David Boaz Continuing our ongoing series on the wealth of Washington, we bring you the lead story in Friday’s “Mansion” section of the Wall Street Journal: The Journal reports : As other American cities have been buffeted by an uneven...Show More Summary
Grab this weekend's Wall Street Journal. For my first "Playlist" column in the paper's Review section, I interview Joy Behar on her favorite song as a kid growing up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It's Frank Sinatra's All the Way—and her story...
(Reuters) - Google Inc intends to finance, build and help operate wireless networks from sub-Saharan Africa to Southeast Asia, hoping to connect a billion or so people in emerging countries to the Internet, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
It is no secret that Google would like to be a wireless carrier. The company has long been rumored to be eyeing various partnerships to launch its own wireless network as soon as this year. The Wall Street Journal is now reporting that Google is looking to fund, build and help run wireless networks in emerging markets in Africa and Southeast Asia. Show More Summary
Google is developing plans to build its own wireless network in emerging markets, Amir Efrati at The Wall Street Journal reports. Google has developed its own wireless technologies, which it hopes to deploy with local companies in Southeast Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. Show More Summary
Google is reportedly working on a way to connect more people around the world to the Internet, specifically those in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. The Wall Street Journal is... Keep reading ?
Chicago journalist Claire Zulkey wrote about the White Sox for WSJ.com several years ago. On Thursday, she asked on Facebook: “If I’ve written for the Wall Street Journal’s website, can I say I’ve written for the WSJ?” Most people said it was OK, although Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg wrote: “I don’t know. Isn’t it … Read More
China and Iran have shared a position as cyber-bogeymen over the past year, but a new report from the Wall Street Journal about Iranian infiltration of U.S. energy firms shows why their cyber-assaults could pose a greater immediate threat to U.S. national security. While China pursues aggressive cyber-espionage campaigns against major U.S. companies and news [...]
One of the more fascinating ways to visualize the world’s growing pile of public and private debt comes via an interactive graphic in the online version of today’s Wall Street Journal.
Whether it's Mortimer and Randolph or Gordon Gekko, Hollywood loves to make businessmen villains. From the Free Enterprise blog: Hollywood script writers must be going through an unimaginative streak. As The Wall Street Journal reports,...Show More Summary
Ben Rooney has an article up today on the Wall Street Journal reporting that European tech companies are valued on lower multiples than US businesses in M&A transactions: The amount paid for a company as a multiple of earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, or Ebitda, for U.S.-based companies rose from 11 times [...]
Nobody likes getting cut up and dealing with a potential scar. While you'll find countless supposed remedies out there to avoid scars, The Wall Street Journal takes a look at which of these treatments really work. Read more...
If you're an AT&T wireless customer, your May bill will feature a new charge: a 61-cent monthly administrative fee. Before you pooh-pooh it as small potatoes, consider this: The Wall Street Journal reports that the move could tally up to an extra $518 million for the company in 2014. And...
Kimberly Strassel has a must-read column at the Wall Street Journal today that explains the context in which the IRS scandal emerged--not just during the Obama administration's attempt to quash the Tea Party, but in Obama's efforts to shut down all opposition, both Republican and Democratic, in the 2008 campaign. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal recently published an article by Barry Newman titled Theres a Question Mark Hanging Over the Apostrophes Future. My aunt sent me an email copy of the article as she knew I would enjoy it. And I did enjoy the article; however, my favorite part of the email was her subject line which read: Apostroph'. Show More Summary
Beijing Art Show Confronts Climate Change Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore, May 23, 2013 (Wall Street Journal) “Residents of this smog-choked city are uniquely prepared for an impassioned discussion of the environment…[and the] nonprofit Cape...Show More Summary
Current and former U.S. officials are reporting "Iran backed hackers have escalated a campaign against U.S. corporations" and have infiltrated "computer networks running energy companies." According to The Wall Street Journal, the Iranians...Show More Summary
In today's Wall Street Journal, I have three articles that I know will knock you out. First, I speak with Tony Bennett for the Arena section about his CD Bennett & Brubeck: The White House Sessions, Live 1962 (Sony Legacy)....
Believe it or not, none of the largest national newspapers put an article on Wednesday’s IRS hearings on the front page. The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal had a picture of Lois Lerner, but sent the reader to an inside page for the story. Show More Summary
In today's Wall Street Journal I review two major off-Broadway revivals of Conor McPherson's The Weir and Henrik Ibsen's The...