It’s hard to know exactly what John Greathouse was thinking when he penned his overtly sexist, but also implicitly racist, xenophobic, and anti-semitic article for the Wall Street Journal, arguing women should disguise their gender to...Show More Summary
The Honest Company is finally removing a controversial ingredient from its laundry detergents after initially saying it didn't plan to do so. According to a new story out from the Wall Street Journal's Serena Ng, Honest Company — Jessica...Show More Summary
Another day, another endorsement for Hillary Clinton from a conservative newspaper editorial board. Wait, what? A few days after the Arizona Republic endorsed its first Democratic presidential candidate in its 126-year history, the San Diego Union-Tribune followed suit for the first time in its...
Sohrab Ahmari, a Muslim-born Iranian and an editorial writer for The Wall Street Journal in London, recalls his long journey from flirtations with Nietzsche and Marxism to Roman Catholicism. He also explains why evangelicalism didn't appeal to him as much.
Several "massive" cyberattacks were launched last week, with an "army" of security cameras and DVRs being hijacked by hackers, the Wall Street Journal reports. Even famed security researcher Brian Krebs was affected, and saw his website temporarily disabled. The hackers hijacked up to a million cameras, DVRs, and other devices...
Per the Wall Street Journal, Lincoln Center will run a livestream all-day event on its Facebook page and its constituents' FB pages next Friday, October 7th. The broadcast called From Sunup to Curtain Down will include: A day in the...
Shares of Qualcomm (QCOM) and NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) continue to climb higher in early trading, following a report by The Wall Street Journal yesterday afternoon that Qualcomm is in talks to buy NXP. Qualcomm’s up 98 cents, or 1.5%,...Show More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) just went Hollywood, which is akin to the day TapouT t-shirts started hanging from the clothing racks at Walmart. Weep with me. Wall Street Journal confirmed that WME-IMG, the financial conglomerate...Show More Summary
According to a report by Wall Street Journal, leading chipset maker, Qualcomm is reportedly in talks to acquire NXP semiconductors, in a deal likely be valued at more than $30 billion. This could be potentially the largest acquisition in Qualcomm’s history. Though there is no official press release from either of the company, stock price […]
If you haven't invested in a pair of Stuart Weitzman shoes yet, it might just be time to. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal Magazine, Gigi Hadid let it slip that she's collaborating with the iconic shoe brand on her very own...Show More Summary
The September Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found that 19% of voters rely on Twitter, Facebook and other social media venues as their primary source of political news. But some groups use social media to keep informed more than others.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the European Union is taking Germany to the European Court of Justice over “a road-toll scheme championed by the Bavarian arm of [Chancellor Angela] Merkel’s party that would allow German taxpayers...Show More Summary
According to a September 30 Wall Street Journal article, the Obama administration signed a secret agreement with Iran to lift U.N. sanctions from two Iranian banks — Bank Sepah and Bank Sepah International — that helped finance Iran’s ballistic-missile program. Show More Summary
Proving the Wall Street Journal wrong one female CEO at a time
Facebook is planning a major campaign backing its Facebook Live livestreaming feature, including television spots and billboards, Deepa Seetharaman of The Wall Street Journal reported.
As reported by many sources, including the Wall Street Journal, “When Mrs. Clinton said there were years when Mr. Trump paid no taxes, he replied, ‘That makes me smart.’” The reference to taxes was in the context of federal income taxes. Show More Summary
We must combat sexism, not ask women to "obscure their gender."
Dorothy Rabinowitz, a member of the Wall Street Journal‘s editorial board, has endorsed Hillary Clinton: The end of the election is now in sight. Some among the anti-Hillary brigades have decided, in deference to their exquisite sensibilities, to stay at [...] The post WSJ Editorial Board Member Backs Clinton appeared first on Political Wire.
The UFC was purchased by WME-IMG for $4 billion in July, and a slew of the talent agency's biggest clients have reportedly invested in the promotion on the heels of the acquisition. According to the Wall Street Journal's Erich Schwartzel,...Show More Summary
It's all a part of the social network's effort to get regular people to start live streaming more, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.