Dow Jones & Company, the publisher of The Wall Street Journal, said today it had signed a merger agreement with Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation.
Rupert Murdoch's history with other newspapers may provide clues on his plans for The Wall Street Journal.
The state officials who run the nation's elections are facing efforts to limit what have been criticized as political and financial conflicts of interest.
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In China, Harry Potter imitations by other authors coexist with pirated copies of the genuine items. Li Jingsheng wrote a novel for his son, Dongwei, and posted it online.
Television, which was illegal under the Taliban, is off to a phenomenal start in a developing Afghanistan.
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