Wall Street Journal, Reputation Under Fire, the IRS Pulls a Gun—Al Capone’s: The Internal Revenue Service doesn’t enjoy an abundance of favorable press. At present, it finds itself mired in controversy as its director, John Koskinen, hauled before Congress last week, tries to fend off an impeachment attempt. On Tuesday,...
In the wake of the massive Galaxy Note 7 smartphone debacle which saw Samsung recall some 2.5 million of its flagship handsets, Samsung’s woes continue in its home country. The Wall Street Journal reports that some customers who have...Show More Summary
“One-third of voters say the presidential debates will be very important in helping them decide who to support for president, with slightly more Republicans than Democrats saying so,” a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. “Some 34% of [...] The post One Third of Voters Say Debates Will Help Them Decide appeared first on Political Wire.
This appeared late last week.Turn Off the Computer and Listen to the PatientThe practice of medicine is a subtle art. Doctors need to give patients their undivided attention. By Caleb Gardner and John Levinson Sept. 21, 2016 6:50 p.m. Show More Summary
From Politico to Snapchat, Telemundo to Buzzfeed News, The Wall Street Journal to Hulu, a sporting event of historic proportions will captivate American viewers Monday night. For all the frenzy around this presidential Super Bowl, one would expect unprecedented levels of voter engagement. Show More Summary
From the Wall Street Journal: One-third of voters say the presidential debates will be very important in helping them decide whom to support for president, with slightly more Republicans than Democrats saying so, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. This is one reason not to take polls too seriously. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal op-ed: A Dangerous Rush to Impeach John Koskinen, by John Conyers (D-MI; Ranking Member, House Judiciary Committee): The power of impeachment is a responsibility entrusted to the House of Representatives by the Constitution and to the House Judiciary Committee by our peers. I take this charge very...
Here's one of your "fair and balanced" 2016 presidential debate moderators on this weekend's Fox News Sunday: CHRIS WALLACE: I want to start with a fascinating poll from "The Wall Street Journal" this week. Let’s put it up on the screen. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal has checked out every Fortune 100 CEO in the country, and not a single one supports Donald Trump: Most have stayed on the sidelines, with 89 of the 100 top CEOs not supporting either presidential nominee, and 11 backing Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton....Hope Hicks, Mr. Show More Summary
According to the Wall Street Journal, “Sales of previously owned homes fell 0.9% from a month earlier to an annual rate of 5.33 million, the National Association of Realtors said Thursday.” But that figure quoted by the National Association of Realtors (and repeated by the venerable Wall Street Journal) is based on SEASONALLY ADJUSTED sales. Show More Summary
Snapchat is losing the "chat." The company has been renamed Snap Inc., the Wall Street Journal reported late Friday night. Cleaner, right? SEE ALSO: Leaked video appears to show Snapchat's long-rumored smart sunglasses That's not all: The company will also release video-recording sunglasses called Spectacles this fall. Show More Summary
The Snapchat Spectacles are official. Snapchat’s 26-year-old CEO Evan Spiegel says Spectacles are a smart wearable for video-sharing, according to the Wall Street Journal. Since this is the first hardware product offering, Spiegel stated that the company is taking things slow with Spectacles and shall release limited units for $130 this fall. Show More Summary
Kelsey Gee reported on Thursday at The Wall Street Journal Online that, “U.S. trade officials on Thursday set out steps necessary for China to resume imports of American beef after a 13-year ban, though they didn’t lay out a timetable for the resumption of trade. The U.S. Trade Representative said the move this week by […]
Wall Street Journal, The White House Says Its Policies Slashed the Income Gap: One of the big criticisms of the current economic expansion—and also the one that ran from 2001 through 2007—is that most of the gains accrued to the best off, unleashing a populist groundswell in the presidential election...
Snapchat has announced its first hardware product, a one-size-fits-all pair of sunglasses called Spectacles that can record 10 seconds of video at a time, reports The Wall Street Journal. The glasses will cost $130 and launch this fall in three colors: teal, black and coral. Show More Summary
In The Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed Jewel on her journey from rock bottom to rock star (go here). It's a harrowing story of survival after being rejected by her mother as a child, dealing with a gruff...
Shares of Facebook (FB) today closed down $2.12, or 1.6%, at $127.96, after The Wall Street Journal’s Suzanne Veronica and Jack Marshall yesterday reported that ad buyers are annoyed that the company “vastly overestimated average viewing...Show More Summary
Facebook drastically misled advertisers and media publishers by overestimating average video viewing times across its platform for a total of two years, according to an explosive report in The Wall Street Journal. The company did soShow More Summary
A number of major marketers are unhappy with Facebook after finding out the company has been overestimating the average time its users spend viewing video ads on the platform, The Wall Street Journal reports. The report, which cites sources who...
Wall Street Journal, Hillary Clinton Proposes 65% Top Rate for Estate Tax: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would levy a 65% tax on the largest estates and make it harder for wealthy people to pass appreciated assets to their heirs without paying taxes, expanding the list of tax increases she...