Tesla gets a spot on the S&P 500

Tesla will be added to the S&P 500, a milestone that will expand its investor base and put the electric automaker in the same company as heavyweights like Apple, Berkshire Hathaway and Microsoft.

Stocks rally again as new COVID-19 cases show signs of slowing

All major indices rose Wednesday, led by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which increased 3.44% to close above 23,000 for the first time since March 13. Investors seemed heartened by comments made by

Stocks blast higher on expectation of sweeping federal action

There are no free market fanatics on corporate boards the moment the economy wobbles. Today makes the point, with stocks shooting higher on the back of news that a sweeping federal package of aid and

Blockchain media startup Civil is issuing full refunds to all buyers of its cryptocurrency

Many doubted The Civil Media Company's ambitious plan to sell $8 million worth of its cryptocurrency, called CVL. The skeptics, as it turns out, were right.

Ad-blocking browser Brave signs up Dow Jones Media Group as a partner

It looks like at least one major news publisher is on-board with Brave, the ad-blocking web browser founded by former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich. Brave Software and Dow Jones Media Group announced today

Apple To Join The Dow Jones Industrial Average March 18, Replacing AT&T

Apple’s stock will be listed on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) beginning this month, bumping U.S. carrier AT&T from the list, reports the WSJ. The move has been discussed and antici

Dow Jones Says Q1 2012 U.S. Venture Fundraising Up 5 Percent, NVCA Reports 35 Percent Decrease

Thanks to big raises from venture firms like Andreessen Horowitz, U.S. venture capital fund-raising increased to $7 billion across 47 funds in the first quarter of 2012, which is a 5% increase in capi

Report: 522 Exits Of Venture-Backed US Companies Netted $53.2 Billion In 2011

According to a Dow Jones VentureSource report <a href="">released this morning</a>, fewer US-based venture-backed companies exi

European Venture Capital Activity Down 28% In The First Half Of 2011

If you needed more proof that the venture capital industry here in Europe is struggling to keep up, here are some <a href="">new

U.S. Venture Fundraising Up 20 Percent In First Half Of 2011

<img src="">Dow Jones is <a href="">reporting mixed numbers</a> for ve

U.S. Venture Funds Raised $7.7 Billion In First Quarter, Highest Influx In A Decade

<img src=""> U.S. venture capital firms raised more money last quarter than in any period since 2001. The total raised for new funds

M&A Activity Down 22 Percent in Q1, But IPOs And Acquisition Amounts On The Rise

<img src=""> DowJones Venture Source has <a href="">released its quarterly

Report: European VC funding bounces back, IT is the "star performer"

<img class="shot" title="attc6dd2" src="" alt="" width="153" height="36" />European VC funding has bounced back. That's according to Q2 fig

The IPO Survives! Second Quarter Sees $900 Million Worth Of Exits

<img src="" alt="" /> The beloved, endangered IPO is showing signs of revival, or at least survival. In the second quarter of 2010

BanxCorp Files Antitrust Complaint Against The NYT, Fox, CNN, Dow Jones, Others

<img src="" class="shot2" /> <a href="">BanxCorp</a> this morning <a href="

Wall Street Journal Pro Edition Now Available For Consumers ($49 per Month)

<img src="" class="shot2" />Back in October 2009, Dow Jones <a href="">debuted</a> a premium

Venture-Backed Exit Activity Is Picking Up Again

<img src="" class="shot2" />Two separate reports were released this morning, both bringing upbeat news of increased exit activity (M&A, IP

Apple and Google to replace GM and Citigroup on Dow Jones?

<img src="">There is talk around the ol' internet watercooler that General Motors and Citigroup are about to be kicked off the Dow

When Dow Jones says there will be an Apple netbook, there won't be an Apple netbook

<img src="">Dow Jones <a HREF="

Why Does the Wall Street Journal Hate the Web?

Ever since the rear-guard at the Wall Street Journal won the battle to keep its news pages behind its subscription wall (although, its opinion pages are now free), they have been cracking down especia
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