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Dow Jones breaks new records

The Dow Jones share exchange has exceeded records today when it reached 14,273 at midday in New York its highest since October 2007.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

Op-Ed: Aggressive Federal Reserve appears to be listening to Americans

The Federal Reserve today acted boldly, announcing the continuation of historically low interest rates and a $40 Billion a month plan to buy mortgage bonds. As the economy struggles to recover can this bold move work to right the economy?
In the Media by Donald Quinn - 2 comments

Markets optimistic on Feds announcement

S&P and the Dow are up 4.48 and 69.07 respectively, but the US Dollar is just not picking up. Optimistic or not, Feds are announcing action plans to combat the poor economic situation.
In the Media by James He

Global markets crash as congressional job disapproval hits high

With the Dow Jones Industrial Average posting its biggest one-day decline since December 2008 on Thursday in lock-step with global market sell-offs, a new poll demonstrated the vast disapproval Americans have for their legislators.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Wall Street dives — The other set of morons goes back to work

New York - The other half of America’s Dire-namic Duo, the self-fornicating chicken anus farm formerly known as Wall Street, has done yet another series of slapstick manoeuvres. The Dow dropped over 4% as global markets followed.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 5 comments

Dow Jones plunges 1,000 points in one day, possible human error

New York - Who saw it coming? Within a time span of five minutes, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped nearly 1,000 points on concerns over Greece's debt crisis but what is the primary factor?
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 3 comments

Stock Market Gains Momentum

The Dow Jones industrials swung back early Thursday, rising above 9,000 for the first time since early this year. The gains were in reaction to a host of reportedly positive economic indicators.
In the Media by Sarah Reichardt - 2 comments

War 'more humane' because of Predator drones says Dow Jones

In an opinion piece published earlier today in the National Post (and earlier this week in the Wall Street Journal), Dow Jones said Predator drones make war "more humane" because they reduce the chances of "collateral damage."
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 20 comments

Markets in US Sharply fall, Satyam suffers Major blow

The effect of Satyam Computers's disastrous development has had a severe effect on the US markets. All major stock markets fell in a major way as the Satyam itself suffered a huge blow.
In the Media by Bodhisattva Banerji

Dow Dives Yet Again After Rally

Hopes for further gains were high on Monday with the Dow Jones' impressive rally. Today however those hopes were dashed as the stock market continues on a roller coaster ride.
In the Media by Tse Hao Guang - 2 comments

Corporate 101: Murdoch Wins the Wall Street Journal

Rupert Murdoch now owns Dow Jones, and the Wall Street Journal. The takeover was a game of poker. The bet was high. Nobody else matched it, or came close. The owners of Dow Jones folded.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 6 comments

Update: Murdoch “highly unlikely” to proceed with Dow Jones bid, says News Corp

The owners of Dow Jones, the Bancroft family, are still divided on the bid, and Murdoch has already said he'd walk if the required level of approval from the Bancrofts wasn't reached. That looks very unlikely.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

Bancrofts undecided on Dow Jones deal, time running out, Murdoch walking out?

Rupert Murdoch isn’t going to raise his offer, and the not very subtle hints about that have made no impression. The current state of the takeover is an equally unsubtle third party remark that he’ll just walk if the offer isn't accepted.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 2 comments

Update: Dow Jones board recommends acceptance of News Corp takeover

It’s official. The Dow Jones board voted for acceptance of the offer, and four of the board are Bancroft family members. However, two of them didn’t take part in the vote. The family may yet block the takeover, despite the board’s acceptance.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

Dow takeover looking likely, but it’s a complex process

After weeks of talk between Dow, News Corp and potential alternative buyers, something is happening. It boils down to the fact that while Dow Jones may have made agreements with News Corp, the controlling stockholders, the Bancroft family, haven’t.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

Dow Jones meets with Burkle, Greenspan about alternate bid

A trench is being dug around the Dow Jones mulberry bush as the new combination of Burkle and Greenspan discuss alternative options to the News Corp buyout. As usual in this takeover, no specifics have leaked out, but a lot of rumors are doing nicely.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

News Corp and Dow agree on editorial integrity for Wall Street Journal

News Corp has finally released a little information regarding the big issue in the takeover attempt. This is the first bit of information from them about actual dealings in the matter, and “sparse” would describe it.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

New Developments in Murdoch's Bid to Takeover Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal is arguably one of the most respected news outlets on the planet. News Corp is definitely one of the more fearsome predators in mass media. Rupert Murdoch has had more personal vilification than just about any corporate executive.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 10 comments

SEC Examines Suspicious Trading of Dow Jones Stock

An unsolicited bid, and thus far negative responses amongst shareholders, are exacerbated by the suspicion of insider trading.
In the Media by S.H. Mills - 2 comments

Rupert Murdoch the Media Giant: When Too Much is Still Not Enough

In His Most Recent Effort to Expand his World Wide Domination of the Media, Rupert Murdoch Makes an Unsolicited $5 Billion Dollar Bid for Dow Jones & Co, Inc. Just how much media control is too much?
In the Media by Pamela Jean - 3 comments

Dow Jones launches online video channel

Dow Jones has launched a video channel accessible across Barron's Online, and the Wall Street Journal Online. It just goes to show how the Web has started to penetrate deeper and deeper into our lives as individuals as well as a community.
In the Media by bioskope - 1 comment

Money Rates for Thursday

NEW YORK — Money rates for Thursday as reported by Bridge telerate as of 4 p.m.: Prime Rate: 6.00 Discount Rate: 2.50 Broker call loan rate: 4.75 Federal funds market rate: High 2.25 Low 1.75 Last 2.25 ..
In the Media by Digital Journal Staff

Business US Stocks Mixed Monday

NEW YORK - U.S. stocks closed Monday with mixed results, as investors tried to pick up some bargains after recent steep losses in the market. The Dow Jones Industrial average ended the day nearly unchanged, down three-tenths of a point at 9,606 The...
In the Media by Digital Journal Staff

Dow Drops More Than 400, Nasdaq Falls Below 2,000

NEW YORK - March 13 - The Dow Jones industrial average slipped more than four-hundred points. The Nasdaq composite index went below 2000 yesterday for the first time in 27 months. The speed of the selloff stunned even investors who have become accu...
In the Media by Digital Journal Staff

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