In an age of media plenty, traditional business news outlets have never had so much competition. Being deemed essential is a good plan to counter that. And the Wall St Journal is backing itself. So it’s got a few big, successful names—producer/entrepreneur will.i.am, SAP chief executive Bill McDermott and fashion designer Tory Burch—to show that no matter how busy they are, they make time to read it.
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The Football World Cup has made for some bloody good, exciting viewing. But in New Zealand, where playing rugby with a broken rib, a ruptured scrotum or a severe brain injury is practically demanded of our international players, many Kiwis seem to find all the rolling around in largely faux agony hard to swallow. Thankfully, The Wall St Journal has conducted an exhaustive study of the first 32 games to find the winners of the “first ever international soccer injury-embellishment awards”.