Mike Gallagher spoke with William McGurn of the Wall Street Journal about the outcome of the wild election and the broader state of affairs. Robert Costa of the Washington Post was interviewed by Mark Davis about the referendum the Democrats initiated with Jon Ossoff.
This week in The Wall Street Journal's Mansion section, I interviewed Kirk Douglas, who is 100 years old (go here). The actor, who first appeared in the movies in 1946, overcame poverty in Amsterdam, N.Y., and made it to Hollywood,...
If you believe that the news media's coverage of allegations involving President Donald Trump has been irresponsible and over-dramatized, you’re not alone. According to a new poll released by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal, 50Show More Summary
There's a lot of talk and braggadocio in the real estate industry, but the numbers don't lie. And the top 1,000 agents and teams were ranked today based on the data alone. Real Trends, in conjunction with The Wall Street Journal, just...Show More Summary
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds that by a 2-to-1 margin, 45% to 22%, Americans say they are more likely to believe former FBI Director James Comey than President Trump when it comes to their differing accounts of [...]
Takata's board is convening to review bankruptcy plans over the weekend, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources.
From the Wall Street Journal: Saudi Arabia and other Arab states that have severed ties with Qatar issued a list of severe demands to end the worst regional diplomatic crisis in years, telling their Persian Gulf neighbor to close state broadcaster Al Jazeera, curb ties with Iran and end Turkey’s military presence on its soil….The […]
Houzz, which provides a home remodeling and design service, just closed a $400 million round led by Iconiq Capital, according to a report published today by the Wall Street Journal. Previous investors Sequoia Capital and GGV Capital also participated. Equidate, a stock market for private companies, estimates the company to be valued at $4.3 billion. The Palo […]
Nope. Americans just don’t believe Donald Trump’s story about his conversations with then-FBI Director James Comey before he fired Comey. An NBC News/Wall Street Journal found that people believed Comey’s account over Trump’s by a two-to-one...Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan used to write for CBS News, including the radio commentaries of Dan Rather, so she can speculate from an insider perspective. Her latest column insists “Dislike of Mr. Trump within the mainstream media is unalterable. Show More Summary
Mark Murray, NBC News: Americans overwhelmingly disapprove of the House plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. This new poll comes as Senate Republicans unveil their own health care legislation on Thursday. Show More Summary
Christopher Mims, in his column for The Wall Street Journal: But even when it steers through that thicket of crises, Uber will have to come to grips with a fundamental vulnerability that is increasingly apparent in the company’s business model. Show More Summary
Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is Because health care works best when it's free market: A well-known journalist was fired for an ethics conflict: The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal’s staff is about as diverse as the business world the paper covers: It’s essentially run by white men. A few star women have risen and departed over the years. And people of color are essentially missing fromShow More Summary
The Wall Street Journal released its official app for Windows 10 devices back in 2015. This app offered an immersive digital news experience with rich photo slideshows, full-screen video and interactive graphics. It allowed consumers...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged of his involvement in prospective commercial deals — including one involving arms sales … Click to Continue »
The WSJ abruptly fired chief foreign affairs correspondent Jay Solomon after the Associated Press revealed Solomon had a secret business arrangement with a shadowy arms dealer.
A Wall Street Journal reporter was fired Wednesday over potential business dealings with an Iranian-born arms dealer. The Washington Post reports Jay Solomon, chief foreign affairs correspondent for the Journal, had received Pulitzer consideration and was well-liked by the paper's editor in chief. His shocking termination springs from an AP...
The Wall Street Journal fired its chief foreign affairs correspondent, Jay Solomon, after an investigation by the Associated Press found that Solomon was involved in a prospective business deal with an arms dealer who was one of his journalism sources. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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