Death & Taxes reports: In the days leading up to Donald Trump’s inauguration, the president-elect’s team made a big deal about the fact that Trump would be penning his own dark, anti-globalist inauguration address. Trump doesn’t need any fancy speech writers like that guy who came before him. Show More Summary
Aides insisted during the transition that President Trump wrote his own inaugural address but a White House official now tells the Wall Street Journal that “much of the speech was written by Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon, two of Mr. [...]
By Daniela Kapser on SwimSwam US Schwimmstar Missy Franklin hat in einem Artikel, den sie für das Wall Street Journal geschrieben hat, zum einen ihr Abschneiden... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Missy Franklin über ihre Leihmutter und den Misserfolg in Rio
In The Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin on her unusual childhood and what she's doing now to deal with her disappointing performance at the Rio Summer Olympic Games last year (go here). [Photo of...
Shares of Apple (AAPL) are up 3 cents at $120.03, in late trading, after both Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal reported just before market close that the company is suing one of its big chip suppliers, Qualcomm (QCOM), and it has...Show More Summary
Submitted via the Opinion Section of the Wall Street Journal Donald J. Trump takes the oath of office on Friday facing unprecedented opposition but also an extraordinary opportunity. He confronts the paradox of a country skeptical that...Show More Summary
Costco inadvertently undermined the golf industry and sent golfers into a frenzy when it introduced its own Kirkland Signature line of golf balls last fall, the Wall Street Journal reports. South Korea's Nassau Golf, which makes golf balls for a major golf equipment company TaylorMade, decided to sell some of...
Shares of wireless chip giant Qualcomm (QCOM) are down $1.24, or 2%, at $63.30, after Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal both reported Apple (AAPL), one of its largest customers, is suing the company for claims including Qualcomm withholding $1 billion owed Apple. Qualcomm has long band the exclusive supplier of baseband wireless modem chips for Apple’s iPhone, though […]
In a new report, The Wall Street Journal says that Samsung’s official investigation into the Galaxy Note 7 fires has discovered that irregularly-sized batteries and a manufacturing issue are responsible. Samsung has declined to comment on the report and is holding an event on Sunday night [...]
The Wall Street Journal reports that some Note 7 batteries 'didn't fit properly in the phone,' causing them to overheat.
Samsung's findings in the Galaxy Note 7 investigation have been obtained by The Wall Street Journal and claim that the device featured irregularly sized batteries.
Samsung will reveal that the Note 7 went through two separate battery problems on its way to the dustbin. According to the Wall Street Journal, which reportedly obtained the report Samsung will reveal and elaborate on at a press conference...Show More Summary
With 96% of the discontinued Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones off the street, we may finally know what caused some to catch fire or explode. A new report from the Wall Street Journal points to irregularly shaped batteries that led to...Show More Summary
A Samsung probe into the exploding batteries that forced the electronics giant to scrap its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones has found irregularly sized batteries caused overheating, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Samsung will finally tell us why the Galaxy Note 7 exploded at a press conference on Sunday night (Monday morning, South Korea time). According to The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg, the company’s months-long investigation will lay blame on the size of the batteries used in the phone. Read more...
With all of the usual caveats about Presidents getting too much credit and blame – this looks tough to beat: Source: Wall Street Journal The post Obama’s Stock Market Legacy appeared first on The Big Picture.
A Samsung investigation into reports of Galaxy Note 7 phones catching fire or overheating has found that some batteries were irregularly sized and that others had manufacturing irregularities, The Wall Street Journal reports. The South Korean firm recalled all 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 phones last year after repeated complaints. The recall is likely to […]
The mystery of why Samsung's Note 7 phones kept exploding might finally be solved. The company is planning to reveal the results of its investigation into the faulty devices this weekend, and according to a Wall Street Journal report,...Show More Summary
Derek Jeter’s The Players’ Tribune has pulled in another $40 million in a Series C round of funding, bringing their overall funding so far to almost $60 million. Steven Perlberg of The Wall Street Journal writes that the new fundingShow More Summary
Karl Rove has a new op-ed in The Wall Street Journal recommending that when he's president, Donald Trump should stop his "compulsive tweeting."