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Wall Street Journal rapped over climate change stance

Leading scientists, including climate change experts, complain about opinion piece akin to 'dentists practising cardiology'The Wall Street Journal has received a dressing down from a large group of... | Guardian – 2012-02-02

BA urges members to lobby MPs on High Street future

The Booksellers Association is urging members to write to their MPs today expressing their... | The Bookseller – 2012-01-16

Customers move to support high street

Customer sentiment towards the high street helped independent bookshops in the final weeks of the... | The Bookseller – 2012-01-09

Portas report: half of consumer spend off high street

Mary Portas is expected to suggest cutting regulations for traders and launching a national... | The Bookseller – 2011-12-13

Rupert Murdoch met David Cameron at Downing Street twice during BSkyB bid

No 10 admits PM met executives of News Corp and subsidiaries more than all other media groups combined during periodRupert Murdoch attended No 10 Downing Street for a previously undisclosed second... | Guardian – 2011-12-10

Mainstream to publish "street-smart" guide to single life

Mainstream has bought a book aimed at guiding modern single girls on their search for love, to be... | The Bookseller – 2011-12-09

High street welcomes 'range' Christmas

Booksellers say they are set for a "range Christmas", predicting that it will benefit... | The Bookseller – 2011-12-05

A French Manifesto to Unite Occupy Wall Street: William D. Cohan

You’ve got to love the French. The best-selling book on’s French site is “Indignez- vous!,” an exceedingly slim, elegant rumination on the state of the world by Stephane Hessel, a... | BusinessWeek – 2011-11-01

Mike Mayo's new book blasts Wall Street

Mike Mayo is at it again. Mayo is the Wall Street analyst who has been a thorn in the side of banks for years. Outspoken, blunt, volatile and prickly, the 48-year old has been ridiculed by his peers,... | – 2011-11-01

E-book charts published in Wall Street Journal

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Mon, 31/10/2011 - 08:20 The first official sales charts including e-book sales data have been published in the Wall Street Journal this weekend,... | The Bookseller – 2011-10-31

Gannett 3Q net income lower, matches Street views

(10-17) 06:35 PDT McLean, Va. (AP) -- Gannett, the publisher of USA Today and 81 other daily newspapers, says its third-quarter net income declined slightly as the company kept expenses in line with... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-10-17

High street "a goner" says Cumbrian indie owner

Written By: Lisa Campbell Publication Date: Wed, 24/08/2011 - 15:16 The owner of Derwent Bookshop has declared the British high street “a goner” as the only bookshop in Workington is forced to... | The Bookseller – 2011-08-24

High street bounces back for Bloomsbury

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Thu, 11/08/2011 - 09:30 Bloomsbury has said sales have bounced back significantly from a "soft" spring thanks to e-book downloads and greater sales... | The Bookseller – 2011-08-11

Penguin plans focus on organic growth and high street

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Mon, 01/08/2011 - 08:59 Digital sales have helped to bolster profitability for Penguin in the first six months of 2011, with company chiefs looking... | The Bookseller – 2011-08-01

Happy birthday to Fleet Street's ranters

The inimitable Gentlemen Ranters site - described by The Times as "a brilliant compendium of reminiscences of the great days of Fleet Street" - celebrates its 200th edition today.It's a tribute to... | Guardian – 2011-06-10

High street bookshops need greater support - Streeter

Written By: Graeme Neill Publication Date: Mon, 16/05/2011 - 09:56 The economics for booksellers "simply don't work" as they struggle with high costs and low margins, the president of the... | The Bookseller – 2011-05-16

Tindal Street signs festival find

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Thu, 07/04/2011 - 08:59 Tindal Street Press has acquired a debut novel after discovering the author at a writing festival. Editor Luke Brown bought... | The Bookseller – 2011-04-07

Tindal Street Press acquires Ryan Giggs title

Written By: Graeme Neill Publication Date: Wed, 06/04/2011 - 14:45 Tindal Street Press has bought UK and Commonwealth rights to a book about an obsessive ex-professional footballer's relationship... | The Bookseller – 2011-04-06

