Dennis Berman

Business Editor, Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal's Business Editor. Running coverage including tech, media, health, resources, retail, transport and beyond. Kentuckian.

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Have you ever seen a Ferrari 458 Spider with a handicapped parking sticker?
Let's be honest about the new Samsung Galaxy S5: It's a dud. The full WSJ review here.
First came Netflix. Then came Amazon. Now Yahoo is going to pump tens of millions into original TV shows.
Our world changes in small and potent ways: Mainland Chinese can now browse U.S. real estate Chinese.…
What did it cost to replace the defective GM widget that would later kill 13 people? 90 cents.
I've abandoned my Jawbone fitness tracker after 60 days. I found it a Rube Goldberg device, digitally regurgitating the obvious.
It used to be through friends or at work. Today, nearly 1 in 4 Americans meet their spouses on the Web.
Kentucky vs. Louisville: John Calipari moves his basketball Death Star into final position. A WSJ column.
Virtual reality uses for journalism are incredible to ponder. Bigger impact: 2500 words on Syria? Or a VR visit to a squalid refugee camp?
If you want to look smart at your next business meeting, ask this question: "So, what's your virtual-reality strategy?"
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