Mitt Romney.
WSJ’s Janet Hook reports on yet another week ending without a deal from the congressional deficit supercommittee. Plus, what is likelihood that the deficit negotiations will come down to the 11th hour?
The Obama Administration has drawn up plans to provide the United Arab Emirates with thousands of advanced „bunker-buster“bombs in order to build a regional coalition to counter Iran. Julian Barnes reports from Washington.
Dow Jones Newswires‘ Vincent Cignarella discusses the economic ramifications for Europe and the U.S. if the Greek bailout deal fails to pass in a scheduled referendum.