Tagged: Company coverage

Dow Jones and union close to agreement 0

Dow Jones and union close to agreement

Richard Perez-Pena of The New York Times writes Friday that the union representing business journalists at The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and Marketwatch is close to an agreement with parent company Dow Jones &...

Is WSJ headed for a strike? 0

Is WSJ headed for a strike?

Joe Strupp of Editor & Publisher writes Monday that many journalists at The Wall Street Journal want the union that represents them to consider a strike in the wake of unacceptable offers from management....

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign 0

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign

For two weeks, as negotiations occur between Dow Jones & Company and its union, signs with Rupert Murdoch’s face on them have been posted around The Wall Street Journal’s newsroom, writes Richard Perez-Pena of...

Did Countrywide CEO lie on CNBC? 0

Did Countrywide CEO lie on CNBC?

TheStreet.com media critic Marek Fuchs wants to know if Countrywide Financial CEO Angelo Mozilo lied during an interview on CNBC last week when he said the lender had stopped making loans to people who...

WSJ to rename weekend section 0

WSJ to rename weekend section

The Wall Street Journal will rechristen Pursuits, its Saturday leisure section, as Weekend Journal, the same name as the Friday section, writes Geraldine Fabrikant of the New York Times. Fabrikant wrote, “The change would...

Dow Jones deal clears hurdle 0

Dow Jones deal clears hurdle

Dow Jones & Co., the owner of The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and Marketwatch, announced Tuesday evening that its acquisition by News Corp. has cleared a major regulatory hurdle. Its release stated, “Dow Jones...