NEW YORK, NY--With their banner headline, "CHAVEZ DEAD; DOW HITS NEW HIGH", the Wall Street Journal seemed to be implying that the death of Venezuela's controversial president and the stock market index's milestone high were connected events, rea...
Special to INS - The Wall Street Journal reported that sales of attack chipmunks increased dramatically in 2009. It estimates that more than 270 thousand of the small rodents have been purchased by Americans in response to terrorist threats since 200...
It started with a small thing and then grew into a complex ecosystem. No, it's not the universe, or the Earth. It's TheSpoof.com. Sometime in the distant past, um ... past 7 years, a lone writer wrote the first spoof on TheSpoof.com. That tiny spoof...
You can bet serious money - $1.00 even - that the news about the sale of The Wall Street Journal and the rest of Dow Jones & Company in today's spoof websites will be fully and ferociously reported, with a quarter given to Rupert Murdoch.
Rupert Murdoch continued the expansion of his media empire today by acquiring a little-known news website, TheSpoof.com. Murdoch then traded The Spoof to members of the Bancroft family, conditioned on their support for his takeover o...
The Wall Street Journal staff and Rupert Murdoch are battling over the future layout of the newspaper. The biggest sticking point appears to be over what font will be used.
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