An aggrieved consumer from Milltown, New Jersey, took the internet by storm on Thursday with a full-page ad in the print edition of the Wall Street Journal, politely telling America's captains of industry what we all find pretty annoying about their products. A photo the letter, purportedly written by a guy named Nick Vitale, circulated on Twitter. It's good for a few knowing chuckles. "On the subject of cheeseburgers, I am generally pleased with the product and service I have received," Vitale wrote. "However, it would be great if you guys could slice both the lettuce and tomato much thinner, so they don’t slide out of the bun when I bite into it. It’s a little thing, but one that I think would dramatically improve the overall experience."The letter tackles airline fees, ride-share tipping, new cell phone models, vehicle dashboards and more. But one brief paragraph was a little suspicious. "Gas stations, I really appreciate that some of you have started putting … [Read more...] about Delco-based company really behind New Jersey man’s ‘list of grievances’ in Wall Street Journal
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KOLKATA: IIM Calcutta's Post Graduate Programme for Executives (PGPEX)course was ranked third in the world under the 'Top Tier: One year MBA degrees' listing in the recently released analysis of business schools by Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal. With an overall score of 75.5, the one-year executive programme scored highest in delivering outcomes (85) - which includes metrics such as salary, entrepreneurship, social good and network, among others - as compared to the global average of 65.5.The Universities were evaluated basis performance across parameters such as resources, engagement, outcomes and environment. Dean Of New Initiatives and External Relations Prashant Mishra said, "We arethrilled that our PGPEX programme has been recognised in this prestigious ranking by Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal. This achievement is a testament to the commitment and high quality of work accomplished by our faculty, alumni, staff and students". He further added … [Read more...] about IIM Calcutta’s PGPEX ranked third in the world by Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal in their maiden survey on Management Education domain
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he expected to move ahead with raising tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports to 25 percent from the current 10 percent.In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Trump said it was "highly unlikely" he would accept China's request to hold off on the increase, which is due to take effect on Jan. 1.gi "The only deal would be China has to open up their country to competition from the United States," Trump told the Journal. "As far as other countries are concerned, that’s up to them."Trump, who is due to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires this week, said that if negotiations were unsuccessful, he would also put tariffs on the rest of Chinese imports."If we don’t make a deal, then I'm going to put the $267 billion additional on," at a tariff rate of either 10 percent or 25 percent, Trump told the Journal.He said the tariffs could also be placed on laptops and Apple … [Read more...] about Trump says he expects to raise China tariffs -Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal named Logan International among the top 10 best biggest airports in the U.S. in its first-ever ranking of airports. Logan came in at No. 10 on the list, which evaluated the country’s 20 largest airports by taking into account 14 factors in the categories of reliability, value, and convenience, as well as a survey of more than 4,800 readers. Denver International Airport ranked No. 1. For reliability, the publication looked at on-time arrivals, cancellations, average arrival delays, taxi time for departures, and average wait times at TSA checkpoints. For value, it looked at the average domestic fare, the market dominance of each airport’s largest airline, the cheapest on-site parking, rental car taxes, and the average UberX price to get to the convention center. For convenience, it looked at Wi-Fi speed, Yelp food ratings, the maximum walking distances, nonstop cities served, and the satisfaction score from WSJ readers in the survey. … [Read more...] about The Wall Street Journal ranked Logan Airport as one of the top 10 in the U.S.
The Wall Street Journal, a US newspaper, has given some pieces of advice for travelers how to explore the most amazing caves in Vietnam on a three-day swimming and hiking excursion. “I was halfway into a three-day hiking and swimming tour in what is fast becoming one of the world’s most popular caving destinations, a massive limestone formation 300 miles south of Hanoi,” Patrick Scott, a writer from The Wall Street Journal wrote. Their expedition, run by Oxalis Adventure Tours, was painstakingly laid out by speleologists with extensive experience mapping cave and led by guides trained in first aid and water rescues. Most importantly, they weren’t in danger of surging waters because Oxalis doesn’t run tours in the rainy season. “In the 909-degree heat and humidity, they walked from the Oxalis pavilion onto a concrete road built by the makers of Kong: Skull Island, filmed in the province in 2016, through a valley hemmed by lush peaks. They started … [Read more...] about The Wall Street Journal gives tips on exploring Vietnam’s stunning caves