Tagged With Wall Street Journal

McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook was fired over a relationship with an employee

A Boeing executive reportedly shut down a theory during a meeting with American Airlines pilots about what might have led to the fatal Ethiopian 737 Max crash

Most Americans are actually fed up with social media, according to national poll

Rupert Murdoch is worth $7.57 billion and has been married 4 times — here's how he went from operating a small Australian paper to helming one of the biggest networks in the world

New poll shows Trump's job-approval ratings climbing, but several challenges remain ahead of 2020

Swiss drug giant Roche reportedly readies to buy the biotech behind the first FDA-approved gene therapy and the priciest medicine in the US

Poll shows Americans think the country is on the 'wrong track' after shutdown

Mark Zuckerberg wrote 1,000 words defending Facebook, but the most interesting thing about it was where he published it

There are no NTSB investigators to look into plane crashes and highway accidents because they have been sent home during the government shutdown

Apple's big plan to revive iPhone sales in 2019: more cameras

The FAA is reportedly about to bring airline inspectors back to work during the government shutdown

Apple lost $9 billion buying back its own stock in 2018

The best leaders tend to be the ones who didn't want the job in the first place

A business school professor who studied 20,000 startup founders says 'going ugly' can be the key to a successful partnership — or marriage

Mark Zuckerberg reportedly told Facebook execs the company's at 'war,' called recent media coverage 'bulls---'

WSJ endorses far-right Brazilian presidential frontrunner who said an 'ugly' female colleague didn't 'deserve to be raped'

A Microsoft exec and marathoner holds business meetings while running — and goes just fast enough that her negotiating partners can't talk

SpaceX employees used to monitor Talulah Riley's hair colour to determine if Elon Musk would be in good mood

The Wall Street Journal ran a cowardly, race-baiting article on 'Islamic England': I live there. They're dead wrong

Parents are paying as much as $35 an hour for 'Fortnite' coaches for their kids