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China expels Wall Street Journal reporters over ‘racist’ headline

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said the Journal op-ed — titled China is the Real Sick Man of Asia — had a "racially discriminatory" and "sensational" headline

France won’t bar but may restrict Huawei in 5G network

There has been intense debate in Europe about whether or not to exclude Huawei from supplying equipment for 5G mobile networks

Wall Street Journal slated for climate change stance

Leading scientists have complained that a <i>Wall Street Journal</i> article disputing climate change is akin to "dentists practising cardiology".

Wall Street Journal disputes circulation scam claim

The publisher of <i>Wall Street Journal Europe</i> was forced to resign over a scam by the paper to boost its circulation, British media reported.

UK government defends Murdoch ties

Britain's Conservative-led government denied on Saturday that it was too close to Rupert Murdoch's scandal-hit media empire.

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Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal takes on New York Times

The two newspaper heavyweights are poised to do battle as Rupert Murdoch's <i>Journal</i> challenges Arthur Sulzberger's <i>Times</i>.

Pittsburgh paper launches online charging scheme

<i>Pittsburgh Post-Gazette</i> starts members' club offering readers extra content, access to journalists and special events.

Microsoft says in talks with Yahoo!, but not ‘re-bidding’

Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer said his company was still holding talks with Yahoo!, although no longer about efforts to take over the internet giant. Ballmer, speaking during a conference hosted by the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> on Tuesday, recalled that Microsoft had dropped its bid to buy Yahoo! after Yahoo! rejected its takeover offer.

CEO: Microsoft can do it without Yahoo!

Microsoft can build a competitive online advertising business without Yahoo! but it "could just take more time", CEO Steve Ballmer told the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> in an interview published on Friday. The comment came as analysts and industry watchers awaited an imminent announcement on Microsoft's next move in its unresolved quest to acquire Yahoo!

Airbus wins major order of up to 100 jets

Leasing company Awas (Ireland) is expected to announce a deal to buy up to 100 Airbus jets worth $6,9-billion, the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> reported on Wednesday. The news came after aerospace group Boeing said it delivered 441 commercial airplanes in 2007 as part of a tight race with Europe's Airbus.

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