[MarketWatch] - Economic issues loomed large during Florida's primary. How did Florida's high unemployment and foreclosure rate affect the race? WSJ's David Wessel joins Alan Murray on Campaign Journal to discuss.
[Arizona Daily Star] - "Washington Week," 10 am, Channel 6 - Dan Balz, The Washington Post; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine and CBS News; Jackie Calmes, The New York Times; and David Wessel, The Wall Street Journal. • ABC's "This Week," 7 am, Channel GOP presidential
[JustLuxe.com] - David Wessel of the Wall Street Journal wrote in a column on December 29, 2011, that for the past year and a half, the US economy has been caught in a tug-of-war. “On one side is the economy's natural resilience," he wisely writes, "and on the other
[Telegraph.co.uk] An interesting tweet from The Wall Street Journal's economics editor, David Wessel - the US Fed has just said it expects to hold interest rates until "at least" the end of 2014, but Ben Bernanke's term expires before then.
[Daily Beast] - Wall Street Journal economics editor David Wessel sounded a similar note on Twitter: “Danny Pearl, of blessed memory, would have condemned US soldiers urinating on corpses (esp on camera),” he wrote. It's this kind of timeless loyalty by two stand-up
[Austin American-Statesman (blog)] - In addition, Politico reports that Wall Street Journal economics editor David Wessel wrote, ““Danny Pearl, of blessed memory, would have condemned US soldiers urinating on corpses (esp on camera).” • It was an interesting night for Perry.
[Washington Post (blog)] - 5) Manufacturing growth won't bring back full employment, writes David Wessel: "Recent news from the nation's factories has been good. In the past two years, manufacturing employment has grown by , a welcome upturn in a nation short of jobs.
[Wall Street Journal (blog)] - By DAVID WESSEL Master Lock's manufacturing plant in Milwaukee, Wis., on Tuesday. Obama cited the company at a jobs forum Wednesday. Manufacturing alone isn't going to put America back to work. Recent news from the nation's factories has been good.
[MarketWatch] - Economics Editor for WSJ David Wessel reports on Campaign Journal. (Photo: Getty Images) Apple's high-growth phase is behind it and the struggles of the retail market are starting to impair this once seemingly unbreakable giant.