The Wall Street Journal

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The Wall Street Journal
TypeDaily newspaper
FormatBroadsheet
OwnerDow Jones & Company (owned by News Corporation)
PublisherLes Hinton
EditorRobert Thomson
FoundedJuly 8, 1889
LanguageEnglish
HeadquartersOne World Financial Center
New York, NY 10281
United States
Circulation2,069,463[1]
ISSN0099-9660
Official websiteWSJ.com

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is an international newspaper published every day by a company called Dow Jones & Company. It is published in New York City with Asian and European editions. In 2007, more than two million people read it daily, and about 931,000 people read in on its website.[2] In the past, it was the most popular newspaper in the United States (the newspaper that the most people read in the country). However, USA Today became the most popular newspaper in November 2003.

References[change | change source]

  1. Saba, Jennifer (2008-04-28). "New FAS-FAX: Steep Decline at 'NYT' While 'WSJ' Gains". Editor & Publisher. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.
  2. Hussman, Walter E. Jr. "Commentary: How to Sink a Newspaper". WSJ Online (New York). May 7, 2007.