Twitter Says 250,000 Accounts Hacked 15 weeks ago
Twitter said Friday that 250,000 of its accounts were hacked earlier this week.
An investigation showed that hackers infiltrated Twitter...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
The Wall Street Journal said that, like the New York Times, it was the subject of a cyber attack
The Wall Street Journal will publish stories about entrepreneurship and startup companies on The Accelerator and Startup Journal
The Wall Street Journal sent an email alert to readers saying Romney took Michigan. Minutes later, it corrected the mistake
The New York Times is now the most-subscribed-to news site
National newspapers give away their coverage
Comes after New York Times goes Portuguese
The Wall Street Journal Magazine named Kristina O'Neill editor
Watchdog group Media Matters said the Wall Street Journal published op-ed pieces by nine Romney advisers without mentioning their ties to the GOP candidate
The company is still seeking a new publisher for Time magazine
Wall Street Journal reporters will submit clips to the video channel
Murdoch's media empire will separate its lucrative broadcast and entertainment division from its publishing arm
New England's largest newspaper launched a new website today, which will be for paying subscribers only starting in October
Bump provided by cable networks, offset by profit slide at 20th Century Fox; MySpace remains "a problem"
WSJ, ESPN's New York sections get April launch dates
Nikhil Deogun to become network's managing editor
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama