All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘The Wall Street Journal’

Scarlett Johansson Says No Sex Symbol Title For Her

Whether she’s playing a sexy character in one of Woody Allen’s films like Match Point, or whether she’s kicking butt in action flicks like The Avengers, Scarlett Johansson has been driving men crazy for quite some time now. But when it comes to being a sex symbol, the blonde actress says she doesn’t care for the title at all, and …

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Re/code (The New All Things D) Introduced For The New Year

Back in September, The Wall Street Journal and its tech site All Things D announced that they were parting ways, and now with the new year, we get to see both the new Wall Street Journal tech section and the new All Things D. The new All Things D is not actually called All Things D at all, but is …

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Wall Street Journal remains No. 1 US newspaper

According to the Audit Bureau of Circulation, the Wall Street Journal is still the number one most circulated publication in America. On average the Journal sells about 2.1 million weekday editions of their paper. USA Today comes in just behind them at 1.8 million papers per day and the New York Times ranks in third place selling 1.6 million weekday …

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Sony E-Reader In Content Deal With WSJ

Sony said today it will begin offering subscriptions to The Wall Street Journal and MarketWatch on its new electronic reader.

In addition, Sony will also offer subscriptions to the digital version of the New York Post on its e-reader.

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The Wall Street Journal Launching Professional Edition

Dow Jones & Company said today it would launch "The Wall Street Journal Professional Edition," aimed at providing business readers with more in-depth information.

Wall Street Journal Professional Edition

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Google CEO Skeptical About Charging For Online Content

Google CEO, Eric Schmidt has added his voice to the debate about charging for online news content.

Speaking via video link with British broadcasting executives, Schmidt said there is so much free content online that many publishers would not succeed if they put their content behind a pay- wall.

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