National Law Journal, Why Are Older Women Leaving Big Law?: You hear this so often that you probably take it as holy gospel: Women bail out of Big Law because of the impossibility of balancing the demands of work and home. Being a big firm lawyer, as every Manhattan third-grader...
Over the past 2 decades many studies have looked at the developmental benefits of breastfeeding. An new study that was conducted by Brigham and Women's Hospital, and published online in The Journal of Pediatrics, has found more proof...Show More Summary
In the Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed actress Dianne Wiest for the Mansion section's "House Call" column (go here). You probably know her best from Woody Allen's Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Bullets Over Broadway (1994). We...
The Hong Kong Review of Books is a promising-looking recently-founded online journal, and at the Los Angeles Review of Books Blog Susan Blumberg-Kason has a Q & A with co-founder Alfie Bown offering a bit more background.
(Reuters) - U.S. authorities have issued subpoenas to Goldman Sachs Group Inc for documents related to the bank's dealings with scandal-hit Malaysian state fund 1MDB, the Wall Street Journal reported late on Friday. Goldman received the subpoenas earlier this year from the U.S. Show More Summary
Press access to Tesla’s $5 billion construction project in the Nevada desert, the Gigafactory 1, has at times been harrowing. Last October, two members of the Reno Gazette Journal staff were roughed up by company security for havingShow More Summary
It has long ceased to be BREAKING NEWS when Uber lies or exaggerates. It is, after all, the Donald Trump of startups. But there was certainly REMARKABLE NEWS to be found in research published this week by the American Journal of Epidemiology: Uber and Lyft have caused no measurable decline in drunk driving incidents...
A new report to look at survey data revealed that in the US, 4 of every 10 women is now obese. Researchers noted in their study abstract published in the Journal of American Medical Association that between 1980 and 2000 obesity among men and women rose dramatically in the US. The study combines data from a 2013-2014 […]
Wall Street Journal, Car-Sharing Industry Carries Heavy Tax Burden: Local taxes put Zipcar and Car2Go at a disadvantage in competing with ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft, research by DePaul University shows. For the millions of Americans without cars, daily errands often require a quick calculation: Is it cheaper and quicker...
I was recently reading a July issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) when a special communication written by Barack Obama, J.D., caught my eye (JAMA; Published online July 11, 2016). It was the first article I had ever read in a medical journal that was written by a president of the United States. Show More Summary
Interesting WSJ graphic showing what each side needs to achieve via the Electoral College to win the White House. I was surprised to see the Journal starting off the post-convention period giving Hillary Clinton 310 Electoral College votes amongst Solid, likely and leaning Democrat voters (270 needed to win). Show More Summary
FLINT, Mich. — Michigan’s attorney general has charged six more state employees with crimes related to the lead-contaminated water crisis in Flint. The Flint Journal reports a judge Friday authorized the charges filed by the office of Bill Schuette. He plans to formally announce the charges at a morning news conference. All are charged with...
We are very pleased to announce that Kyle Pope will become the next editor and publisher of Columbia Journalism Review. Kyle is a wonderful journalist and editorial leader with wide-ranging experience. He spent a decade as a reporter,...Show More Summary
Seriously, don’t do it. There’s times when you ask obvious questions in journalism just to get something officially on the record. Asking whether Tom Brady would start when his four-game suspension was up might have been too obvious....Show More Summary
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BYRON YORK: Byron York: Has Obama’s act worn thin? President paints rosier picture of U.S. than voters see. In the most recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, 73 percent of registered voters said the country is on the wrong track, while just 18 percent said it is headed in the right direction. The 73 percent figure […]
Sweetie Pie’s Owner Sues Her Son Over Trademark Infringement And Theft Looks like some drama is being served at your favorite soul food TV spot according to Biz Journals: Robbie Montgomery, reality TV star and founder of St. Louis
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National Law Journal, Law Schools' Tech-Training Conundrum: If We Teach Them, Will They Get Jobs?: A growing number of law schools are offering students a curriculum or training around project management, automation and analytics, hoping to create a pipeline of talent that would quicken innovations that could challenge the current...