A January 22 MarketWatch earnings preview that contained comments about Intel from the firm Bernstein identified the wrong analyst who made the comments.
Companies binged on cheap credit, and they’re about to pay the price.
MarketWatch ran a story on Dec. 10 about the impact of mortgage rates on likelihood to sell based on incorrect data. We have retracted the story.
Tom Vandeventer of the Tocqueville Opportunity Fund says it’s worth paying up for cloud-based services companies including ServiceNow, Nutanix and Workday.
The underperformance of the large conglomerate has gone on too long.
MarketWatch is committed to correcting errors that appear in our coverage. Messages can be emailed to contact us here.
An earlier version of this story on June 20 incorrectly identified Air Products and Chemical(TICKER:APD) as one of the KPMG clients impacted by the actions described. The correct company is Chemical Financial Corporation...
Women are more likely to practice five of the nine management behaviors that McKinsey & Co. thinks are key to a company’s success.
The yield gap between Treasurys and junk bonds is unusually narrow — and shrinking, writes Mark Hulbert.
In focus: Abeona Therapeutics, Ignyta and Spectrum Pharmaceuticals.
David Nadel and Mark Rayner of the Royce International Premier Fund meet companies where they’re based — from Switzerland to India.
Look toward U.S. and Asian stocks, but be wary of silver and gold, writes Nigam Arora.
The Fed’s history suggests that increases at this year’s September and November meetings probably won’t happen, writes Mark Hulbert.
Mike Rothenberg is stepping down as head of his namesake venture-capital firm, citing the need for new leadership to stabilize the firm in the face of a cash squeeze and allegations of mismanagement.
A report that appeared Aug. 29 on MarketWatch indicated that the 32-year-old venture capitalist Mike Rothenberg was leaving his firm, Rothenberg Ventures. The San Francisco–based firm later characterized the letter to inve...
A June 21, 2016 story by MarketWatch incorrectly described how the Bats stock exchange charged for services.
A column published on April 6 got the name wrong for the fiscal watchdog group, The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.
An earlier version of this story misstated the process by which both the consumer price index and the core personal consumption expenditure index are measured.
An earlier version of this story, published March 26, misstated the name of Sequoia Fund’s former manager Goldfarb.
A MarketWatch story published Wednesday incorrectly said the Florida and Ohio Democratic presidential primaries are winner-take-all.
A Feb. 17 story by MarketWatch incorrectly described the downward revision to December industrial output. The story has been corrected.
A MarketWatch blog post on Jan. 27 incorrectly stated that the Bible doesn’t appear in the Open Syllabus Project database of U.S. college syllabi.
A story published January 28 incorrectly stated that “seriously underwater” 亚游真人官方网站homes have less than 25% equity. Such 亚游真人官方网站homes are at least 25% underwater, meaning the outstanding loan is worth at least 25% more than the 亚游真人官方网站home’s ...
A story published on Jan. 15 misstated the direction of consumer views on the current conditions in the economy. The story has been corrected.
A Dec. 29 story by MarketWatch used out-of-date information for October’s goods trade deficit. The story has been corrected.