CHICAGO - Mitt Romney is back - and so is his foot. As reported in The Wall Street Journal, Romney is planning on re-emerging in ways that will “help shape national priorities,” such as assisting the Republican Party as it tries to regain its footing with the non-white voters who ignored the GOP standard-bearer at the polls in 2012. Yes, the man known for favoring the term...
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Former Pakistani prime minister told The Wall Street Journal he would seek improved ties with the U.S. if, as looks likely, he returns to power.
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AGN Media’s Sunday business offerings soon will pack more punch with the addition of investment, financial and career content from the Wall Street Journal. Beginning April 14, Wall Street Journal Sunday will appear in the Amarillo Globe-News weekly Business section and online at www.amarillo.com. “We focus on personal finance, markets, career advice — living issues, the sort...
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As Mary Jo White confronts scrutiny over her ties to big Wall Street firms, a leading candidate to be her enforcement chief — Andrew J. Ceresney — has trod a similar path.
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The investigation of The Wall Street Journal coincides with a broader search the government is conducting of News Corporation over a phone-hacking scandal in 2011.
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"I represent the majority of citizens," announces a Wall Street Journal editorial board member fulminating about the blue bicycles that have "begrimed" New York's "finest, most picturesque" neighborhoods and the "totalitarians" who have put them there.
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This morning, Charlaine Harris posted the Wall Street Journal's newest article on her Facebook page. The article is titled, "How to Kill a Vampire (Series)" and even the title starts out the negative theme towards...
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Erin McKean's field guide to unusual words in this week's Wall Street Journal includes papalo and duodecad.
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A recurring theme in the Wall Street Journal’s editorial pages since the 1970s has been that Japanese markets are “among the world’s most open,” and that in failing to sell in Japan the Detroit auto companies have only themselves to blame. Total baloney, of course – albeit baloney that virtually no one in Washington, let alone in Tokyo, has had the courage to contradict.
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(Reuters) - Telecom providers T-Mobile US Inc and Verizon Wireless do not directly contribute to the controversial U.S. surveillance program, partly due to their overseas ownership ties, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
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