There is to be a parting of ways between Dow Jones/The Wall Street Journal and AllThingsD. This split is the best course of action as decided upon by both parties.
Sep 20 2013, 3:21am CDT
Source: World Magazine
Chinese state television (CCTV) has labeled the iPhone a threat to
national security because devices using iOS7 track and timestamp a
The Wall Street Journal
reported Friday. Although the feature can be disabled, the CCTV
broadcast suggested the popular Apple product could leak
information about the country’s economic status, as well as state
secrets, to U.S. intelligence agencies. CCTV broadcasts are
Full article at: World Magazine
20 minutes ago
In a few hours from now, Apple will once again make history.While the secrecy of products remain tight, the New York...
Jun 10 2013, 3:57am CDT
ABC has hired Mike Dean as its new vp, programmatic and data-driven sales, The Wall Street Journal reports. Dean joins the Disney-owned network from ad tech firm Videology, where he was vp, media platform sales and solutions. Before Videology, Dean served as director, publisher services at Vibrant Media and business development manager - Bing for Microsoft. "Mike has a wealth of experience in digital and new media sales," said Pooja Midha, se ...
Full article at: AdWeek
17 hours ago, 2:34pm CDT
The Wall Street Journal hits back at Bloomberg with their own iPad mini rumor. Earlier we reported that Bloomberg reported that an iPad mini comes by year-end to compete with Google and Amazon.
Jul 4 2012, 9:25am CDT
Source: National Center for Policy Analysis
More than 170 towns in the state of New York have used zoning laws to ban or put a moratorium on fracking. In June, the highest court in the state upheld the right of municipalities to ban the practice via zoning, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Courts in both New York and Pennsylvania have allowed municipalities to make their own decisions about the gas extraction method, despite plaintiffs' claims that state oil and gas law superseded local zoning rules. Colorado courts ar ...
Full article at: National Center for Policy Analysis
18 hours ago, 2:08pm CDT
Source: Business Insider
Bill Gates first read his favorite business book after Warren Buffet lent him his copy. In a column for The Wall Street Journal, Gates writes that he has had Buffet's copy of "Business Adventures," by John Brooks since he first recieved it in 1991. The book — a collection of 12 New Yorker articles by Brooks from the 60s — has been out-of-print since 1971, but Gates says its lessons are as ...
Full article at: Business Insider
19 hours ago, 12:27pm CDT
Microsoft aquires Business software company Yammer for $1.2 billion reports the Wall Street Journal citing a person familiar with the matter.
Jun 15 2012, 2:16am CDT