BYRON YORK: Byron York: Has Obama’s act worn thin? President paints rosier picture of U.S. than voters see. In the most recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, 73 percent of registered voters said the country is on the wrong track, while just 18 percent said it is headed in the right direction. The 73 percent figure […]
Daesh terrorist group, banned in a range of countries worldwide, is benefiting from small-scale attacks that are having the same devastating effect on the European societies as larger-scale plots, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Tech giant's seemingly unprecedented demands is probably why it still doesn't have a TV streaming service, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
A new report in the Wall Street Journal provides some insight as to why Apple’s efforts to launch a web-based streaming service may have failed to gain much traction last year. Clearly drawing on information gleaned from sources from...Show More Summary
Exciting news for Springsteen fans: The Boss is coming out with an autobiography. Even more exciting news: An 18-song companion album with five unreleased vintage tracks is coming out with it, the Wall Street Journal reports. The surprise 500-page Born to Run, which the New Jersey native says he started...
Last year, the Wall Street Journal initiated a subtle change that only media wonks would notice. But it’s one that bodes poorly for Facebook’s latest obsession. The Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper renamed “WSJ Live” as “WSJ Video.” That...Show More Summary
According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, the reason we don’t have actual TV channels on the Apple TV is because the company tried to strong-arm networks — and failed. Apple’s Senior Vice President Eddy Cue is said to have taken the wrong approach. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal has posted an extensive report detailing Apple’s many attempts at getting serious about a TV product. This includes both hardware and software: the article says Apple did consider building a physical TV set at one stage. Show More Summary
Apple's "assertive" negotiation tactics have made it difficult for the company to establish deals with cable providers and networks, reports The Wall Street Journal, stymieing its efforts to build a more robust television platform. According...Show More Summary
In a Wall Street Journal oped today, Naomi Schaefer Riley discusses federal policies toward American Indians: There are almost no private businesses or entrepreneurs on Indian reservations because there are no property rights. Reservation land is held in trust by the federal government and most is also owned communally by the tribe. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal captures the shameless partisanship of the New York Times in just a few sentences. The sentences come from editorials that appeared in 2012 and 2016 regarding the views of the Republican presidential candidates on Russia. Show More Summary
by Tricia Romano Bill Clinton gets a third term after all. To be absolutely fair, so did the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, and the Houston Chronicle. The Wall Street Journal gave it to Bernie. As Jezebel put said in its post, "Don't Worry, We Can Still Make It About Men": "Look, pictures of old white men sell newspapers. Show More Summary
In 1974, the American economist Arthur Laffer, then a professor at the, was having dinner with his friend Jude Wanniski, an associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. They were joined by Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney, both of whom worked at the time in the administration. The topic at hand was President Ford’s […]
Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager challenged Donald Trump’s claim that he could be competitive in Democratic strongholds, urging the Republican nominee to stump in traditionally blue states, the Wall Street Journal reports. Said Robby Mook: “I absolutely encourage Donald Trump to spend [...]
Jeff Horwitt: In Wall Street Journal/NBC News polling this month, 56% of Americans said they prefer that the next president be someone who will bring major changes to the way government operates, even if it is not possible to predict what the changes may be.
Pinterest just poached a top Snapchat ad executive who had been with the company for less than five months. In March, Snapchat hired Johnson as its head of quantitative ads, a move the Wall Street Journal cited at the time as a way to...Show More Summary
Father Jacques Hamel (Photo: AFP) Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. Jacques Hamel, pray for us. Sohrab Amari is an editorial writer for the Wall Street Journal. Welcome, brother.
CHURCH BLOODBATH — TERROR ATTACKS IN EUROPE ARE BECOMING A DAILY OCCURRENCE: “Thus the question of whether Europe is helpless,” Bret Stephens writes in the Wall Street Journal: At its 1980s peak, under François Mitterrand and Helmut Kohl, the European project combined German economic strength and French confidence in power politics. Today, it mixes French […]
SILICON VALLEY — Apple has appointed former executive Bob Mansfield to lead the company’s not-so-secret car project. Citing sources close to project, The Wall Street Journal on Monday reported that Bob Mansfield, who has overseen some...Show More Summary
Say goodbye to the 30-point rating scale It's the end of an era: Longstanding dining guide producer Zagat has nixed its traditional 30-point rating scale for restaurants, reports the Wall Street Journal. Now, it'll score restaurantsShow More Summary