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04/09/20147:56PMDJNUBS Transfers Control of Dow Jones-UBS Commodity Index to Bloomberg -FT
UBS AG (UBS) has transferred control of the Dow Jones-UBS Commodity Index to Bloomberg LP, the Financial Times reported Wednesday. Bloomberg will handle governance, calculation, distribution and licensing for the index, which will be renamed the Bloomberg Commodity Index, the FT reported. UBS hasn't sold the index or its... More...>>
05/28/20137:00PMDJNMurdoch: News Corp. Will Consider Newspaper Buys 'If the Price Were Right'
News Corp. (NWS, NWSA) Chairman Rupert Murdoch told investors Tuesday that the print media company to be spun out of the media conglomerate next month might consider newspaper acquisitions in the U.S. "if the price were right," but that regulatory hurdles made such deals "pretty unlikely." The media company, which plans... More...>>
05/13/20137:00PMDJNBloomberg Reaches Out to Several Hundred Clients
Bloomberg LP has reached out to several hundred of its clients, including government agencies, in the wake of last week's disclosure that it restricted newsroom access to certain customer data, a Bloomberg spokesman said. Meanwhile, some government agencies have contacted Bloomberg, including the Federal Deposit Insurance... More...>>
03/05/20133:29PMDJNUPDATE: In or Out, DJIA Companies Reflect the Changing Economic Times
--General Electric Co. is only original DJIA component remaining in the benchmark --DJIA first published with regularity in 1896 --Benchmark has evolved to incorporate much more than "smokestack" companies (Updates with ownership context for the DJIA in sixth-to-last paragraph.) By Chris Dieterich NEW YORK--As the Dow... More...>>
03/05/201310:13AMDJNIn or Out, DJIA Companies Reflect the Changing Economic Times
By Chris Dieterich NEW YORK--As the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaches the rarefied air above 14164.53, its composition is almost unrecognizable from the collection of stocks assembled more than a century ago, when Charles Dow first published the indicator of stock-market prices that has morphed into the blue chips of... More...>>
01/31/20134:30PMDJNChinese Hackers Infiltrate WSJ Computer Systems
The Wall Street Journal said Thursday its computer systems had been infiltrated by Chinese hackers for the apparent purpose of monitoring the newspaper's China coverage. The infiltration at the Journal, along with reports of computer network breaches at the New York Times and other outlets, indicate that Chinese spying... More...>>
09/12/201211:45AMDJNWall Street Journal Announces Universal App for iPhone and iPad
Wall Street Journal Announces Universal App for iPhone and iPad NEW YORK, Sept. 12, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Wall Street Journal today announced the launch of a new universal app for both iPad and iPhone, now available for download in the iTunes store. Previously, the Journal offered two separate apps, one for each... More...>>
07/09/201210:40AMDJNThomson Reuters Buys FX Alliance For $616 Million
--Thomson Reuters set to buy FXall as trading platforms fight it out for volume --Move surprises industry insiders --Merger likely to boost pressure on competition, but difficulties may lie for integration Thomson Reuters Corp. (TRI) Monday said it has agreed to buy electronic currencies trading platform FX Alliance Inc... More...>>
06/29/20126:00PMDJNDice Holdings Buys FINS.com From Dow Jones
Dice Holdings Inc. (DHX), a provider of specialized career-related websites, bought the assets of FINS.com, a career-resource site for financial professionals owned by Dow Jones & Co. Dice also entered into an exclusive partnership with Dow Jones to continue operating the online career center for Dow Jones sites WSJ.com... More...>>
06/27/20124:25PMDJNQuestions Loom Ahead of News Corp's Potential Split
By William Launder As News Corp. (NWS, NWSA) appears poised to unveil a historic split, many questions linger ahead of an expected Thursday announcement, such as how the media company may divide its formidable balance sheet. News Corp. owns Dow Jones & Co., publisher of this newswire and The Wall Street Journal. An... More...>>
06/06/20124:31PMDJNUPDATE: Trading Issues Spurred Changes in Labor Dept. Jobs-Data Release
