Pharrell Williams steps out in a bright pink coat and his signature hat to do some shopping on Monday (September 1) in London, England. The 41-year-old musician opened up to the Wall Street Journal about finding his style of music. “It took me a minute to find my purpose,” Pharrell said. “I knew something was [...]
An internal investigation at Credit Suisse into trader misconduct has unearthed allegations of traders watching porn in the office, the Wall Street Journal reports. From the WSJ [via Dealbreaker]: Credit Suisse has accused the trader,...Show More Summary
Chris Cole joined The Wall Street Journal's Lunch Break to discuss the global popularity of skateboarding The post Chris Cole on The Olympics appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.
Wall Street Journal: Silicon Valley Cafeterias Whet Appetite of IRS; Free, Employer-Provided Meals Are Viewed as a Taxable Fringe Benefit, by Mark Maremont: There is a grumpy new face in line at Silicon Valley's lavish freebie cafeterias: the Internal Revenue Service. Staffers at technology companies such as Google, Facebook and...
No matter how often you exercise, we all have that weird experience where a routine will feel great one day and horrible the next. There are many factors at play, but The Wall Street Journal lists the six most common reasons for an off day. Read more...
LONDON (Reuters) - Credit Suisse said it was investigating allegations of trader misconduct reported in the Wall Street Journal earlier on Tuesday. "With regard to the story published in today's Wall Street Journal, we cannot comment on employee matters under investigation," Credit Suisse said in a statement. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal Law Blog on fear-based instruction and law school. [In my experience, most of law school was fear-based.]
The Wall Street Journal Some rare good news from the Obama -era regulatory wars: Those two Oregon blueberry growers who took on the U.S. Labor Department in a now-famous "hot goods" dispute are winning in court.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is the latest American company to come under the crosshairs of China’s anti-monopoly regulators, as reported this morning by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). The American computer software giant is one of at least 30 companies that has been investigated in China over that country’s six-year-old antitrust laws, which critics say are […]
By Renee Butler: Dollar General (NYSE:DG) has boosted its bid for Family Dollar (NYSE:FDO), going from $78.50 per share to $80 per share - and the discount retailer isn't stopping there. According to the Wall Street Journal, Dollar General...Show More Summary
Facebook and Twitter could be forced to end their famed policy of offering free lunches to employees. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has placed tech companies under intense scrutiny over perks offered to employees. Show More Summary
A company with roots in mainframe diagnostics and performance management may soon sell itself to a mystery private equity firm, according to the Wall Street Journal. Compuware is reportedly close to deal to sell itself originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
Arthur Andersen is back. Almost. WTAS, a San Francisco-based tax firm formed by former employees of Arthur Andersen, has purchased the rights to the Arthur Andersen name and renamed itself Andersen Tax. The Wall Street Journal reported...Show More Summary
Company with roots in mainframe diagnostics and performance management, may soon sell itself to a mystery PE firm, according to Wall Street Journal Compuware reportedly close to deal originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. European Union Sends Questionnaire to Rivals Over Facebook Deal With WhatsApp (The Wall Street Journal) European Union antitrust officials have sent a second wave of extremely detailed questions to the competitors and customers of Facebook and messaging service WhatsApp. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal’s Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Tuesday, September 2, 2014. Brian Blackstone identifies movements in the euro's exchange rate as the key test of whether the ECB's future efforts to boost growth and inflation will bear fruit.
Credit scores and car insurance Bad credit could be driving up your car insurance, said Andrea Coombes at The Wall Street Journal. A new study of five large auto insurers has found that credit history can make or break a driver's premium, leaving motorists with no credit paying 65 percent more than those with good credit. Show More Summary
Farm Bill Neil Shah reported in today’s Wall Street Journal that, “After soaring in the years since the recession, use of food stamps, one of the federal government’s biggest social-welfare programs, is beginning to decline. “There were 46.2 million Americans on food stamps in May, the latest data available, down 1.6 million from a record 47.8 […]
It’s the end of summer and time to contemplate, if not visit, State Fairs selling increasingly imaginative deep-fried treats. Apparently, deep-fried Oreos and deep-fried butter are so last year. The Wall Street Journal tells us that the Great New York State Fair—in Syracuse, right now—has a better one: “Twinks.” And what, pray tell, is a Twink? The […]
Henry Kissinger, Washington's doyen of the national security elite, is calling for America to collaborate in establishing a new world order. We invite our readers to read his Wall Street Journal think piece and ask whether the United States has common cause with actors such as Russia and China. Show More Summary