The iPhone 7 (or whatever it will be called) will be boring. Based on leaks from the shadiest tech blogs to well-known publications like the Wall Street Journal, the general consensus is that this year's iPhone will be a modest update. SEE ALSO: So many leaks. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) This Wall Street Journal story this morning about how the Brexit vote unfolded in the Labour Party stronghold of Sunderland wins Power Line’s Understatement of the Year Award. Keep in mind that it was the Labour government...Show More Summary
A new book calling for conservatives' capitulation has garnered praise in venues including The New York Post and The Wall Street Journal.
On June 19, The Wall Street Journal referred to the Brexit contagion as something that might spill over to surrounding countries, which concerned a lot of investors, stock brokers, traders and just about everyone in the money market....Show More Summary
In the Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed John Mellencamp for the "Anatomy of a Song" column in the Arena section on Small Town, his hit from 1985 (go here). John is one of the founders of a form...
(Steven Hayward) Gerard Baker of the Wall Street Journal offers the best summary this morning of the larger meaning of Brexit. Gerry, as his friends and colleagues call him, is a subdued fellow not given to hyperbole, which is why this judgment is so bracing: Levels of dissatisfaction with leadership have reached revolutionary levels. Show More Summary
You can't have a conversation about the best real estate agents in the United States without mentioning The Thousand. What's The Thousand? It's the REAL Trends/Wall Street Journal's list of America's top 1,000 real estate sales agents and sales teams. The Thousand is sliced into four categories, each with 250 designees...
Post-Brexit vote, Dennis Berman, financial editor of the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Britain's exit from the European Union might play out.
According to The Wall Street Journal the design of Apple’s upcoming and much awaited iPhone 7 will be quite similar to its recent predecessor’s, the iPhone 6 and 6S. The device is expected this fall along with “subtle changes”, you’ve probably heard about the most significant one – the headphone jack will no longer be... Show More Summary
The pound sterling is at its lowest since 1985 as incoming results from the UK referendum on EU membership show that Brexit supporters are coming ahead, The Wall Street Journal reports.
We had earlier reported that Apple will launch the iPhone in 2017 with an edgeless all-glass display. A new report by The Wall Street Journal confirms the earlier leak and thereby adds to the credibility of the rumour. If the rumours do come true, the 2017 iPhone could very well become the most beautiful iPhone... Show More Summary
Volkswagen AG has agreed to a whopping payout stemming from the company’s emissions cheating scandal. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company will pay more than $10 billion to settle claims from U.S. owners of diesel-powered vehicles. The report...
Wall Street Journal editorial, Treasury's Inversion Scythe (online title: The Obama-Lew Business Tax Raid: Treasury’s New Rules Give More Power to the IRS): Is Treasury Secretary Jack Lew trying to impose a new tax burden on all businesses in the United States? Or is he merely unable to shoot at...
The company, Shenzhen Baili Marketing Services, no longer answers its phone, has dumped its websites and can't be found at its three registered locations, says the Wall Street Journal.
The Wall Street Journal's Greg Ip analyzes the implications of the "Brexit" decision
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is unlikely to make any major design changes during its upcoming flagship iPhone refresh due this fall, as the company holds off to implement some improved technology that is still in the pipeline. This appears to be a tough call for, as iPhone sales have been on […]
SILICON VALLEY—When Apple CEO Tim Cook talked in early May about some exciting new features coming to the iPhone, he apparently was referring to a 2017 model. According to a report Tuesday in the Wall Street Journal(citing "people familiar...Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal, House Republicans Seek to Eliminate IRS Chief’s Paycheck: Republicans have a new idea for attacking IRS Commissioner John Koskinen: Stop paying him. Mr. Koskinen’s salary of about $165,000 a year would be cut to zero until the next president takes office Jan. 20, under an amendment the...
The Wall Street Journal had a chat with T. Rowe Price's (TROW) natural-resources guru, Shawn Driscoll. He's still bearish. Drisoll runs the $3.3 billion T. Rowe Price New Era Fund (PRNEX) but also reportedly carries sway with other equities fund managers at T. Rowe. Read More »
"The U.S. and its Gulf Arab Allies share a broad vision for the Middle East," the Wall Street Journal reported recently, breaking the news that "mom and apple pie" have been discovered in the land of hummus and tabouleh. Obama and Saudi...Show More Summary