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Interview: Mick Jagger

4 hours agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

Last Tuesday, I interviewed the Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger for my "Anatomy of a Song" column in the Arena section of this Friday's Wall Street Journal (go here). As readers of JazzWax know, my "Anatomy" column takes a deep dive...        

Nebraska Abolishes Death Penalty: Governor Ricketts ‘Appalled’ By Decision

Nebraska has become the first conservative-leaning state in 40 years to abolish the death penalty. According to the Wall Street Journal, the last time the state had used the death penalty was back in 1997. A veto was put into place earlier...Show More Summary

Broadcom Halted, Soars 17%: Avago in Talks to Buy Them, Say WSJ, Bloomberg

Shares of chip maker Broadcom (BRCM) are surging, up $6.37, or almost 13%, at $53.29, after being briefly halted, following a piece a short while ago by The Wall Street Journal’s Dana Mattioli, Dana Cimilluca and Shayndi Raice reporting that the company is in “advanced talks” to be bought by wireless chip maker Avago Technologies (AVGO). The authors, [...]

Google Confirms “Buy” Button Coming To Search Results

A little over a week ago, a report from The Wall Street Journal revealed that Google was looking to introduce a Buy button to the search results of its website. At that time it was unconfirmed as the publication was basing it on reports from people familiar with the matter. Show More Summary

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, the Wall Street Journal and the Secondary Meaning of Incontinent

Today the Wall Street Journal reached a new nadir of snark and journalist irresponsibility. In one op ed, Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. misrepresented the nature of FCC broadband oversight as “monopoly regulation,” and implied that Chairman Wheeler is a liar and Obama pawn. Show More Summary

ReCode To Vox

They couldn’t make it on their own. Walt Mossberg, one of America’s two most famous tech columnists, shot himself in the foot. He left the “Wall Street Journal.” They’re finding out in news what we already know in music, you can go it alone, the internet allows you to do this, but in a chaotic […] The post ReCode To Vox appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.

Why Reddit and other companies don't let job candidates negotiate their salaries

Most professionals expect to negotiate their salaries when they receive a job offer, seeing it as the best time to get a boost in pay. But according to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, companies like,, Magoosh, and Elevations Credit Union refuse to haggle over money with potential recruits. Show More Summary

Christie Backs Debate Cut Off

Gov. Chris Christie (R) said he backed a proposal by Fox News to limit the number of presidential debate participants to 10, based on their national poll standing, the Wall Street Journal reports. Said Christie: “I think you have got [...]

The Hole in Brian Potts' WSJ Critique of the "Solar-Panel Craze"

In his Sunday Wall Street Journal commentary on May 17, Brian Potts suggests that cost is the bottom line in the electric customer shift to solar, and that solar costs too much. But his defense of the utility's view of energy costs leaves a big hole in the big picture: the value of solar energy. First, his cost estimates don't add up. Show More Summary

Avago Technologies May Buy Broadcom

13 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Avago Technologies is in advanced talks to acquire Broadcom, reports the Wall Street Journal. Terms of the deal are not yet available, and the Journal's sources say the deal may not be signed. Broadcom's market valuation is about $28 billion and Avago's is about $34 billion. Show More Summary

Broadcom spikes 17% on reported buyout talks (BRCM)

Broadcom shares spiked more than 14% on Wednesday afternoon on a report by the Wall Street Journal that it is in talks to be bought by Avago. Broadcom, a semiconductor company, has a market cap of $31.08 billion. More to come... Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: 70 people were injured while filming this movie with 100 untamed lions

CBS CEO says network will 'probably' sign on for Apple's new TV service

When Apple's reported TV service eventually launches, CBS will "probably" be on it, CBS CEO Les Moonves said on stage at Re/code's Code Conference Wednesday. The Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple is in talks with some major...Show More Summary

Rick Santorum To Announce He's Running For President In 2016

17 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) will announce Wednesday that he is running for president in 2016, ABC and the Wall Street Journal report. Santorum will make the announcement in Butler, Pennsylvania, where he grew up. It's the second presidential campaign for Santorum, who also sought the GOP nomination in 2012. Show More Summary

Dear CMS, price matters

Your government at work. Here's the pertinent quote from Melinda Beck's Wall Street Journal article on proton beam therapy:But some insurers are balking at paying premium rates for proton therapy for such common cancers without more evidence that it does improve patient outcomes—ideally from randomized controlled trials. Show More Summary

Get Ready for 'Buy' Buttons on Google Searches

Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Google (GOOG) is apparently gearing up to populate product searches made on mobile devices with "buy" buttons. The Wall Street Journal reported this month that the new graphical buttons would be available to advertisers,...Show More Summary

Chinese businessman builds $100m office in shape of Starship Enterprise

18 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

NetDragon Websoft’s Liu Dejian, 43, told the Wall Street Journal that the 853-foot-long structure cost 600 million yuan—almost $100 million. The Baidu board member "made it so" after receiving permission from CBS, which owns rights to the TV show. Read the rest

New Alumni Report Finds More Abuse at Horace Mann

A new report compiled by the alumni group Horace Mann Action Coalition alleges that instances of sexual abuse at the elite private school in the Bronx were even worse than previously thought. According to The Wall Street Journal, "the report identifies more than 60 former students who allegedly were abused from the... More »

Capital Journal Daybreak: Breach at IRS Exposes Tax Returns, More

The Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter is The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

Capital Journal Daybreak: Breach at IRS Exposes Tax Returns | Big 2016 Field Gets Even Bigger | State Proposes Clinton Email Release Every 60 Days

The Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter is The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

Grand Central: What We’ve Learned from Yellen and Fischer

The Wall Street Journal’s Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Wednesday, May 27, 2015. Jon Hilsenrath parses recent speeches by Janet Yellen and Stanley Fischer to get a sense of where they stand on the outlook for the economy and monetary policy.

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