Newspaper That Brought Down Theranos Learns Owner Is Major Investor

Once upon a time, Theranos was a promising biotech firm—raising $632 million from 2014-2015. In October 2015, everything changed when the Wall Street Journal published the first of its many exposés that revealed the company’s struggle to develop the blood-testing technology it promised. Read More >>

China’s Tech Factories are Abusing Poor Interns

Chinese factories are relying on cheap intern labour to keep the manufacturing dream alive, according to a WSJ report. Read More >>

Now the Wall Street Journal’s Opening a Coffee Shop For Tech Chats, Too

Following on the quinoa-powered heels of The Guardian, the Wall Street Journal is opening up (coffee) shop in the "Silicon Roundabout" for two days next week, where a series of tech-centric talks and events will be held over skinny flat whites, MacBooks, and Moleskines. Read More >>