Wall Street Journal Headlines

  • ‘Tag’ starring Ed Helms, Jon Hamm is an interesting failure. Not the good kind.

    Tag, the new film starring Jon Hamm and Ed Helms, is an interesting failure.

    SFGate
  • Review: ‘Tag,’ You’re It. Playing the Long Game Into Middle Age.

    Hannibal Buress, Jon Hamm, Jake Johnson and Ed Helms star as friends who refuse to put away childish things.

    www.nytimes.com
  • More grim news for US newspapers: survey

    The troubled picture for US newspapers became even grimmer in 2017 with declines in revenue and both print and digital readership, a new research report showed Wednesday. The Pew Research Center found total US daily newspaper circulation, print and digital combined, was 31 million for weekday and 34

    @YahooNews
  • Trump adviser apologizes for 'inappropriate' comments targeting Trudeau

    President Donald Trump's trade policy adviser, Peter Navarro, apologized Tuesday for his "inappropriate" comment suggesting that "there's a special place in hell" for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. "Let me correct a mistake I made," Navarro told the audience at the Wall Street Journal's...

    ABC News
  • You can’t spell ‘Big D’oh’ without IHOb; Workday to buy Adaptive Insights

    You can't spell 'Big D'oh' without IHOb Try to contain your excitement: IHOP, which teased a name change to IHOb this month, said Monday that the "b'' is to promote its new burger menu. The company would not give an end date for IHOb but referred to the "tongue-in-cheek name change" and said it was tied to the summer burger promotion. Maybe the best response was a tweet from Wendy's: "Can't wait to try a burger from the place that decided pancakes were too hard." ...

    SFGate
  • The Wall Street Journal keeps peddling Big Oil propaganda

    The WSJ disguises climate misinformation as “opinion” The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Opinion page has long had a conservative skew, and unfortunately that has extended to politicizing climate change with biased and factually inaccurate editorials. Over the past several weeks, the WSJ’s attacks on climate science have gone into overdrive. On May 15th, the Opinion page published a self-contradictory editorial from the lifelong contrarian and fossil fuel-funded Fred Singer that so badly rejected...

    the Guardian