Inside the Wall Street Journal: The History and the Power of Dow Jones & Company and America's Most Influential Newspaper

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Abelson, Alan, 126, 132-137 lawsuits concerning, 133-136
Abrams, Bill, 185
Ackell, Joseph, 214-215
Agnew, Spiro, 260, 292-293
Agriculture Department, U.S., 252
“A-heds,” 161-162, 218
Allied Chemical, 50
Allied Crude Vegetable Oil Refining Corporation, 104-105
Allis, Sam, 184
Amazon Natural Drug Company, 177-178
American Bar Association, 114, 115
American Credit Indemnity Company, 252
American Express Company, 105
American Federation of Labor, 78
American Liberty League, 102
American Motors Corporation, 168-169
American Society of Newspaper Editors, 206
American Stock Exchange, 89, 187, 188
Anderson, John, 141
Anderson, Len, 183
Andrews, Julie, 262
Anreder, Steve, 124
AP (Associated Press), 156, 187, 232, 294
Dow Jones partnership of, 235-236, 239
AP-Dow Jones Economic Report, 275
AP-Dow Jones News Service, 236-242, 245, 281
secret summit scoops of, 275-276
special services of, 275
Argo Merchant, 148
Armour, Lawrence A., 123
Asian Wall Street Journal, 237-246, 320, 321
development of, 236-239
world news coverage by, 242-243
Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly, 244-246 320, 321
AT & T (American Telephone and Telegraph Company), 22, 50, 206, 273-274
Atlantic Cable, 3
Atlantic Monthly, 306
Atlas Maritime Company, 266-269
Austin, J. Paul, 314
A Very International Corporation, 222
Ayer Award, 147
Bacon, Ken, 311
Badger, Sherwin C., 126
Bagdikian, Ben, 205-207, 309-310
Baker, Bobby, 93
Bancroft, Hugh, 45-60, 120
Bancroft, Jane, 45, 63
Bankers Report, 275
Bank of New York, 89
Barron, Clarence W., 9, 21-44
background of, 21-22
Barron's and, 120, 122-123
“news rules” of, 39
personal style of, 24-25, 41-44
purchase of Dow Jones & Company by, 19
Barron’s National Business and Financial Weekly, 39, 45-46, 120-137, 225, 262
contests in, 122, 125
controversial stories in, 130-133
Depression era difficulties of, 124
founding of, 120-121
Nelson at, 120, 123-124
Nemerroff suit against, 135-136
promotion of, 121-123
SafeCard suit against, 136-137
Shea as editor of, 125-126
statistic in, 128-130
story development in, 130-131
Telex suit against, 134-135
Bartley, Robert L., 197-213, 287, 299-307
background of, 197
editorial slant of, 201-204, 207
Reagan’s economic policies and, 301-307
Bato, 223
Beall, George, 292
Beebe, Lucius, 25
Belasco, Arnold, 211
Bell, Jeffrey, 306
Bergstresser, Charles M., 7, 14, 16, 19
Bettner, Jill, 192
Bleiberg, Bob, 126-137
background of, 126-127
editorial opinions of, 127-128

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