Last year, McDonald's reported "one of its worst quarterly profit declines in years," according to The Wall Street Journal. This year, the numbers just keep plummeting, and CEO Steve Easterbrook has been urged to release a "turnaround" plan in hopes of boosting finances and keeping customers interested in menu items. Show More Summary
RICK PERRY FLIPS ON EX-IM BANK: In a Wall Street Journal oped today, former Texas Governor Rick Perry announces he has changed his position on the U.S. Export-Import Bank, now opposing its reauthorization: Next month, the bank comes up for reauthorization again—but this time I can’t get on board. I have been deeply disturbed by […]
This is why we like polling averages. The day after an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll showed that Hillary Clinton's overall favorable rating was now even at 42 percent favorable to 42 percent unfavorable, down from March, a New York Times/CBS News poll finds her favorable rating improved since March. Show More Summary
Today in the Wall Street Journal, former Texas governor and likely presidential hopeful Rick Perry explains why he now opposes the Export-Import Bank. This is a complete reversal in his position on what’s become an increasingly important test within the Republican party. Show More Summary
The New York Times has named Dorothea Herrey senior VP of NYT Live, the Times’ events and conference business. Herrey comes to the Times from Dow Jones, where she most recently served as head of The Wall Street Journal’s conference business. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal VP and editorial page editor Paul Gigot has been named chair of the Pulitzer Prize Board. Gigot has been with the Journal for more than 30 years. He took on his current role in 2001. Gigot will succeed Danielle Allen, the incoming director of Harvard’s Edmund J. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal editorial board is siding with four teachers in California who are suing their unions, claiming "coercion" and "political extortion" because "critical benefits" are being withheld from non-member employees who...Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal's Photo Journal large versions of photos in the news, like the Boston Globe's Big Picture. The Plum Book (United States Government Policy and Supporting Positions): 2008 Edition, list of openings in the Federal govt. Show More Summary
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The Wall Street Journal’s Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Wednesday, May 6, 2015. Jon Hilsenrath considers one hopeful, and one troubling explanation for the slowdown in U.S. productivity growth.
“New York’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, has sent a letter to 13 retailers asking for information about how they schedule employees for work, the Wall Street Journal reports. Not on the list of targets for the attorney general:...Show More Summary
According to the May 4th Wall Street Journal, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is expected to declare in a forthcoming report that China’s currency, the yuan, is “fairly valued.” As stated on the IMF website...
Kids who show gratitude are happier and have better grades according to the Wall Street Journal. More to this, people... The post 15 Ways to Teach Your Kids to Be Grateful appeared first on Lifehack.
The jury in the trial of Pedro Hernandez, who stands accused of murdering six-year-old Etan Patz in 1979, for a second time in less than a week say they could not reach a unanimous verdict, The Wall Street Journal reported. A note from...Show More Summary
“The Senate passed a bicameral budget agreement Tuesday, following its adoption by the House last week and marking the first joint budget resolution to pass Congress since 2009,” the Wall Street Journal reports. Politico: “In a drama-free roll call, the [...]
Submitted by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog, Are you ready for rioting, looting and mindless violence in major U.S. cities all summer long? According to a brand new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, 96 percent of all Americans believe that there will be more civil unrest in America this summer. Show More Summary
Paul Gigot, Wall Street Journal editorial page editor since 2001, was named chair of the Pulitzer Prize Board on Monday. Under Gigot, the Journal editorial page has had several ethical lapses and has been a regular source of misinformation...Show More Summary
(Reuters) - News Corp, the publisher of the Wall Street Journal, reported a marginal fall in quarterly revenue, hurt by the stronger dollar and dwindling advertising sales at its newspapers. Net income attributable to shareholders fell...Show More Summary
As more and more millennials enter the workforce, companies are scrambling to figure out how to retain their younger employees. Or at least so says The Wall Street Journal, which is the latest contributor to a long line of stories in...Show More Summary
In this episode of The Writer Files, host Kelton Reid invited digital marketing pioneer Ann Handley to chat about her writing process. She’s a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, brilliant keynote speaker, the world’s first Chief Content Officer, and a prolific digital content creator. Show More Summary