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Dow Jones & Company, Inc.


Self Description

December 2002: "Dow Jones & Company, founded in 1882 by Charles H. Dow, Edward T. Jones and Charles Bergstresser, publishes the world's most vital business and financial news and information....Company operations are divided into three industry segments: print publishing, electronic publishing and community newspapers."
http://www.dowjones.com/index_aboutdow.htm  (Please click on "Dow Jones Corporate Fact Sheet" for more information.)

Third-Party Descriptions

May 2007: the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission opened a probe last week into unusual trading in shares of Dow Jones...The U.S. securities watchdog filed a lawsuit in federal court in New York on Tuesday against a Hong Kong couple Tuesday for allegedly using insider information to make $8.2 million trading Dow Jones stock before the takeover bid from News Corp. was made public.

http://www.forbes.com/business/2007/05/09/dowjones-insider-trading-markets-equity-cx_0509markets1.html

May 2007: ...Mr. Murdoch, whose News Corporation owns The Post, has made a $5 billion bid to buy Dow Jones and its centerpiece, The Wall Street Journal. Mr. Murdoch has been trying to persuade the family that controls Dow Jones that he stands for the same kind of august journalism that it does, and that his journalists adhere to high standards.

Relationships

RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) All Things Digital Source May 2, 2007
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Barron's Source
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Career Journal Source May 12, 2007
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Dow Jones News Service (DJNS) Source Apr 23, 2008
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Ottaway Newspapers Organization Aug 7, 2006
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Real Estate Journal Source Aug 8, 2006
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Smart Money Source Jun 14, 2004
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ) Source
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Walt Mossberg's Personal Technology Source Mar 29, 2005
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Alex Frangos Person
Director/Trustee/Overseer (past or present) David K.P. Li Person Jun 6, 2007
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Stephanie Miles Person
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Stephanie Mills Person
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Brandon Mitchener Person
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Ruth Simon Person
Organization Executive (past or present) Paul E. Steiger Person Oct 31, 2007
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Nick Wingfield Person

Articles and Resources

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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at:
Nov 30, 2014 Justice Is Swift as Petty Crimes Clog Courts: Cases Adjudicated in Minutes or Less, Often Without Lawyers

QUOTE: Years of aggressive policing tactics and tough-on-crime legislation have flooded the American court system with misdemeanor cases—relatively small-time crimes such as public drunkenness, loitering or petty theft. The state courts that handle such charges often resemble assembly lines where time is in short supply, according to judges and lawyers who work in the courts. Many poor defendants, despite their right to court-appointed legal counsel, don’t get lawyers, and those who do often receive scant help in the rush to resolve cases.

Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ)
Aug 16, 2012 Elections Shape Judicial Sentencing, Study Finds

QUOTE: Making sure to account for whether cases were resolved via plea bargain or trial, and the criminal history of defendants, the authors identified a 10% increase in sentence length from the start of a judge’s term to the election (or, for judges who ran opposed, to the filing deadline for running, several months earlier).

Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ)
Nov 19, 2011 Document Trove Exposes Surveillance Methods (Censorship Inc.)

QUOTE: a retail market for surveillance tools has sprung up from "nearly zero" in 2001 to about $5 billion a year, said Jerry Lucas, president of TeleStrategies Inc., the show's operator. Critics say the market represents a new sort of arms trade supplying Western governments and repressive nations alike. "The Arab Spring countries all had more sophisticated surveillance capabilities than I would have guessed..."

Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ)
Oct 10, 2011 Secret Orders Target Email: WikiLeaks Backer's Information Sought

QUOTE: The court clashes in the WikiLeaks case provide a rare public window into the growing debate over a federal law that lets the government secretly obtain information from people's email and cellphones without a search warrant. Several court decisions have questioned whether the law, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, violates the U.S. Constitution's Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable searches and seizures.

Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ)
Apr 20, 2011 Abuse of Thai workers alleged

QUOTE: "Modern-day slavery spans all geographies and is present, alive and well in agriculture…” The abuses occurred partly because the workers were Thai, who have been more vulnerable to abuse than Western workers.

Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ)
Aug 18, 2009 Why AT&T Killed Google Voice: Telecom operators are yesterday's business. It's time for a national data policy that encourages innovation.

QUOTE: AT&T is dragging down the rest of us by overcharging us for voice calls and stifling innovation in a mobile data market critical to the U.S. economy.

Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ)
Aug 07, 2009 10 Things Veterinarians Won't Tell You

QUOTE: 1. “Good thing you love Sparky like a son. His care could cost as much”....2. “Vaccinating your pet may do more harm than good”....7. “Go ahead and sue—it’ll hurt you more than it hurts me.”

Smart Money
Aug 06, 2009 No More Perks: Coffee Shops Pull the Plug on Laptop Users: They Sit for Hours and Don't Spend Much; Getting the Bum's Rush in the Big Apple

QUOTE: a decade-old love affair between coffee shops and laptop-wielding customers is fading.

Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ)
Aug 05, 2009 10 Things Weather Forecasters Won't Say

QUOTE: 2. “We’re pretty accurate—as long as the sun is shining”....4. “Our high-tech gizmos do everything but predict weather”....9. “Accuracy? Who cares.”

Smart Money
Aug 04, 2009 10 Things Adoption Agencies Won't Say

QUOTE: 1. “Just because we place children doesn’t mean we’re good people”....3. “Yes, we promised you the child, but that was before we spoke to the father”....9. “Our information pipeline is seriously flawed.”

Smart Money
Aug 04, 2009 Dead Ringers: Grave Robbers Turn to ID Theft

QUOTE: However, it may take days, weeks or months after a person dies for authorities to include a new death in their databases. Until then, criminals have free reign to open credit cards, get state identification cards and apply for a job using a dead person’s identity, says Jay Foley, the executive director of the Identity Theft Resource Center, a San Diego-based nonprofit organization. And although each organization keeps a record of deceased individuals, their databases don’t always overlap, Foley says.

Smart Money
Aug 03, 2009 Are You Paid Well? Three Sites That Tell

QUOTE: With the jobless rate near 10 percent, employers enjoy all the leverage; some require applicants to specify salary demands before they’ve even had an interview. We looked at three Web sites that provide compensation data to see if they offer useful intelligence.

Smart Money
Jul 31, 2009 10 Things Your Landscaper Won't Tell You

QUOTE: 3. “I’m not qualified to do the job, but that won’t stop me”....7. “I don’t always finish what I start”....9. “My workers chug your beer when they should be mowing your lawn.”

Smart Money
Jul 30, 2009 Match Game: How to Cope With a Suspended 401(k)

QUOTE: The market’s losses caused palpable damage to retirement accounts over the last year: The median rate of return for 401(k) plans was negative 28.3% during 2008. Now, however, many workers are missing out on one of the biggest benefits of this investment vehicle....The cutbacks are unlikely to last, though. Employers know that a good retirement benefits package is a compelling draw for workers and that they’ll need to keep them if they want to attract and retain talent.

Smart Money
Jul 29, 2009 3 Things the Latest Housing Data Don't Say

QUOTE: 1. The numbers need to be adjusted....2. Foreclosure moratoria skewed sales data....3. Unemployment will pace the recovery

Smart Money
Jul 27, 2009 10 Things Your Lawyer Won't Tell You

QUOTE: 1. “I don’t necessarily know that much about the law”...3. “I’ll charge as much as you’ll let me”....5. “You just might be better off without me.”

Smart Money
Jul 24, 2009 10 Things Your Antique Dealer Won't Tell You

QUOTE: 2. “Need an appraisal? Don’t look at me”....3. “Even I’ve been duped by fakes"....6. “Antiques aren’t always such a good investment.”

Smart Money
Jul 21, 2009 10 Things Your Exterminator Won't Tell You

QUOTE: 3. “You can’t sue me—my contract’s ironclad"....7. “We’ll spray even when you don’t need it”....10. “You really don’t need to call me for every bug you see.”

Smart Money
Jul 17, 2009 This Health-Care Reform Might Tax Us to Death

QUOTE: Investors are going to get taxed. You are going to get taxed. It's that simple. The people without health insurance -- the very people whom this is supposed to help -- are going to get taxed too. And millions of them will be left without insurance (even though they have to pay higher taxes). First, to the investors. According to the bill passed this week by the House of Representatives, any individual who makes more than $280,000 a year -- or any couple that makes more than $350,000 -- is going to pay a surcharge of at least 1% of income above those levels. The more you make, the more you pay.

Smart Money
Jul 17, 2009 10 Things Health Food Stores Won't Tell You

QUOTE: 3. “Some of our products aren’t as eco-friendly as they sound”....5. “Our supplements are a mystery wrapped in an enigma”....6. “Taking our advice may be hazardous to your health.”

Smart Money

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