Jony Ive on Life After Apple, Capitol Police Seek More Security for Lawmakers, Parkland Shooter to Get Life Without Parole

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal


Today's News

It's been a busy day in the news, with a wide range of topics covered. Let's take a look at some of the highlights.


  • Jony Ive on Life After Apple: The famed designer discusses his time at the company, his design philosophy, and his new venture.
  • Brands to Pause Spending on Facebook Ads: In light of the social media giant's lackluster response to hate speech, major companies are rethinking their investment.
  • Capitol Police Seek More Security for Lawmakers: Amidst increased threats of violence, law enforcement is requesting additional funding for protection.
  • Partners Group Creates Business Division to Woo Wealthy Investors: The Swiss private equity firm is hoping to attract high-net-worth individuals with its new division.
  • Boeing Lays Out Plan to Rebound From 737 MAX, Other Problems: The aerospace company is focused on fixing its issues and regaining customer trust.
  • Chip Maker Qualcomm Sees Smartphone Slump Worsening: The semiconductor manufacturer is predicting a decline in demand for mobile devices.
  • Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Is Expected to Get Life Without Parole: The Florida school shooting suspect will likely spend the rest of his life in prison.
  • Thousands Tell FAA to Fix Shrinking Airplane Seats: Passengers are concerned about the shrinking size of seats and the lack of legroom on airplanes.
  • This Chip Sector Is a Diamond in the Rough: Despite some challenges, the semiconductor industry is still performing well.
  • Fed Approves Fourth 0.75-Point Rate Rise, Hints at Smaller Hikes: The Federal Reserve raises interest rates for the fourth time this year, but signals that future increases may be less aggressive.
  • LIST: The Celebs Leaving...: A list of celebrities who have announced they are leaving Hollywood in recent years.
  • White Suburban Women Swing Right?: A look at the voting patterns of white suburban women and how they have changed over time.
  • Netflix With Ads Launching as Talks Continue With Studios Over Content: Netflix is testing a new version of its service that includes ads, as it continues to negotiate with Hollywood studios over licensing fees.