Lyft, the longtime also-ran in the race for ride-share dominance, has hired Qatalyst Partners, an investment bank known for its M&A deals. According to The Wall Street Journal, the San... To view the full story, click the title link...
Surely the most baffling finding in the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll is that a plurality of Americans in the survey (41 percent to 25 percent) said they believe that Donald Trump is more honest and straightforward than Hillary Clinton. How is this possible? As Eugene Robinson recently wrote, "Trump lies the way other people breathe.... Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal calls it "world-changing." Both the Financial Times and CNBC say it's a "game-changer." And Business Insider calls it the "next trillion
A new White House report on why low-skill men have been dropping out of the labor force received favorable coverage last week in the Washington Post, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal. Each media outlet repeated the report’s main...Show More Summary
Yesterday, something amazing happened. The Iceland football team beat England 2-1 at the pre-quarterfinal stage of the Euro 2016 tournament. This prompted the Wall Street Journal to describe the defeat as “another exit from the euro” for England. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO—Lyft has hired boutique investment bank Qatalyst Partners, which has worked with several Bay Area tech companies looking for suitors, the Wall Street Journal reported late Monday, citing unnamed people familiar with the...Show More Summary
Gerard Baker, editor-in-chief of the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how insecurities about globalization and a feeling of loss of control inspired the Brexit decision. He also weighs in on its consequences and the potential for a second referendum.
The stock market tanked for the second straight day Monday after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Greg Ip, Wall Street Journal chief economics commentator, joins CBSN with more financial insight.
“Donald Trump appears to be backing away from one of his signature and most controversial proposals—banning Muslims from entering the U.S.—as polls show him falling slightly behind Hillary Clinton,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “Since Mr. Trump essentially clinched the [...]
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds 45% of Republican voters say they are satisfied with Donald Trump as their party’s presumptive presidential nominee, while 52% say they would have preferred someone else. By comparison, the numbers are reversed [...]
Brexit might exacerbate the trend Consumers are eating out less in recent months, due to uncertainties regarding the economy. According to the Wall Street Journal, restaurant visits have "completely stalled over the last three months."...Show More Summary
A new poll from NBC News and Wall Street Journal shows that the National Rifle Association, Planned Parenthood and President Obama are all viewed...
Hanaa' Tameez will intern with the Wall Street Journal in Mexico.
As Volkswagen continues to struggle in the aftermath of their deceptive emissions reporting scheme, they are starting to pay for some of the costs of their mistake. In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Mike Spector and Sara Randazzo...Show More Summary
NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll: “The most disliked of all is Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who is viewed unfavorably by a full 60 percent of the electorate, while only 29 percent offer a positive rating of the GOP standard-bearer [...]
NEW YORK (Reuters) - China's Anbang Insurance Group Co [ANBANG.UL] plans to convert as much as three-quarters of the rooms at New York's landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel into apartments, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter. Show More Summary
Dozens of new brands will be added to the lineup of tiny widgets, which people can click to purchase household goods through the internet retail giant, according to the Wall Street Journal.
“Pace of U.S. New Home Sales Slows in May” was the Wall Street Journal’s headline on the Census Bureau’s report released last week. But the body of the article had an entirely different tone, exemplified by “Broadly, other data showShow More Summary
Two new polls this morning have some good news for Hillary Clinton and not-so-good news for Donald Trump. The new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows Clinton 5 points ahead of Trump, and if you throw third-party candidates into the mix, she leads Trump by 1 point. Trump’s approval ratings with minority groups continues to hurt. […]
It’s a really interesting read over at the Wall Street Journal. Photo by eyekungfu