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  • Anthony
  • 05-03-21

Miss opinion

Stories are often too long or irrelevant. I especially miss the daily opinion piece I wish you would restore it.

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  • Steven Tamplen
  • 05-03-21

another failure

over the last 6 months at least this subscription has been quickly rolling down hill with the most useless stories. I listen every morning and am sad to say that it's going to have to stop or my IQ will become at risk.

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  • GJB
  • 05-03-21

Wrong direction

Sorry, but I used to listen to every article on Audibles WSJ’s daily summary of business news. Now the one place to be able to get a key snapshot every morning of the business related world is getting into more of the social side of life that I get elsewhere.

Not the right direction IMHO

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  • Jorge Rodriguez-Sierra
  • 05-03-21

Terrible journalism

Typical high school covering of the story. Incredible conclusions from poorly researched material.
The story is thoroughly biased against employers and continues to promote the Corona fear program.
The “journalist” group of the Journal continues to move towards yellow journalism and political pamphleteering.
I used to like the news from the Journal. No more. Awful people have been hired, the new journalism is unprofessional and hacks with political biases.