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WSJ's publisher, Dow Jones & Company, first produced brief news bulletins that were hand-delivered throughout the day to traders at the stock exchange. They were later printed in a daily summary called the Customers' Afternoon Letter. The reporters Charles Dow, Edward Jones, and Charles Bergstresser converted this into The Wall Street Journal, which was published for the first time on July 8, 1889.
What The Wall Street Journal Does
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The Wall Street Journal enables readers to take part in an international conversation on business, politics, technology, and culture. It presents unparalleled news reporting from more than 1,800 journalists in 45 countries, and it boasts a community of more than 36 million digital visitors per month worldwide. WSJ.com’s global digital offerings are edited locally to provide regionally relevant news to readers from across the globe.
WSJ Subscriber Upgrades
WSJ recently launched WSJ+, a complimentary addition to the standard Wall Street Journal subscription. WSJ+ provides a range of hand-picked offers and an extensive calendar of events to keep readers engaged and up-to-date. Some of WSJ+’s most popular perks? Exclusive invitations to panels and performances and opportunities to win all-inclusive trips to WSJ’s favorite destinations.
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Wall Street Journal on Facebook
Learn about breaking news & investigative reporting on WSJ's Facebook: "The wealthiest 1% of the world’s population will own more than half of total global wealth next year, according to a new report from Oxfam."
"Being at the Journal means getting to work on a product that matters, where every day is driven by big ideas and broad collaboration. Best of all, you do the job alongside a couple thousand of the smartest people on planet Earth."
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