The Wall Street Journal

  • Boss' firstborn may affect your salary: study January 7, 2013

    Washington: Your salary may rise or shrink depending on your male boss' firstborn, according to a new study which found that employees can expect a hike if the child is a daughter but salaries may decrease if it is a son. The gender of a male CEO's child is significantly linked...
  • New York Times gets its first woman editor June 3, 2011

    New York: Former investigative reporter Jill Abramson will become the first female executive editor in the nearly 160-year history of The New York Times in September, the newspaper announced on Thursday. Abramson, 57, is to succeed Bill Keller, who will continue to write for the daily as a columnist. The Times' Washington...
  • Infosys most admired Indian company: WSJ survey August 14, 2009

    New York: IT bellwether Infosys Technologies has been adjudged as most admired Indian company, ahead of Tata Consultancy Services and Bharti Airtel, says a survey. Infosys has topped the list of 10 most admired Indian companies and is followed by IT major TCS at the second position, according to the...