Knowledge Identifier: &The_Wall_Street_Journal
Founded in 1889.
Countries: United States (65%), (9%), Russia (4%)
Linked to: News Corporation, Financial Times, Fox Broadcasting Company, al-Qaeda
It was on Kilgore's watch, in 1947, that the paper won its first Pulitzer Prize, for editorial writing
R. W. Apple, Jr. - He began his career with "The Wall Street Journal" in the 1950s, covering business and social issues, including the early years of the American Civil Rights Movement
Robert Novak - He left the AP to join the D.C. bureau of "The Wall Street Journal" in 1958, covering the Senate
Jack Kemp - Kemp had his first encounter with supply-side economics in 1967, when "The Wall Street Journal"'s Jude Wanniski interviewed him at his Congressional office
Steve Lovelady - Early in his career, he worked as an editor for "The Wall Street Journal", before being hired in 1972 by Gene Roberts to work for the Philadelphia Inquirer, where he spent 23 years
Gordon Lish - "The Wall Street Journal" February 25, 1977
David Begelman - David McClintick broke the story in "The Wall Street Journal" in 1978, later turning it into the best-selling 1982 book "Indecent Exposure"
Eric Francis - He covered the American Medical Association, the American Nurses' Association and other medical industry issues, at the height of the nursing shortage in the late 1980s, grooming himself for a position at The Wall Street Journal, where his boss, Joel Whitaker, was a former editor
Ben Stein - He has written for numerous publications including "The Wall Street Journal", "The New York Times", "New York Magazine", "Penthouse", "Los Angeles Magazine", and "Barron's Magazine", where his discussion of the Michael Milken Drexel Burnham Lambert junk bond situation, as well as the ethical dimensions of management buyouts, attracted heavy US national attention in the 1980s and 1990s
John Fund - He joined "The Wall Street Journal" as a deputy editorial features editor in 1984 and was a member of the editorial board from 1995 through 2001
He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in explanatory journalism in 1988, which he shared with Daniel Hertzberg, who went on to serve as the paper's senior deputy managing editor before resigning in 2009
Geraldine Brooks (writer) - As a foreign correspondent for "The Wall Street Journal", she covered crises in the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans, with the stories from the Persian Gulf, which she and her husband reported in 1990, receiving the Overseas Press Club's Hal Boyle *award for "Best Newspaper or Wire Service Reporting from Abroad"
Ashleigh Brilliant - "The Wall Street Journal" described him in a 1992 profile as "history's only full time, professional published epigrammatist
Tony Horwitz - He won the 1995 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting, and 1994 James Aronson Award, for his stories about working conditions in low-wage America published in "The Wall Street Journal", where he worked as a foreign correspondent covering conflicts in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East
Gintaras Karosas - In 1995 "The Wall Street Journal" included Karosas in its list of twenty young people who had brought about important changes in Eastern and Central Europe
A complement to the print newspaper, "The Wall Street Journal Online", was launched in 1996
"The Wall Street Journal" , November 8, 1997
Gennady Timchenko - In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Timchenko said that in 1999 he gave up Russian citizenship and became a Finnish citizen
Jim VandeHei - After a stint as a national political reporter for "The Wall Street Journal" in 2000, VandeHei joined "The Washington Post"
Vladimir Socor - Between 2002 and 2004, Socor worked as a senior fellow at the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies in Washington, D.C. Since 2000, he has contributed articles to the European edition of "The Wall Street Journal"
Bird feeder - The use of bird feeders has been claimed to cause many other environmental problems; some of these were highlighted in a 2002 front-page article in The Wall Street Journal, an article that provoked responses nationwide from bird enthusiasts and scientists who refuted the article's points and complained about the unbalanced coverage
Dian Fossey - Writing in "The Wall Street Journal" in 2002, Tunku Varadarajan described Fossey at the end of her life as colourful, controversial, and "a racist alcoholic who regarded her gorillas as better than the African people who lived around them
Bob Woodward - In 2003, Albert Hunt of The Wall Street Journal called Woodward "the most celebrated journalist of our age
Stephen Harper - In March 2003 Harper and Stockwell Day co-wrote a letter to The Wall Street Journal in which they condemned the Canadian government's unwillingness to participate in the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Active Space Technologies - Founded in 2004, the company's work and expansion has been reported in several media, including Expresso, Correio da Manhã, The Wall Street Journal, &Diário_As_Beiras, &Público (Público_(Portugal)), Diário de Coimbra, RDP Antena 1, Jornal de Notícias, TSF, Agência Lusa, Rádio Universidade de Coimbra, El Mundo, RTP 2, Rádio Renascença, etc
T. Harv Eker - A 2005 The Wall Street Journal article cites Eker as an example of changes in non-fiction publishing
YTMND - In 2005, Reuters wrote an article on Tom Cruise which made a reference to the "Tom Cruise Kills Oprah" YTMND. The site received further publicity when The Wall Street Journal published an article about YTMND, and mentioned several popular website creations, linking to many of them through their website
Volvo V70 - In a 2006 article titled "The Manwagon", The Wall Street Journal linked the V70R to a trend "to lure speed-crazy guys with kids," saying "car makers are trying to transform the dowdy old family hauler into something new," and that "consumer research had unearthed a surprising number of family men who thought wagons could be cool, if only they had more guts