--High-speed-trading technology cited as among reasons for changing delivery of key jobs data --Labor department concerned with data security --Labor official says changes in jobs-data release may not happen in July as planned --Labor department meeting with media to address their concerns over changes in release (Updates... More...>>
05/14/20124:57PMDJNGannett Names MarketWatch Founder Kramer President, Publisher Of USA Today
DOW JONES NEWSWIRES Gannett Co. Inc. (GCI) has named MarketWatch Inc. founder Larry Kramer as the president and publisher of USA Today, a move that comes as the newspaper publisher looks grows its digital operations. Kramer's appointment is effective immediately. "He will play a critical role as we transform the company... More...>>
01/22/20121:26PMDJNCORRECT (1/20): WSJ Names Raju Narisetti As New Digital Czar
("WSJ Names Narisetti As New Digital Czar, Replacing Delaney" at 1:53 p.m., EST, on Jan. 20, misstated Narisetti's title at The Wall Street Journal Europe. A corrected version follows) By BEN FOX RUBIN DOW JONES NEWSWIRES The Wall Street Journal named Raju Narisetti as the new managing editor of its digital network, with... More...>>
07/20/20115:50PMDJN2nd UPDATE: US Senators Query Dow Jones Editorial Integrity Panel
--Sens. Boxer, Rockefeller write to Dow Jones five-member editorial oversight board --Senators ask if panel had expressed concern about former CEO Hinton before his hiring --Senators say they are 'surprised' that board seems to foreclose future investigation (Updates to show that Dow Jones had no comment; former CEO Hinton... More...>>
07/20/20114:56PMDJNUPDATE: US Senators Query Dow Jones Editorial Integrity Panel
Two Democratic U.S. Senators are pressing for more answers in connection with a News Corp. (NWS, NWSA, NWS.AU) phone-hacking scandal, asking whether an editorial oversight board created following the company's purchase of Dow Jones & Co. raised questions about the executive who was appointed to lead the U.S. company... More...>>
07/20/20114:45PMDJNUS Senators Query Dow Jones Editorial Integrity Panel
Two Democratic U.S. Senators are pressing for more answers in connection with a News Corp. (NWS, NWSA, NWS.AU) phone-hacking scandal, asking whether an editorial oversight board created following the company's purchase of Dow Jones & Co. raised questions about the executive who was appointed to lead the U.S. company... More...>>
07/15/20119:28PMDJNSpecial Committee: Nothing Similar To Hacking Scandal At Dow Jones
DOW JONES NEWSWIRES A special committee formed to monitor editorial integrity and independence at The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires as part of Dow Jones & Co.'s acquisition by News Corp. (NWSA) in 2007, issued a statement late Friday saying that nothing similar to the alleged U.K. phone hacking activities... More...>>
07/13/20117:22PMDJN4th UPDATE: US Senators Seek Investigations Into Alleged News Corp Hacking
Five U.S. lawmakers--including House and Senate committee chairmen--are calling for investigations into a News Corp. (NWS, NWSA) phone-hacking scandal, with one suggesting that alleged violations may have occurred in the U.S. and go beyond reporting tactics in Britain. On Wednesday, Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D., N.J.), Senate... More...>>
07/13/20115:36PMDJN3rd UPDATE: US Senators Seek Investigations Into Alleged News Corp Hacking
Four U.S. lawmakers--including House and Senate committee chairmen--are calling for investigations into a News Corp. (NWS, NWSA) phone-hacking scandal, with one suggesting that alleged violations may have occurred in the U.S. and go beyond reporting tactics in Britain. On Wednesday, Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D., N.J.), Senate... More...>>
07/13/20113:18PMDJN2nd UPDATE: US Senators Seek Probes Of Alleged News Corp Hacking
--Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D., N.J.) asks Justice Department and SEC to investigate whether anyone at company violated antibribery laws --Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Jay Rockefeller (D., W.Va.) asks U.S. authorities to investigate whether American phones were hacked --Justice spokeswoman says the agency would review... More...>>


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