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Tempe-based US Airways and Chicago-based United Airlines are still talking merger despite speculation to the contrary, according to sources cited by the Wall Street Journal.
NEW YORK - The Huffington Post said Sunday that it will bankroll a group of investigative journalists, directing them at first to look at stories about the nation's economy.
May 18, 2005
A Gilbert woman will appear on the "Today Show" July 18 in a segment about long-distance friendships and traveling journals. Morgenne Basye is a member of a decade-long tradition among a group of five friends. Basye and four others started a traveling journal in 2001 as a way to stay connected after the Iowa friends ended up living in five different states. In June, the friends' journal was featured in The Wall Street Journal along with several photos from the last time they were all together.
Well the Newspaper media and TV News people struck out with two new “almost” major events. The Iran-Mexican Drug Cartel-Saudi Arabian Ambassador assassination “story” which quickly became a “bed time” story everywhere but on MSNBC. This “bedtime story” was dropped quicker than a hot potato even by Obama Newspaper mouthpieces like the Atlanta-Journal Constitution and the Washington Post. Vice-President Joe Biden couldn’t be persuaded to go out on a limb for Obama on this one.
The man behind the legend takes the spotlight in “Lombardi,” a play, billed by the Wall Street Journal as “an extremely well-crafted piece of intelligent theatre.”
NEW OWNERSHIP?: Tuesday editions of Barron\'s and The Wall Street Journal are shown on a New York newssatnd.
NEW YORK - Rupert Murdoch's News Corp reached a tentative agreement to buy Wall Street Journal publisher Dow Jones & Co., the Journal reported Tuesday, but he must still win over the company's controlling shareholders.
Commissioners David Stern, NBA, left; Bud Selig, Major League Baseball, second left; Roger Goodell, NFL, third left; and Gary Bettman, NHL, pose for a photo before the Wall Street Journal's "The Future of Sports" discussion. May 6, 2009.
“A Mighty Heart,” based on Mariane Pearl’s memoir of the 2002 kidnapping and murder of her husband, Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, by Muslim militants, impresses most as a film testament to her rock-solid Buddhist reserve.
NEW YORK - Dow Jones & Co. has reached a tentative deal on a new contract with the union representing reporters at The Wall Street Journal, ending several months of sometimes contentious talks.
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith participated in a forum Thursday in Washington, D.C., to discuss the impact of the recession on local governments. The forum, called Fiscal Challenges Facing Cities: Implications for Economic Recovery, covered creative approaches some communities have taken during the downturn.
The Wall Street Journal opined Monday that, given the cavils of critics of U.S. Iraq policy that not enough Sunnis participated in January's largely successful elections, “it would be nice if these critics acknowledged, just once, that the real enemies in Iraq aren't Dick Cheney or George Bush but the masked terrorists who kill their fellow Iraqis for putting up election posters.”
NEW YORK - Three weeks after introducing the pencil-thin iPod Nano portable music player, Apple Computer is reportedly ready to respond to complaints about defective screens.
May 23, 2005
BRICK to CBS News, which Wednesday tut-tutted the Internet commentators called "bloggers" for "writing in the Wild West of cyberspace." CBS fretted that while bloggers enjoy the same First Amendment protections as newspapers, "There remains no code of ethics, or even an employer, to enforce any standard."
NEW YORK - Shares of Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp. rose Wednesday as The Wall Street Journal reported Microsoft has talked to other media companies about teaming up to buy Yahoo's search business.
NEW YORK - Rupert Murdoch is poised to win control of Wall Street Journal publisher Dow Jones & Co. after the company’s board approved his $5 billion buyout offer late Tuesday, a person familiar with the matter said.
Linda Turley-Hansen: No one knows who to believe, or where to seek reliable information. Thus, I borrow from two exceptional Wall Street Journal articles to continue in my efforts to warn of the attacks against our most basic freedoms.
When Chairman Mao was running China, he could look out contentedly on tens of millions of his countrymen clad in identical gray suits, pedaling silently and docilely to work on identical black bicycles.
TOKYO - Toshiba may pull the plug on its high-definition DVD format but no decision has been made, the Japanese electronics maker said in a statement Monday.