HMV will survive on the high street, says Fox

Simon Fox, chief executive of HMV, has vowed that the troubled entertainment group will survive and still have hundreds of shops in five years' time. The group, which owns the eponymous chain and the... | The Independent – 2011-03-18

Wall Street Journal claims 200,000 tablet subscribers

The Wall Street Journal has added 200,000 paying subscribers via tablets such as the iPad and Kindle, according to Les Hinton, head of the newspaper's publisher, Dow Jones.He said some 150,000 people... | Guardian – 2011-03-11

Fleet Street veterans split over the ethics of phone-hacking

Many veteran Fleet Street reporters cannot see what the phone-hacking fuss is all about. I've had several emails from former colleagues telling me that I've lost the plot (nothing new there!) because... | Guardian – 2011-02-25

Quarto defends high street as it posts strong results

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Tue, 15/02/2011 - 09:43 Most publishers are neglecting the marketing role provided by bricks and mortar bookshops, said the head of Quarto as it... | The Bookseller – 2011-02-15

The Wall Street Journal Wants To Pay You $200 To Hear What You Think Of Its iPad App

Do you use The Wall Street Journal's iPad app? Do you live in New York? Do you want to make an easy $200? Good news! | Yahoo – 2010-08-03

Wall Street Journal Appoints Deborah Needleman as Editor of WSJ. Magazine, New Lifestyle Section

NEW YORK -- The Wall Street Journal has named Deborah Needleman to a newly created role in which she will serve as editor in chief of WSJ., the Journal's glossy lifestyle magazine, and editor of a... | Yahoo – 2010-07-27

What it’s Like to Be The Wall Street Journal ’s Friend

The Wall Street Journal is getting a bit of press about its partnership with Foursquare . For the uninitiated, Foursquare is a location-based social media network, a cross between Twitter and a... | Yahoo – 2010-07-14

Wall Street Journal Europe to Launch New Lifestyle Content; Tina Gaudoin to Become Contributing Editor for Style ...

LONDON -- The Wall Street Journal Europe is to launch expanded and enhanced Life & Style content in the autumn, leading with a new-look Weekend Journal, its Friday arts, culture and leisure section. | Yahoo – 2010-07-08

Les Hinton of 'The Wall Street Journal' Named E&P's Publisher of the Year

The selection of the Dow Jones & Co. CEO and WSJ publisher was an easy one, said E&P Editor Mark Fitzgerald. The Wall Street Journal is in one of the strongest positions of any newspaper in this... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-04-01

Wall Street Journal Uses Arthur Sulzberger's Picture To Illustrate 'Girly Man' Feature

Well, on the front page of the Journal's Weekend section this morning is a feature on how women from healthier populations prefer feminine-looking men. The piece is illustrated with a grid showing... | The Huffington Post – 2010-03-27

Wall Street Journal Announces iPad Subscriptions

A lot of desperate media organizations seem to have a lot of eggs invested in the Apple basket. Add The Wall Street Journal to the list, which has announced the pricing for an iPad-only... | PC Magazine via Yahoo! News – 2010-03-25

Apple iPad edition of Wall Street Journal could cost $18 a month

According to one report, the Wall Street Journal could charge $17.99 a month for access to an Apple iPad-friendly edition of the business broadsheet. Some bloggers say the price tag – no matter how... | The Christian Science Monitor – 2010-03-25

Wharton School's "Future Of Publishing" Conference Features Gordon Crovitz, Former Wall Street Journal Publisher and ...

