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Fox contributor: ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protesters are uneducated, potentially violent

Fox News is continuing to make fun of the Occupy Wall Street protesters. On America Live Monday morning, host Martha MacCallum asked The Wall Street Journal‘s Stephen Moore his opinions on certain protesters explaining why they were down there. Suffice to say, Moore was not in solidarity with the movement.…

Wall Street Journal: WikiLeaks worse than News of the World

The News Corporation-owned Wall Street Journal blasted “self-appointed media paragons” who were quick to attack the British tabloid News of the World but not the release of classified information by Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks. The tabloid, also owned by News Corp., closed down after an investigation revealed it had participated in…

Wall Street Journal attacks critics of Rupert Murdoch

NEW YORK — The News Corp.-owned Wall Street Journal blasted critics Monday for double standards and insisted that the phone-tapping scandal in Britain should not tarnish all of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire. The powerful Journal, the flagship of Murdoch’s US print operations, also warned that pressure to investigate News Corp.…

Murdoch could be compelled to sell off British newspapers

Rupert Murdoch built his vast fortune selling newspapers, expanding a single daily in his native Australia into a media and entertainment empire that spans the globe. But the phone-hacking scandal in Britain which led to the shock closure of the News of the World is raising the once-unthinkable possibility of a News…

Bancroft family members regret sale of Wall Street Journal to Rupert Murdoch

A number of key members of the family which controlled The Wall Street Journal say they would not have agreed to sell the prestigious daily to Rupert Murdoch if they had been aware of News International’s conduct in the phone-hacking scandal at the time of the deal. “If I had…

Anti-prejudice messages can increase prejudice: study

Programs aimed at eradicating prejudice by authoritatively telling people not to discriminate against others may actually increase prejudices, according to research to be published in the scientific journal Psychological Science. The results of the study suggest controlling anti-prejudice messages may actually be creating hostility toward the targets of prejudice. “Controlling…

Prison inmates replace unionized workers in Racine, Wisconsin

Prison inmates have replaced union workers in Racine County, Wisconsin, thanks to the changes to the states collective bargaining laws that went into effect at the end of June. The Journal Times reported prison inmates will now be able to do tasks such as landscaping, painting, and shoveling sidewalks in…

News Corp. on verge of Myspace sale

WASHINGTON — News Corp. is on the verge of selling Myspace and a deal could include laying off more than half of the troubled social network’s staff, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The newspaper, citing a “person familiar with the matter,” said there were two leading bidders for Myspace…

Gaddafi ‘may abandon’ bombed capital, rebels seek arms

TRIPOLI — Moamer Kadhafi is considering leaving the capital Tripoli following blistering NATO air raids, a report said, as Libya’s rebels hinted they may allow him to remain in the country if he stands down. The Wall Street Journal Friday quoted a senior US national security official as saying American…

FTC moving forward with broad Google antitrust probe: report

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is reportedly preparing to serve Google with civil subpoenas in what will be a broad antitrust probe. People familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal that the subpoenas would be served within days. Other companies were expected to be subpoenaed about their dealings…

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