Thanks for all for attending WSJ CEO conference, especially President.
WSJ CEO conference great success. Plenty of worries. Obama, Christie, Ryan very impressive, but Summers knockout with sheer brilliance.
Pope Francis revitalising Church worldwide with wonderful challenging statements and actions. Certainly making me, like others, rethink much
Looks like QE keeps going for long time, just making rich richer leaving masses behind, also serious global dislocations.
Reading Francis Collins in WSJ on genetics, can we all live to 120 or more? Probably not, but our children for sure.
Inspiring evening in North Carolina for Billy Graham's 95 th birthday.
800 dedicated evangelicals. Good people doing good works.
Tech driving world change ever faster. Bill Gates, with his wonderful philanthropy argues otherwise, but using new tech in all great works.
Newscorp sad case of damage by ignorant consultants. Fast being repaired by infusion of experienced managers.
Australia feels totally different to six months ago. Govt will cut massive regulations giving real optimism. Should cancel wild spending.
Townsville Bulletin excellent local paper. All North Australia will experience booming growth with new state and federal governments.
Great to be with Frank Lowy tonight for the @LowyInstitute
anniversary dinner. Honored to be a part of this event. pic.twitter.com/XYblWDukuD
Has Cameron got no idea of effects of ever-rising power charges on masses? Lose election or stop windmill nonsense , start fracking now,
Riverina beautiful as ever, but whole state seems covered in smoke haze from big coastal forest fires. Many homes destroyed.
Paul Ryan emerging as real leader. Responsible, consistent and on top of big issues.
Oops! Better ignore last tweet.
"Please expose Eric Schmidt, Google " etc. Just wait!
Big media trials in London in 2 weeks. Remember, everyone innocent until proven guilty, entitled to fair trial in most countries.
If universal reports true, O should quickly rename Obamacare as Pelosicare. Smart Republicans lying low, waiting for next year.
POTUS has spoken of entitlement reform and competitive corporate taxes Why wait? Political point scoring ineffective after crisis past.
SV/SF, Israel, Beijing will remain greatest centers of innovation so long as they keep attracting most clever young techies. Change unlikely
Of course innovation is everywhere, but not great transformational work until governments get out of way. Eg. EPA closing down nanotech.
San Francisco - Silicon Valley spirit gives one new hope for US. World has three great innovation centres: SF, Israel, Beijing. That order.
Back in amazing Silicon Valley. Wonderful Stanford University inspires.
No deficit cuts pre fiscal cliff and both sides lose See polls. Obama ought to be happy with 80 per cent win. " I won" argument unpopular.
My very best wishes to Michael Rooney, leaving Dow Jones/WSJ for sabbatical. A great, talented ad man. And tall! pic.twitter.com/z4e0J89okt
BBC massive taxpayer funded mouthpiece for tiny circulation leftist Guardian. Meanwhile print media about to be gagged to protect toffs.
Huge lack of balance in UK media with 8000 BBC left wing journalists far outnumbering all national print journalists.
Let's hope POTUS has real negotiations before fiscal cliff, as all other presidents have done. Otherwise he will be blamed for big crash.
US energy self-sufficiency and big bi-partisan deal would lead to years of boom, job growth. Must come next few days or we face disaster.
Govt shutdown and debt limit make for huge, dangerous crisis. Deal with plenty for both sides possible opening route to millions of jobs.
Republicans, muscle shown, now link debt to big deal: allow Obamacare for now, get entitlements change, biz tax cut, go for growth All win
Simplicity so much easier, and both more beautiful and stronger. Leads closer to fairness for all.
Cruz' grandstanding will cost him long-term, smarter Rand Paul silent. Meanwhile# both sides seem incapable of political deal making.
Are Republicans self-destructing just when Obama at his weakest? Partial govt shut-down small issue compared to possible default.
.@GabbyStern1 enjoy, now turn out a great wsj tomorrow!
Interesting visit from Afghan foreign minister. Credits most progress to completely free media since2001. Election conduct next year vital.
German,, UK. US polls all show 18-24year olds turning libertarian. Want less govt at all levels, more opportunities now.Historic moment.
Week ends with confusion about Fed policy, but growing realization most of economy, and mass of families, in bad shape, not improving.
Pope Francis setting great example in humility and thought provoking open thinking. Really refreshing.
Great first day by PM Abbott firing top bureaucrats,merging departments and killing carbon tax. Much more to do yet.
WH courageous in refusing greedy demands for Obamacare exemptions for big unions. Encouraging.
Game, set and match to Putin with unknown consequences. Maybe right to arm secular rebels six months ago, now too late.
Al Gore. Pls explain record increase in Arctic ice. Other greenies crippling US growth in opposing safe tracking for natural gas.
Unprecedented hard times for US youth generation, but nothing compared to Europe. Euro currency discipline making for bigger social crisis.
US recovery hard to find across country. Real wages since 2007 for under 35s down, over 35s up average less than one per cent. Really tough
Reading all the tributes to Hillary Clinton as amazingly hard working Secretary of State. But what legacy did she leave?
Congratulations to the entire @nypost
team on their website relaunch. More great things to come! pic.twitter.com/IUFerBmgG1
As long predicted, QE2 would not create jobs, only make rich richer.Now, how to back off without further damage?
Small item: Apart from higher pay, public workers in Australia take many more sick days than those in hard working private sector!
Aust election public sick of public sector workers and phony welfare scroungers sucking life out of economy.Others nations to follow in time