List/Grid Monthly Archives: April 2016

The New York Post: Leicester City’s Cinderella story can find its happy ending as soon as Sunday at Manchester United

The New York Post: Leicester City’s Cinderella story can find its happy ending as soon as Sunday at Manchester United

In this most unpredictable of Premier League seasons, the impossible looks as if it’s going to happen. After Tottenham slipped up and drew with West Brom 1-1 on Monday, Leicester… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Hoosier State increasingly looks like Ted Cruz’s last stand

The Wall Street Journal: Hoosier State increasingly looks like Ted Cruz’s last stand

Sen. Ted Cruz, in a last-ditch effort to derail Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, is trying to marshal support from governors, former rivals and other anti-Trump Republicans in advance of… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Obama gets ‘West Wing’ assistance in run-up to final correspondents dinner

The Wall Street Journal: Obama gets ‘West Wing’ assistance in run-up to final correspondents dinner

C.J. Cregg, the White House press secretary for the fictional Jed Bartlet presidential administration, surprised the real-life White House press corps on Friday by taking the podium at the start… Read more »

NewsWatch: Live blog recap: Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger field questions at Berkshire meeting

NewsWatch: Live blog recap: Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger field questions at Berkshire meeting

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Read the recap of our live blog of the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting, where Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger fielded questions from shareholders, analysts and journalists in… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: The 100th anniversary of the estate tax

The Wall Street Journal: The 100th anniversary of the estate tax

In 1916, as World War I raged in Europe, Congress wanted to boost U.S. revenues in case America joined the fighting, so lawmakers voted for a new tax on a… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: The yin and yang of Twitter’s tax breaks in San Francisco

The Wall Street Journal: The yin and yang of Twitter’s tax breaks in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — Lucho Cabrera, a 53-year-old formerly homeless man, turned to an unlikely place during his recent hunt for affordable housing: a $3 million community center built by Twitter… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Berkshire Hathaway earnings rise despite stumbles in insurance, railroads

The Wall Street Journal: Berkshire Hathaway earnings rise despite stumbles in insurance, railroads

Berkshire Hathaway, the firm run by investor Warren Buffett, reported net income of $5.59 billion, up from $5.16 billion in the same period a year earlier. The earnings were announced… Read more »

NewsWatch: Live blog: Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting

NewsWatch: Live blog: Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Follow the action–and reaction–to the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting as Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger field questions from shareholders, analysts and journalists in an event that’s come… Read more »

Deep Dive: Looking for high income? These 23 dividend stocks provide it

Deep Dive: Looking for high income? These 23 dividend stocks provide it

In this seemingly eternal period of historically low interest rates, stocks have become increasingly popular as income-seeking investors have been forced to take on more risk. Last year, the S&P… Read more »

Why your life feels more like ‘Girls’ than ‘Sex and the City’

Why your life feels more like ‘Girls’ than ‘Sex and the City’

Any 24-year-old hoofing it up three flights of stairs to her shared Bushwick loft knows intuitively that life as a New York City 20-something is a hustle. Now she can… Read more »

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