WSJ In 90 Seconds

  • Rupert Murdoch spawn James spending money on broadband for BskyB. Short-term investors unhappy. A day earlier, Mossberg writes about a broadband solution through your electrical outlets that’s great for mansions and the people who live in them, because each connection costs $100.
  • Netscape wunderkind Andreessen goes traditional, tries to rebuild a regular old software company, which he renames.
  • Dell’s profits down has nothing to do with fire.
  • Whither champagne’s tony image if the riff-raff (a.k.a “chavs”) can buy it? Well, for one, we won’t sponsor that non-elite World Cup, dahling.
  • Hollywood is watching Snakes‘ marketing to see if it works.