By Markos Kaminis (Wall St. Greek): On Monday evening, Senators Carl Levin and John McCain addressed the media about Apple (AAPL), alleging tax avoidance by means of offshore entities. This issue could affect Apple in a meaningful manner. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal: John Arnold, it turns out, had accumulated a fortune estimated at $4 billion in the past decade -- only a handful of people on Wall Street made more during that time. Although he had not yet announced it, Arnold had decided to give almost all of it away. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal's Brad Reagan has a monster profile of hedge funder and former Enron natgas trader John Arnold about his plan to change the way billionaires donate their money. Arnold's plan, Reagan writes, is to take on massive...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal‘s Emir Efrati this evening reports on the site’s Digits blog that Google (GOOG) has received a letter from congressmen Joe Barton, Bobby Rush, Richard Nugent, Steve Chabot, John Barrow, Walter Jones, Heny Johnson, and Loretta Sanchez, asking for comment from CEO Larry Page as to what privacy measures are being put [...]
John F. Kennedy as a candidate liked to tweak his opponent, Richard Nixon. When the Wall Street Journal criticized Republican Nixon, Kennedy jumped on it....
By John Mylant: JPMorgan (JPM) may not have a solid reputation among the big banks right now because of past controversies, especially the $6 billion investment fiasco from last year, but the company continues to grow. While news continues to be negative, investors appear to be turning a blind eye as the stock continues to rise. Show More Summary
By AlphaVN Research: Late last week we were treated to another post-COMEX close hit on the gold (GLD) market. This time it was courtesy of The Wall St. Journal's well-known Fed mouthpiece, John Hilsenrath. Since falling more than $220 in 2 days in mid-April Gold had been, before Friday, trying to build a base between $1455 and $1485 per ounce. Show More Summary
As he lay wounded in a boat in a Watertown backyard, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev scribbled a note on the vessel's wall claiming culpability for the Boston bombing and explaining his motive, sources tell CBS News correspondent John Miller. Tsarnaev allegedly wrote that the attack was in retaliation for the US invasions...
By John Rothe: Overview Is the Fed bluffing? Mixed messages from the recent FOMC meeting indicate that the Fed may or may not slow down its fiscal stimulus policy. Jon Hilsenrath published an article in Friday's Wall Street Journal titled...Show More Summary
Here we see a rally driver John Lynch clip a stone wall at the Carlow Rally over the weekend. Does that stop him? No, he pulls a 1080 and keeps going. Read more...
Authored by James Howard Kunstler via The Burning Platform blog, Whenever the Federal Reserve wants to tweak the dials of the economy - or pretend that it can - it turns first to its sock puppet at The Wall Street Journal, John Hilsenrath, and “leaks” a rumor of policy change. Show More Summary
By John Dick, CEO of CivicScience When Marissa Mayer took over as the CEO of long-maligned Yahoo!, she instantly infused the company with a new level of enthusiasm, both internally and on Wall Street. After years of down-trodden earnings reports and a turnstile of CEOs, Mayer brought a level of stability and optimism to the [...]
KANSAS CITY, M.O. — For more than 20 years, John O'Brien's Dolphin Gallery has been a cultural and community epicenter for Kansas City artists. Located in a huge white wall space in the West Bottoms, a historical area in downtown Kansas City, the Dolphin is the size of a barn, and embodies the charisma of an established Chelsea or Chicago River North gallery.
The following is an article from Uncle John's Giant 10th Anniversary Bathroom Reader. This article by Lisa Bannon, which appeared in the Wall Street Journal on October 24, 1995, tells the story of how a significant rumor was born. It's one of the best investigative pieces we've ever seen on the spread of an urban legend. Show More Summary
When the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, some observers who might have had their priorities a little scrambled expressed concern that the end of the Cold War would be a devastating blow to spy fiction. As far as most of the reading public is concerned, this amounted to a concern that it would be a devastating blow to John Le Carré. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal reporter John Hilsenrath is so plugged in at the Federal Reserve that he has earned the nickname "Fed Wire." Whenever the Fed wants to start sending a new message to Wall Street, the story goes, they call up JohnShow More Summary
Speaker John Boehner will probably have to allow a vote in the House on an immigration bill that does not have the support of a majority of the Republican caucus, a top Democrat said in a video interview with The Wall Street Journal...
Dominic Purcell listens to an economic rant by John Heard in this scene from director Uwe Boll's upcoming action-thriller, in theaters May 10th. [...]
Every day Reformy John King peered into his magic mirror and asked, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the reformiest one of all?" Inevitably the mirror would answer, "You're reformy, this I like, but reformier still is Emperor Mike." Reformy John was sad. Show More Summary
It's a gray, blah day here in Saint Louis, and I'm feeling the need for a bright shock of color. New York, NY: Trek Bicycle - $275 Brooklyn, NY: John Derian Pouf - $100 La Jolla, CA: Upholstered Chair - $150 New York, NY: Vintage Wall Sconce - $60 New York, NY: Karim Rashid Sofa - $400 More