PHILADELPHIA----The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is presenting The Future of Publishing: Technology, Publishing and Academia Build a Forum for Solutions, a one-day conference... | Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance – 2010-03-24

Website's instant posts of Wall Street research banned

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Manhattan federal judge on Thursday barred the financial news service from issuing immediate news about analyst research from several Wall Street banks,... | Reuters – 2010-03-18

Flash-free iPad-ready site from Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal and National Public Radio have announced plans to create Flash-free versions of their websites for iPad users. | Network World – 2010-03-18

NY Times fires back at Wall Street Journal

The New York Times fired back on Monday against plans by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. to compete against the respected daily with a New York edition of The Wall Street Journal. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2010-03-15

BRC reports high street book sales decline

Struggling non-fiction bestsellers and strong... | The Book Seller – 2010-03-09

Wall Street Journal's New York Section To Launch In April

What's Your Reaction? NEW YORK — News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch said Tuesday that The Wall Street Journal will launch its New York metro section in April. | The Huffington Post – 2010-03-02

Murdoch Confirms 'Wall Street Journal' Getting NYC Edition

News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch (left) confirmed the worst-kept secret in the newspaper industry Tuesday afternoon: The Wall Street Journal is launching a New York Edition next month. The section... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-02

Steve Jobs' Wall Street Journal Visit Reportedly Included Arguments Against Flash

Building on comments reportedly made by Apple CEO Steve Jobs at a town hall meeting for company employees last month, Valleywag claims that Jobs focused a significant amount of effort during his... | The Huffington Post – 2010-02-18

High street loses two independent bookshops a week

Independent numbers dwindled last year with... | The Book Seller – 2010-02-05

Advertising Revenue Turns Positive at 'The Wall Street Journal' in Q2

News Corp. announced Tuesday afternoon that operating results at Dow Jones increased due to strength at The Wall Street Journal during the company's fiscal second quarter ending Dec. 31, 2009. Print... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-02

Wall Street Journal, AP take aim at Google

Editor of the Journal says sites that aggregate news are "parasites" and says legal challenges are coming. | CNET – 2009-04-06

Wall Street Journal Is Told to Feed Newswires

Reporters will be required to supply a corporate sibling, Dow Jones Newswires, more often, and with faster, clearer versions of their articles. | New York Times – 2009-03-23

Singapore sues another Wall Street Journal editor: report

The Singapore government is taking legal action against another editor at The Wall Street Journal over articles allegedly casting doubt on the judiciary's integrity, a report said Friday. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2009-03-13

Wall Street Journal expands sports coverage

The Wall Street Journal is expanding its sports coverage to six days a week, part of the newspaper's attempt to reach readers interested in more than its traditional business and financial news. | Reuters via Yahoo! News – 2009-03-02

'Des Moines Register' to Print 'Wall Street Journal'

The Wall Street Journal will close its printing plant in West Des Moines in mid-April, when Dow Jones & Co. will pay The Des Moines Register to print copies for distribution in four states. The... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-25

'Wall Street Journal' Hits Back at 'N.Y. Times' On Circ Strategy

CHICAGO The Wall Street Journal took issue late Monday with a New York Times article that it said "wrongly reported" its circulation growth increasingly has depended on heavy discounting since... | Editor & Publisher – 2009-02-24

Wall Street Journal Europe Revokes Sponsorship of Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships

NEW YORK, Feb. 17, 2009 -- The Wall Street Journal Europe has revoked its sponsorship of the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships due to the decision of the United Arab Emirates to deny a visa to... | GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-17

'Wall Street Journal' Librarian Laments Shutdown

Assistant Librarian Leslie A. Norman, who is losing her job when the paper's library closes, wrote in the memo posted on a librarian list serve that digital search products cannot replace the... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-11

India allows Wall Street Journal to publish facsimile edition

New Delhi, Feb 11 : The government Wednesday gave approval to two foreign newspapers, the Wall Street Journal and the Wall Street Journal Asia, to publish their facsimile editions from India. | New Kerala – 2009-02-11

Wall Street Journal to open London-based editorial team

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is boosting its online presence in Europe by introducing a London-based editorial team. | – 2009-02-10

Wall Street Journal expands Asia, Europe Web sites

The Wall Street Journal on Monday unveiled expanded Web sites dedicated to news about Asia and Europe, and launched a regional home page for India. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-09

