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Trump’s Narrow Path Requires Four States

Wall Street Journal: “A Trump victory over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton likely would require a sweep of a set of battleground states where he is competitive but trailing in recent opinion polls—Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania and North Carolina—and both campaigns describe [...]

PM Funds Roundup: China Buys Treasuries Through U.S. Hedge Fund; $1.6 Bitcoin Buy

A court won’t reconsider the decision from a three-judge panel that threw out a $1.27 billion fine related to mortgage fraud for Bank of America (BAC). Christina Rexrode, The Wall Street Journal. Reuters A hedge fund startup that’s using funding from Chinese heavyweights to snap up U.S. government debt.   Miles Weiss, Bloomberg. A look at […]

Please: Donald Trump Is Not "Courting the Black Vote"

Here is the Wall Street Journal today: Donald Trump Courts Black Vote While Avoiding African-American Communities Donald Trump for the last week has been asking for support from African-American voters who have long backed Democrats,...Show More Summary

Panglossing the Robots

Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Andy Kessler maintains that we shouldn’t be too concerned about the ‘robot threat’ to jobs. Much of his argument revolves around the idea that technological change has worked out in the past and so...Show More Summary

Canada’s Biggest Pension Fund May Buy AIG’s Lloyd’s Insurance Business

American International Group (AIG) is higher Tuesday, on news that it may sell its Lloyd’s of London operations to Canada’s largest pension fund. Anonymous sources close to the deal told The Wall Street Journal that the Canada Pension...Show More Summary

AIG in talks to sell Lloyd's insurance business to CPPIB: WSJ

(Reuters) - American International Group Inc is in early talks to sell Lloyd's of London Ltd's [SOLYD.UL] insurance operations to Canada Pension Fund (CPPIB), the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday. If the deal comes through, it...Show More Summary

Obama reportedly declined to enforce red line in Syria after Iran threatened to back out of nuclear deal

President Barack Obama infamously drew a "red line" with the regime of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria only to back away from it, and we now know why. Wall Street Journal reporter Jay Solomon, who recently wrote a book called "The...Show More Summary

Marketers Must Balance Targeting With Audience Reach

The Wall Street Journal recently published a story that caused some alarm in marketing circles: “P&G to Scale Back Targeted Facebook Ads.”

The Wall Street Journal’s James Grimaldi On The Clintons, Gilbert Chagoury and Marc Rich

The Wall Street Journal’s Pulitzer Prize winning James Grimaldi joined me this morning to discuss the MSM’s inexplicable —to me– refusal to put  spotlight on the Marc Rich-Gilbert Chagoury business relationship and Chagoury’s massive...Show More Summary

Non-Sequiturs: 08.22.16

Sonia Sotomayor is proving she is a different kind of Supreme Court justice. [Guile is Good] Nick Denton gets a nice payday in exchange for a non-compete clause. [Wall Street Journal] Federal judge rules Ferguson School District violated the Voting Rights Act. Show More Summary

Revealed: ECB Secretly Hands Cash to Select Corporations

Now it has been revealed by The Wall Street Journal that the ECB has also secretly been buying bonds directly from companies, thus handing them directly its freshly printed money. It has been doing so via "private placements." These debt sales are not open to the broader market. Show More Summary

PM Funds Roundup: Baha Passes Away, Play Poker With Bitcoin

DoubleLine Capital portfolio manager Bonnie Baha died after she was hit by a car Sunday. Sarah Jones, Bloomberg. Now you can invest with Kobe Bryant and Jeff Stibel. Dennis Berman, The Wall Street Journal. And you can also play poker with bitcoin, among other things. NewsBTC. An argument for how mutual funds and 401(k)s could […]

Sony to unveil two PlayStation consoles at Sept. 7 event: report

Sony will debut a redesigned version of its standard PlayStation 4 (PS4) along with a higher-end PlayStation 4, codenamed “Neo,” during a press event on Sept. 7, according to The Wall Street Journal. Sony revealed the existence of its PS4 “Neo” back in June, but the redesigned PS4 is a new development.

WSJ:Republicans Take New Tack On Taxing Companies’ Overseas Profits

Wall Street Journal, Republicans Take New Tack on Taxing Companies’ Overseas Profits: President Ronald Reagan once chided government’s approach to the economy as following this mantra: “If it moves, tax it.” Today’s Republicans are following Mr. Reagan’s ideas by trying the exact opposite approach. The tax plans from House Republicans...

Pandora to Challenge Spotify and Apple With Its New Service

Pandora will expand beyond its Internet radio service as soon as next month, offering two new monthly subscription options that will take the company into on-demand music streaming, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing sources who are familiar with the...

Two new PlayStations could signal major change in console industry

If you were planning to give the gamers in your life new consoles before they head back to school, you may want to pump the brakes. A report from the Wall Street Journal indicates that Sony will release two models of the PlayStation early next month: a high-end model with enhanced graphics and a new version of the […]

Peter Thiel Has 'No Plans' To Donate To Trump Campaign

And in a Wall Street Journal piece, IfOnly founder (and Wilsey son) Trevor Traina compares the media response to local Trump events to "a witch hunt." [ more › ]

As goes Silicon Valley, so goes the nation?

  The Wall Street Journal reports on the paltry donations to Donald Trump from Silicon Valley: Mr. Trump’s challenges are reflected in FEC filings and interviews with more than a dozen prominent Republican donors in Silicon Valley. Tech executives say their dissatisfaction with Mr. Trump goes beyond his lack of outreach. His calls for tougher limits […]

News: Apple investigating after two Foxconn employees died last week

Apple partner Foxconn said two workers at one of its manufacturing facilities died last week, The Wall Street Journal reports. A 31-year-old employee at the Zhengzhou plant that specializes in production of Apple devices climbed to the...Show More Summary

How Pandora could turn a profit where Spotify hasn't been able to (P)

Internet radio pioneer Pandora is readying its on-demand product, which could roll out as soon as next month, according to the Wall Street Journal. Pandora will reportedly offer two premium tiers, at $5 and $10. The $10 offering will...Show More Summary

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