Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal Editor: Stop Calling The Travel Ban Countries “Majority Muslim”
"It's very loaded. The reason they've been chosen is not because they're majority Muslim but because they're on the list of countries Obama identified as countries of concern,” editor-in-chief Gerry Baker wrote to top editors.
Bond King Takedown
Bill Gross, founder of the world's largest bond fund, PIMCO, was the subject of a devastating article in The Wall Street Journal that questioned his management style and recent investment performance, laying much of the blame for the recent departure of CEO Mohamed El-Erian at his feet.
Head Of AIG Likes Comparing Critics To Lynch Mobs
Robert Benmosche, the CEO of bailed-out insurance giant AIG, told The Wall Street Journal that outrage over employee bonuses was "just as bad and just as wrong" as lynchings. Benmosche's comments echo similar ones he made in 2009. (h/t: Ryan Chittum)