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Electronic Arts, the gaming company that makes the popular FIFA video game franchise, is bringing women to the virtual pitch, adding 12 women's national teams to FIFA 16 this September. From the Wall Street Journal: EA announced Thursday...Show More Summary
This is the Friday afternoon newsletter from The Wall Street Journal's Washington bureau, providing a rundown of the biggest news stories of the day and exclusive features from the week on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.
Stocks have been going nowhere for a while now. In a morning briefing, the Wall Street Journal noted that the Dow has traded in a 7.7% range through 2015, the narrowest for this point of year since 1992. The S&P 500 has also traded in...Show More Summary
Well this is a thriller. The California property known as Neverland Ranch when it was owned by Michael Jackson is on the market for $100 million, the Wall Street Journal reports. The approximately 2,700-acre compound near Santa Barbara...Show More Summary
Humana shares spiked on Friday afternoon after a report that it is thinking about selling itself. The health insurance company has hired Goldman Sachs to advise it on a possible deal, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing sources...Show More Summary
Michael Jackson's former Neverland Ranch has hit the market for $100 million, the The Wall Street Journal was first to report this week. But with the late King of Pop deceased, who stands to benefit from the property's sale? Not the Jackson family...at least not by much. Instead, Colony Capital, the [...]
(May 29, 2015 12:42 PM, by Scott Sumner) Over at TheMoneyIllusion I discuss a new paper by James Bullard, et al, on the case for NGDP targeting. The Wall Street Journal reported some additional comments by Bullard: He said his model is consistent with the Fed maintaining its... (0 COMMENTS)
Amazon isn’t content selling household goods from other companies — it wants to offer its own branded products as well, according to the Wall Street Journal. The company is said to be focusing on a variety of goods that will be marketed under its Elements brand. Show More Summary
“Cuba’s designation by U.S. officials as a state sponsor of terror was officially lifted, the State Department said, clearing a hurdle to re-establishing diplomatic ties between Washington and Havana,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “President Obama recommended to Congress last [...]
Michael Jackson’s former home, Neverland Ranch, is now for sale, according to the Wall Street Journal. Real estate investment firm Colony Capital announced its intention to sell the property last summer, and now the sprawling, 2,700-acre ranch can be acquired for the sobering sum of $100 million. Show More Summary
The Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter is The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.
The Wall Street Journal’s Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Friday, May 29, 2015. Jon Hilsenrath looks outside the Fed for solutions to weak economic growth.
Coming up on six years after Michael Jackson’s untimely passing, the pop superstar’s Neverland Ranch is officially up for sale, according to a piece by the Wall Street Journal. If you want to live where the King of Pop lived, you’re going to have to reach deep into your wallet: [...]
The hearing on the Administration’s motion to dismiss the House challenge was heard yesterday in Washington, D.C. as reported widely in the media. (Wall Street Journal, NBC, Daily Mail, Rollcall, New York Times,AP, The motion is now under advisement and the parties will wait for a decision on whether the House can be heard on […]
Yesterday, at the Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco, announced a rival to Apple Pay, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal – the rather unoriginally-named Google Pay. The Apple Pay rival will come standard with the next edition of Google’s Android operating system and should become available in the coming months. Show More Summary
How about some Amazon.com coffee? Internet retail giant Amazon.com is following the likes of businesses like Costco and Target and planning to broadly expand its lineup of private label products, according to The Wall Street Journal. Costco,...Show More Summary
Amazon is getting ready to launch its own line of food and household products, as part of its Elements brand, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. According to the report, Amazon has already filed for paperwork to get trademark...Show More Summary
A 2,700-acre piece of pop-culture history is now up for sale. The Wall Street Journal reports that Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch near Santa Barbara is on the market for $100 million. Except it's now called Sycamore Valley Ranch, and while it no longer has amusement park rides or an...
David Satter is a journalist who was a Financial Times correspondent in Moscow from 1976 to 1982; and subsequently was a Soviet affairs specialist for the Wall Street Journal. In 2013, he became the first American journalist to be expelled from Russia since the end of the Cold War. Show More Summary