WSJ In 90 Seconds


  • Belgians tell Google to stop publishing newspaper content without paying for it.
  • Tribune Co. faces pressure to sell the LA Times to local interests.
  • Several Apple rivals plan digital music devices to work closely with their own online music services, like iPods and iTunes.
  • Fan fiction — stories by amateur writers about characters from books, movies or TV shows — isn’t in the closet anymore.
  • Ach, $1.5 billion in Chrysler losses? Maybe Dr. Z von’t be in ze ads anymore.
  • AOL starts selling Web access units in Europe.
  • Clear Channel starts table-top ads, see-through trays, in food courts. ¾-inch space can hold T-shirts, mobile phones and stuff.