The Wall Street Journal reports: Mr. Trump tweeted Wednesday that he was ending the White House council on manufacturing and the Strategic and Policy Forum. One of the councils had planned to disband after a conference call of its executives on Wednesday morning, a person familiar with the matter said. Mr. Trump’s tweet came after […]
Apple appears to be poised to become a major player in Hollywood, with a budget reported at about $1 billion for original TV and film content over the next year. The Wall Street Journal broke the story today, citing anonymous...
Tripp Mickle, reporting for The Wall Street Journal (alternate link that should route around the Journal’s paywall): Apple Inc. has set a budget of roughly $1 billion to procure and produce original content over the next year, according...Show More Summary
Recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New York's newspapers: The Wall Street Journal on the German economic system Aug. 15 Angela Merkel is a rare leader on the … Click to Continue »
An American man who used eBay and PayPal to receive payments from ISIS for a potential terror attack has pleaded guilty to terrorism offenses, The Wall Street Journal reports. Mohamed Elshinawy, 32, pleaded guilty to three counts inShow More Summary
The Wall Street Journal this week explained Why Early Peeks at Drug Trials Are Giving Investors Whiplash. It’s a thoughtful look at the impact of pharmaceutical company news releases on market psychology and investors. Here’s how they framed the issue: To comply with securities requirements of timely disclosure of material information, companies often issue brief […]
Summary: The iPhone maker has set aside a billion dollars to either create or acquire original content so it can go head-to-head with the likes of Netflix and Amazon, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Apple has hired former WGN America President Matt Chreniss to oversee a $1 billion investment in acquiring new video content, The Wall Street Journal reports. After hemming and hawing on the sidelines for years and dabbling in videoShow More Summary
As it continues to try to build up its all-encompassing “services” product sector, Apple is committing a billion dollars to original programming, The Wall Street Journal reports. That number, and Apple’s original-content strategy thus far, is proving confusing, in part because a billion dollars is in this case not a ton ... More »
Apple has reportedly set a budget of $1 billion for purchasing and producing original shows for the next year. The company is apparently looking to produce as many as 10 programs in that time. From The Wall Street Journal: Apple could...Show More Summary
Apple dipped a toe into TV. Now it's preparing to do a cannonball. Apple has set aside $1 billion for original video over the next year, according to the Wall Street Journal. The money would go to as many as 10 different shows in an...Show More Summary
After poaching two TV veterans in June to run its TV and movie business, Apple is ready to drop $1 billion in the next year to make original content, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. That makes Apple a real player...Show More Summary
The company is preparing a war chest for new content to compete with Amazon and Netflix, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Apple’s ambitions around creating original content seem set to grow: The Wall Street Journal reports that it has a budget of around $1 billion to spend on creating its own programming next year. That’s a budget that begins to approach those of dedicated content creators like HBO, which spent just around twice that last year on its own shows. Apple’s first forays into… Read More
A review of 190 articles about Amazon.com from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Bezos-owned Washington Post over the past year paints a picture of almost uniformly positive–ofttimes boosterish–coverage.
The iPhone maker has set aside a billion dollars to either create or acquire original content so it can go head-to-head with the likes of Netflix and Amazon, reports the Wall Street Journal. The budget shows just how serious a player...Show More Summary
Apple appears to be taking original content production very seriously. Building on significant talent hires, the Wall Street Journal writes Apple has readied a $1 billion budget to ‘procure and produce’ content over the next year. The report says the sum is about half what HBO spent on production last year. Show More Summary
THE URBAN LEFT’S SELF-CREATED SUMMER OF HELL: “Liberals whine about being governed by Trump. Pity those governed by them,” Dan Henninger writes in the Wall Street Journal: We’re not living yet under a President Sanders or Warren, so the steady, documented outflow of residents will continue from New York, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, California and New […]
When you read the economic news releases in the mainstream media, you probably wonder what the real story is behind the headlines. And if you don't, you should. All too often, sources like the Wall Street Journal, or CNBC, or any financial...Show More Summary
Amity Schlaes, an editorial writer for the Wall Street Journal, wrote an article in The Spectator in January 1994, describing the white middle class' fear of blacks after Colin Ferguson murdered six whites on a Long Island commuter train, and after a jury in Brooklyn acquitted a young black despite powerful evidence that he had murdered a white. Show More Summary