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  • 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...
  • Good riddance to Bernanke's tight-money policies

    Good riddance to Bernanke's tight-money policies
    The Wall Street Journal is on the hard-money side of the debate over recent monetary policy. But its editorial on the departure of Ben S. Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve articulated a conventional wisdom that transcends that debate. The...
  • 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...
  • Estate tax relief seems on track in Annapolis

    Estate tax relief seems on track in Annapolis
    At a time when income inequality is one of the nation's most-discussed issues, the tax that appears to have the best chance of being cut in heavily Democratic Maryland this year is one that is only paid by millionaires. Senate President Thomas V. Mike...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Study: More people doing less with cars

    Study: More people doing less with cars
    The percentage of people forgoing a car is on the rise, especially in dense urban areas, according to the University of Michigan Transportation Research Center. Using data from the American Community Survey, the study examined recent trends in the...
  • President was told healthcare website would work, official says

    President was told healthcare website would work, official says
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama was assured that the healthcare insurance website was ready to launch on Oct. 1, even as private contractors and some administration officials knew the site had failed in early testing, a senior White House advisor said...
  • Five questions for Matthew Wyskiel

    Five questions for Matthew Wyskiel
    Legg Mason's Bill Miller and other high-profile investors will share their top stock picks of the moment Wednesday— with the aim of raising money for area schoolchildren. Tickets for the Baltimore Next Generation Investing Event, to be held at...
  • Jamie McCourt gets back to her Parisian roots -- buys Napa vineyard

    Jamie McCourt gets back to her Parisian roots -- buys Napa vineyard
    Ever picture Jamie McCourt in an Alpine hat and some nifty lederhosen? Hey, let’s be open-minded. She’s still out there, and apparently recovered from losing her first round at getting her divorce settlement with ex-hubby Frank thrown out...
  • Report: Sheryl Crow saw Lance Armstrong dope

    Sheryl Crow reportedly witnessed Lance Armstrong receive a banned blood transfusion and told federal investigators, according to a new book "Wheelman" by Wall Street Journal reporters Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O'Connell. The book, which comes out...