the next giant opportunity ahead might be building and operating services on the iphone platform rather than r
"The next giant opportunity ahead might be building and operating services on the iPhone platform rather than replacing it with the next big thing." In WSJ review of @lkahney's Tim Cook book, @stevesi explains. https://t.co/arVxD07UYi via @WSJ
hi kelly this was in no way a slight wsj style rules apply to men amp women on first reference we use someone
@MigsRunner @WSJHi, Kelly. This was in no way a slight. WSJ style rules apply to men & women. On first reference, we use someone's full name, without honorifics. We only use "Dr. " on second reference. If I'd used her name again, it would have been "Dr. Bouman. " Hope that clears things up.
kim strassel of the wsj just said after reviewing the dumb comey memos you got to ask what was the purpose of
Kim Strassel of the WSJ just said, after reviewing the dumb Comey Memos, “you got to ask, what was the purpose of the Special Counsel? There’s no there there.” Dan Henninger of the WSJ said Memos would show that this would be one of the weakest obstruction cases ever brought!
from the wsj editors isnt democracy great only in congress could a political party introduce legislation with
From the WSJ editors: “Isn’t democracy great? Only in Congress could a political party introduce legislation with great media fanfare, then vote against it and blame the other side for cynicism.” https://t.co/YxchgCtX2H