'Wall Street Journal' Cuts 14 Newsroom Positions

NEW YORK The Wall Street Journal is losing 14 newsroom positions in addition to 11 lost over the past couple of months, Managing Editor Robert Thomson disclosed today. The paper is reorganizing some... | Editor & Publisher – 2009-02-06

Wall Street Journal to cut 2 dozen newsroom jobs

The Wall Street Journal, one of the last major U.S. daily newspapers to avoid deep cuts to its news gathering operations amid a historic industry downturn, is trimming about two dozen newsroom jobs.... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2009-02-06

McClatchy, Wall Street Journal to Cut Jobs

McClatchy says it will implement cost cuts that will include the elimination of positions, and Dow Jones says 14 jobs will be cut at 'The Wall Street Journal.' | – 2009-02-05

NY Times 4Q profit tumbles, but beats Street view

The New York Times Co. said Wednesday that fourth-quarter earnings plunged 48 percent and online sales fell for the first time as the recession depressed spending by advertisers. The results still... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-01-28

Wall Street Journal Gets Envelopes With White Powder: WSJ

Wall Street Journal Gets Envelopes With White Powder: WSJ | Fox News – 2009-01-21

Wall Street Journal Office Network Names Senior Vice President of Sales to Drive Growth and Expand Partnerships

CHICAGO , Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Wall Street Journal Office Network (The WSJ Office Network) today announced the appointment of David L. Kahn to the position of senior vice president of sales. | Broadcast Newsroom – 2009-01-21

Book maps 'Sesame Street' history

How to get to "Sesame Street" is child's play, as the chirpy theme song has assured kids daily for 39 years. But first it had to be created. In the new book "Street Gang: The Complete History of... | Louisville Courier-Journal – 2008-12-22

'Wall Street Journal' Editor Sizes Up Competition

A year after being taken over by Rupert Murdoch, The Wall Street Journal is expanding its coverage — despite the sputtering economy. Robert Thomson, the Journal 's managing editor, says his paper... | NPR – 2008-12-09

Wall Street Journal traffic doubles, but no ads [Meltdowns]

The Wall Street Journal's website traffic doubled in October as nervous-wreck investors tracked the economy's nosedive. But the usual WSJ advertisers — banks and luxury items such as watches... | Valleywag – 2008-11-24

Wall Street Journal to launch fax edition in India

Rupert Murdoch’s international financial daily The Wall Street Journal, published by Dow Jones & Company, is all set to launch its facsimile edition in India next month. The newspaper, to be... | Business Standard India – 2008-11-14

Wall Street Journal names new deputy from outside

The Wall Street Journal's deputy editor, named to the new position Wednesday, will be the paper's second editor to come from one of parent company News Corp.'s British papers. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-11-12

Wall Street Journal in Book Partnership

The Wall Street Journal and HarperCollins announced that they would enter into a three-year partnership to create books by the reporters and editors of The Journal. | New York Times – 2008-11-11

HarperCollins and Wall Street Journal Join Forces

HarperCollins and the Wall Street Journal are entering into a three-year publishing partnership to develop books written by the WSJ’s editors and reporters. Both HarperCollins and Dow Jones &... | Publishers Wekly – 2008-11-10

A Year Later, Wall Street Journal Finalizes Partnership With Its Corporate Cousin HarperCollins

More than a year after Collins publisher Steve Ross and his boss at HarperCollins met with representatives from The Wall Street Journal to discuss the possibility of a partnership, the ink is... | The New York Observer – 2008-11-10

Harper US inks Wall Street Journal deal

Journalists from the Wall Street Journal will... | The Bookseller – 2008-11-10

'Chicago Tribune' Likely to Print 'Wall Street Journal'

NEW YORK With printing and severance negotiations under way, when Dow Jones & Co. closes its Naperville, Ill., plant, the Chicago Tribune's Freedom Center seems likely to take over printing The Wall... | Editor & Publisher – 2008-11-07

