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  • Sincerest sympathy to the filthy rich

    Dear Tom Perkins: I'm writing to apologize. I do this on behalf of the 99 percent of us who are not multimillionaires. You, of course, are, having made a pile as a venture capitalist and co-founder of the firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. I admit,...
  • McDonough defies skeptics in tough White House post

    As a Wall Street Journal columnist, I once wrote a mea culpa about a previous column. The publisher, a good friend and strong conservative, suggested it should be the first of a long series. I'm going to risk it again: I was wrong a year ago about...
  • Hansen: 'Legends' has captured millions

    Last fall, UC Irvine held its annual Anteater Involvement Fair, when campus groups put up a booth in the quad to recruit new members. The most popular booth? Not the Greeks or the football boosters or the chess team. It was the League of Legends club....
  • HLN Recasts Itself As Curator Of Trending Stories, Videos To Attract Social-Media Users

    HLN, known best, perhaps, for its gavel-to-gavel coverage of court cases with tabloid overtones, brought the hammer down on its current programming stance and said it would instead spend 2014 transforming itself into a TV network for viewers born...
  • Investing: The bull market celebrates a birthday

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance It's been five years since the market hit bottom on March 9, 2009. At the time, there was no telling when the free fall would end. "Dow 5,000? There's a case for it," said a headline in the Wall Street Journal on March 9....
  • Maxine Kumin dies at 88; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet

    Decades before she won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry, Maxine Kumin was a student at Radcliffe College who had summoned the courage to show a handful of her poems to an instructor. His comment couldn't have been more withering. "Say it with flowers,"...
  • About those cries to narrow income gap — nothing personal

    An ugly outbreak of whiny victimhood is ravaging some of America's most exclusive ZIP codes. It's as if some 1 percenters suddenly fear that old warning: "When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich." Not to worry. The hoi...
  • Microsoft signals no radical change if longtime insider is selected as CEO

    Microsoft is widely expected next week to appoint a longtime insider to be only its third chief executive, signaling the company won't make radical strategic changes. Satya Nadella, 46, who joined Microsoft in 1992, is executive vice president of...
  • The not-so-Super Bowl: One man's boycott

     The not-so-Super Bowl: One man's boycott
    The Shah of Persia refused to be taken to the Derby Day, saying "It is already known to me that one horse can run faster than another." — William James, "The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2" I'm with the shah on this one. I feel the same...
  • Broncos, Peyton Manning will squash Seahawks

    Broncos, Peyton Manning will squash Seahawks
    So you like the Seattle Seahawks, Mr. Bianchi? Figures, because you're a bird-brain. Let me explain this to you as simply as possible: By the end of Super Bowl night, the Seattle Seahawks will be seeking therapy, screaming for help in the hopes that...
  • Jos. A. Banks reportedly in talks to acquire Eddie Bauer chain

    Jos. A. Banks reportedly in talks to acquire Eddie Bauer chain
    Men's clothing retailer Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. is in talks to acquire the Eddie Bauer chain of stores specializing in outerwear and casual attire, the Wall Street Journal reported Saturday. Such a deal would disrupt the long saga of dueling...