Wall Street Journal execs told Madison Avenue types that company reaches well beyond financial news and dead-tree roots of namesake biz newspaper, promising to pump reams of new, original online…
This seems to be an appropriate week to comment on the art of losing gracefully.
One candidate seeking return to Washington has raised more money from Hollywood than any other.
A surprising number of people admit they depend on "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" as their primary source of news, so when the show itself made news recently, I paid attention.
It's called "fractional jet ownership," and it's part of the package enticing nose-to-the-grindstone Hollywood execs like Arnold Rifkin, Brad Grey, Peter Chernin and attorney Jim Jackoway to the…