That truth is not just a concept, but a matter of life and death, is
shown by the tragic murder of Daniel Pearl, who lost his life at 38 attempting
to uncover truths that would not only educate his readers, but also Read More
Daniel Pearl told friends he was coming home. Pakistan was going to be his final fling with foreign journalism, he said; his wife Mariane was pregnant, and they were ready to rejoin the rhythm of American life.
“This was his victory lap,” said Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, an associate dean at the Yale School of Management, who Read More
Since the kidnapping of reporter Daniel Pearl on Jan. 23 in Karachi, Pakistan, Wall Street Journal managing editor Paul Steiger has assumed the dueling roles of journalist and international diplomat. On Friday, Feb. 1, for example, Mr. Steiger was helping to assemble The Journal’s nominations for the Pulitzer Prizes. Later that day, Mr. Steiger was Read More
Wall Street Journal Waits for Missing Colleague Daniel Pearl; Steve Brill and Tom Rogers E-Tangle
Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl’s disappearance last week was akin to a missile fired in the middle of the night, shaking his colleagues at the newspaper while leaving outside observers frightened and disturbed. Since last fall, when journalists Read More