The New York Times - Joining a roster of other major American newspapers in recent years, including "USA Today", "The Wall Street Journal" and "The Washington Post", "The New York Times" announced on July 18, 2006, that it would be narrowing the width of its paper by six inches
Barbara Ann Radnofsky - The Zogby poll reported by The Wall Street Journal in September 2006 showed that Radnofsky closed the gap against Hutchison to less than nine points, revealing the race to be close and competitive
Loomia - By 2007, the company had partnered with The Wall Street Journal, solidifying their presence in the space
ESSEC Business School - ESSEC Business School has been ranked 7th in the International MBA Ranking by The Wall Street Journal in 2007
Alexander Litvinenko - In 2007, Sergey Dorenko provided "The Associated Press" and "The Wall Street Journal" with a complete copy of an April 1998 interview he conducted for ORT television station with Litvinenko and his fellow employees
ImClone Systems - In April 2007, The Wall Street Journal reported that "Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. and ImClone Systems Inc. said their cancer drug, Erbitux, failed to significantly prolong the lives of people with pancreatic cancer in a new study, marking yet another setback in the drug industry's efforts to find a better treatment for this deadly disease
Raghuram Rajan - However, following the 2008 economic crisis, Rajan's views came to be seen as prescient; by January 2009, "The Wall Street Journal" proclaimed that now, "few are dismissing his ideas
Twitter - In May 2008, "The Wall Street Journal" wrote that social networking services such as Twitter "elicit mixed feelings in the technology-savvy people who have been their early adopters
Todd Zywicki - In a column in "The Wall Street Journal" in December 2008 Zywicki criticized proposals to bail out the American auto industry, arguing that they should file Chapter 11 instead
Todd Zywicki - In a column in "The Wall Street Journal" in February 2009, Zywicki criticized proposals to permit bankruptcy judges to modify mortgage contracts
Apple Inc. - On April 29, 2009, "The Wall Street Journal" reported that Apple was building its own team of engineers to design microchips
Sheldon Adelson - In 2010, during the late-2000s global recession, Adelson told "The Wall Street Journal" "If it were today, we probably wouldn't have started it
Raymond Lesniak - On February 9, 2010, "The Wall Street Journal" published a copy of a letter from Senator Robert Menendez to the Federal Reserve pushing for approval of a deal for the sale of First BankAmericano of Elizabeth where State Senator Lesniak served on the Board of Directors
Lee Bollinger - On July 14, 2010, he wrote an article for "The Wall Street Journal" calling for the American government to subsidize its journalists
Ricky Gervais - In December 2010 he wrote an editorial for "The Wall Street Journal" defending his lack of faith
Marietje Schaake - In 2011, The Wall Street Journal called Schaake "Europe's most wired politician"
Hulu - On June 21, 2011, "The Wall Street Journal" reported that an "unsolicited offer" caused Hulu to begin "weighing whether to sell itself
Vijender Singh - Before the 2012 London Olympics, Vijender spoke to The Wall Street Journal about the increasing government bias to boost cricket
A. Craig Copetas - He was a staff reporter of "The Wall Street Journal" and a senior writer for "Bloomberg News" until early 2012
Mikhail Baryshnikov - Despite the above, in an article in "The Wall Street Journal" for February 25, 2012 , based on an interview conducted on his 64th birthday, Baryshnikov refers several times to his "wife"
Westwood One (current) - On August 29, 2013, it was announced by The Wall Street Journal that Cumulus Broadcasting will be purchasing Dial Global
Pantheon Macroeconomics - Ian was named The Wall Street Journal's 2014 forecaster of the year for the second time, having previously won the award in 2003
Scooter Libby - In April 2015, writing in "The Wall Street Journal", Hoover Institution fellow Peter Berkowitz argued that statements by Judith Miller, in her recently published memoir, raised anew contentions that her testimony was inaccurate and that Fitzgerald's conduct as prosecutor was inappropriate
Digital Asset Holdings - On June 25, 2015 the Moneybeat column from The Wall Street Journal wrote that the "acquisition of HyperLedger might raise eyebrows in the bitcoin community, where there is aversion to the idea that Wall Street might co-opt blockchain technology and strip it of its decentralized nature
Tengzhou - In the opinion of and as reported in The Wall Street Journal in July 2015, innovation in manufacturing ideas and products was a key to revitalization of the industry in Tengzhou
Najib Razak - The multi-agency task force investigating these allegations reported on July 10, 2015 that Najib's bank accounts at AmBank Islamic were closed before The Wall Street Journal reported the transfers of billions of ringgit to those accounts thereby confirming that Najib had two accounts at that bank
Hewlett-Packard - The split, which was first reported by "The Wall Street Journal" and confirmed by other media, will result in two publicly traded companies: Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP, Inc. Meg Whitman will serve as chairman of HP, Inc. and CEO of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Patricia Russo will be chairman of the enterprise business, and Dion Weisler will be CEO of HP, Inc. The split is expected to be completed by the end of fiscal year 2015, in October 2015
Fox Business Network - On November 10, 2015, Fox Business Network, along with The Wall Street Journal hosted its first Republican presidential primary debate, setting a ratings record for the network with 13,5 million viewers
On June 15, 2018, the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California announced the indictment of Holmes on wire fraud and conspiracy charges in relation to her role as CEO of Theranos