The two-year-old company, of which Sony CEO Michael Lynton is a board member, is hoping to attract more users to increase its valuation
NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has the president at just 42 percent and the GOP at 22
The deal is expected to close in weeks to fund new production and acquisition
Walt Mossberg's longtime tech column in WSJ to end
You can start by watching the Microsoft anti-trust trial, but shows from major entertainment companies could be next
The Star Tribune CEO and publisher, who was with Time for decades, is front-runner for the job
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune won a pair of awards for local reporting and editorial cartooning
America's top critics have spoken, so should you see "Jack the Giant Slayer"?
Postal service is stopping Saturday first-class service in August. What will that do to your magazine delivery?
Robert Thomson, managing editor of the Wall Street Journal and editor in chief of Dow Jones, brings credibility to the scandal-plagued unit
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
National newspapers give away their coverage
The Wall Street Journal Magazine named Kristina O'Neill editor
Needleman replaces Sally Singer, who was forced out last August
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
NewsBeast executive editor Jane Spencer goes abroad on sabbatical as Deidre Depke takes her spot
AOL and the Huffington Post showed a demo of the Huffington Post Streaming Network to reporters on Thursday
Raju Narisetti leaves after three years at the Post
The Chicago daily and its sister publications will all charge for their online content
Company spokesperson said the editorial department is being restructured
Its upcoming YouTube channels are not enough, Google wants to be in the cable business as well
The Guardian reports that one of Rupert Murdoch's key deputies, Andrew Langhoff, has resigned amid accusations that the Journal was buying copies of its own...
Says the investor and financier: “He and I will meet at Fortune... I’m ready tomorrow morning"
Abramson sent out a staff memo today -- her first day in new job
Google chair Eric Schmidt preached to the unconverted at a European TV fest, even as co-founder Larry Page faces many woes as CEO
A new study shows that more journalists still turn to traditional outlets for their media news, but that may change very soon