Consolidated Graphics sees 3Q profit below Street

Commercial printer Consolidated Graphics Inc. said Wednesday that it expects fiscal third-quarter profits below analysts' expectations as it faces a difficult economic environment and tough... | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-11-05

Wall Street Journal to close printing plant

(Crain’s) — Dow Jones & Co. is closing its Naperville facility as the publishing company consolidates its printing needs for the Wall Street Journal throughout the nation. Fifty employees will... | Crain's Chicago Business – 2008-11-05

Wall Street Journal accused of attacking Singapore judiciary

Singapore's attorney-general on Tuesday accused the Wall Street Journal Asia of seeking to undermine the city-state's judiciary and sought a "substantial fine" on the newspaper's publisher. | AFP via Yahoo! Malaysia News – 2008-11-04

The Wall Street Journal launches free dial-in news service

Today The Wall Street Journal and Adondo Corporation announced the availability of the WSJ's new Audio Newscast Phone Portal, a free dial-in service that provides users with daily updated market and... | Mobile Burn – 2008-10-06

Wall Street Journal Lays Off More Online Staffers; Gawker Media Slashes Staff Too

News Corp’s Wall Street Journal today let go of at least two online staffers, insiders report. They are Cybele Weisser, the personal finance editor, and Laura Lorber, its small business editor. A... | Business Week – 2008-10-03

The Observer profile: Nassim Nicholas Taleb - the new sage of Wall Street

Profile: The trader turned author Nassim Nicholas Taleb has emerged as the guru of the global financial meltdown | Guardian – 2008-09-27

Netbytes: Is the Wall Street Journal losing the plot?

Over the past 10 days, many of those deeply involved in the world's financial meltdown have been hitting one site: The Wall Street Journal . Although it aspires to be America's national paper, it is... | Guardian Unlimited – 2008-09-22

Wall Street Journal sells wine

The Wall Street Journal has gone into the wine trade – a highly unusual step in American newspaper publishing. | – 2008-09-18

Amid Market Meltdown, Wall Street Journal Goes Web 2.0

Amid this week's turmoil on Wall Street, the Wall Street Journal launched a redesigned Web site complete with social networking. | PC World – 2008-09-17

Wall Street Journal to Establish New Wine Service

NEW YORK: The Wall Street Journal is to offer a new service to its readers and other wine lovers. WSJwine offers access to quality wines of outstanding value through a direct-to-home wine service. | Beverage World – 2008-09-17

OMG! Wall Street Journal Launches Web Social Network

Journal goes all MySpace, or at least LinkedIn, with area where subscribers can post personal pages with photos, job details, contact info. | Fox News – 2008-09-15

Singapore’s Attorney—General sues The Wall Street Journal Asia

SINGAPORE: Singapore’s Attorney General is taking The Wall Street Journal Asia and its editors to court for contempt. | Channel NewsAsia via Yahoo! Singapore News – 2008-09-13

Singapore attorney general sues Wall Street Journal Asia

SINGAPORE (AFP) - Singapore's attorney-general's office initiated legal action Friday against the Wall Street Journal Asia and two editors over articles allegedly casting doubt on the judiciary's... | Yahoo! Asia News – 2008-09-12

Singapore may sue Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones

Singapore's attorney general is seeking to sue the editors of The Wall Street Journal Asia and the newspaper's owner, Dow Jones Publishing Co., over two stories and a letter on the city-state's... | International Herald Tribune – 2008-09-11

Retooled Wall Street Journal looks to get more from an old brand

Dow Jones & Co. seeks to further differentiate itself in the crowded universe of financial news, announcing the revamping and expansion of the Wall Street Journal’s influential Heard On the Street... | Market Watch – 2008-09-09

Et Tu, Wall Street Journal?

Every once in a while, the White House sends out a blast e-mail titled "Setting the Record Straight," usually taking issue with a press report or criticism that the Bush administration finds... | Washington Post – 2008-08-18

Bookshops resist high street slump

Bookshops have shrugged off talk of a grim... | The Bookseller – 2008-07-31

Media: Murdoch still has time for Fleet Street, says Sunday Times editor

Despite Rupert Murdoch's recent focus on the US, Sunday Times editor John Witherow says he still calls weekly but never dictates paper's agenda. By Jane Martinson | Guardian – 2008-07-27

Jon Friedman's Media Web: Why Wall Street is down on media stocks

Wall Street will continue to shun media stocks as long as the industry fails to come up with a way to maximize profits from the Internet. | Market Watch – 2008-07-25

NY Times 2Q earnings fall 82 pct, revenue misses Wall Street target as ad revenue slips 11 pct

New York Times Co.'s second-quarter earnings fell 82 percent from a year ago, when it saw a one-time gain from the sale of a unit, but print advertising continued to shrink and pulled down operating... | International Herald Tribune – 2008-07-23

Wall Street Journal to axe 50 journalist posts

The Wall Street Journal is to cut 50 journalist posts in a restructure to centralise the editing of the paper in print and online, managing editor Robert Thomson has revealed. By Mark Sweney | Guardian – 2008-07-17

Wall Street Journal Tarting Up And Slimming Down [Newspapers]

The Wall Street Journal's new managing editor Robert Thomson took another step toward remaking the paper in the image of his former employer the Financial Times, hiking the cover price 50 cents... | Gawker – 2008-07-16

Wall Street Journal to raise newsstand price 50 cents to $2

The Wall Street Journal will raise its newsstand price 50 cents to $2 starting July 28 to reflect both new content and higher costs, the paper's owner, News Corp. subsidiary Dow Jones & Co, said. | International Herald Tribune – 2008-07-16

Wall Street Journal cuts hit tech beat [Layoffs]

Even as the New York Times staffs up its technology bureau, the Wall Street Journal is cutting back — at least on some of its higher-priced names. Among the names of layoff victims supplied by...... | Valleywag – 2008-07-15

Fox adds Wall Street Journal technology columnist

Walt Mossberg, who writes two columns for The Wall Street Journal, is the most prominent person from the newspaper to contribute to the cable channel. | International Herald Tribune – 2008-07-09

The Post's New Executive Editor Once Headed Wall Street Journal

Marcus Brauchli was named executive editor of The Washington Post yesterday, returning him to the top ranks of American journalism less than three months after Rupert Murdoch forced him out as the... | Washington Post – 2008-07-08

The Post's New Executive Editor Once Headed Wall Street Journal

Marcus Brauchli was named executive editor of The Washington Post yesterday, returning him to the top ranks of American journalism less than three months after Rupert Murdoch forced him out as the... | Washington Post – 2007-08-08

Coming Soon to an iPad Near You: More Sesame Street Books

Callaway Digital inks deal with Callaway Digital for three more titles, including The Great Cookie Thief later this summer. | AllThingsD – 2012-03-15

Government announces high street plans

The government has announced it is to accept all the 28 recommendations made in Mary Portas... | The Bookseller – 2012-03-30

Bond Girl: A story of women on Wall Street

I typically make selections for the Color of Money Book Club on topics such as investing, retirement saving, getting a mortgage or buying long-term care insurance. You know, important but not very... | The Washington Post – 2012-04-01

BA to focus on high street challenge

This year’s Booksellers Association conference, to be held at the Warwick University... | The Bookseller – 2012-04-13

Cannon Street store for LS Travel Retail

LS Travel Retail UK & Ireland has opened a new UK shop at London's Cannon Street Station... | The Bookseller – 2012-05-01

Give Amazon a Wide Berth; Even Interns Have Wall Street Memoirs

Today in books: Buzz Bissinger's plan to do something nice for a Friday Night Lights character was derailed by Apple and Amazon, a Duke alum vows to expose the "toxic culture"... | The Atlantic Wire – 2012-05-01

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