Monday, June 25, 2012

WSJ Wrap-Up -- Monday, June 25, 2012

Not much in the paper of interest today.

Fourth section: all about education.

Third section:
"Where to place your calls for dividends with telecom stocks," -- it comes down to ATT vs VZ, and VZ is the WSJ's choice, by a hair.
Second section:
"Ferry systems look to switch to natural gas," -- in Norway, ferries have been using liquefied natural gas for over a decade. Slowly, every so slowly, the switch to natural gas will eventually reach the US.
First section:
"Gas prices dip, but confidence stalls" -- due to economic stagnation, consumers won't notice price drop

Pretty dull today. It was so bad I almost included an article on recent legal ruling involving Apple, Google, and Motorola, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it.

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