Posted on: 04/17/13
New York—The Wall Street Journal has consolidated six of its blogs into one new one covering global finance, markets, and mergers and acquisitions. The blog, called MoneyBeat, will incorporate content that had been in such others as MarketBeat, Overheard, The Source and all the Deal Journals.
Posted on: 04/02/13
New York—The Wall Street Journal has introduced The Wall Street Journal Türkiye, an online edition at wsj.com.tr. The business newspaper is now producing 12 international websites in nine languages.
Posted on: 03/13/13
New York—The Wall Street Journal announced it will launch Risk & Compliance Journal, a news service covering governance, risk and compliance issues.
Posted on: 03/07/13
New York—The Wall Street Journal announced it will introduce WSJ.Money, its new personal wealth management magazine, on March 9. The quarterly magazine will appear in the U.S. edition of WSJ Weekend and cover personal finance and wealth management for the long term.
Posted on: 02/26/13
The Wall Street Journal this month launched a digital extension of the vertically focused Journal Reports section that has been a strong advertising performer for the print side of the publication. The rebranded Journal Report integrates print and digital to offer more advertising real estate than...
Posted on: 11/13/12
WSJ.com, the online companion to The Wall Street Journal, has been moving aggressively to expand its global footprint by launching local-language websites.
Posted on: 11/02/12
New York—WSJ.com, the online companion to The Wall Street Journal, has debuted a local-language website in Indonesia. The launch follows the debut of a local-language edition in Korea that exceeded 6 million page views in its first two weeks, according to the Journal.
Posted on: 10/18/12
New York—WSJ.com, the online companion to The Wall Street Journal, has debuted a local-language edition in Korea.
Posted on: 10/10/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal Digital Network has introduced a branded private advertising exchange called WSJ Audex. The invitation-only exchange enables advertisers to do real-time bidding across Barrons.com, MarketWatch.com, SmartMoney.com and WSJ.com.
Posted on: 10/05/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal has appointed Nina Lawrence VP-global marketing, advertising sales.
Posted on: 10/02/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal on Friday will debut a weekly section covering the global luxury real estate market.
Posted on: 08/27/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal has introduced WSJ WorldStream, a news platform for short-form videos shot with smartphones by journalists from the Journal and Dow Jones & Co.
Posted on: 07/18/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal has debuted the Wall Street Journal Dollar Index. The index, which targets traders and corporate treasurers, is designed to provide a more precise measure of the value of the U.S. dollar.
Posted on: 07/13/12
New York—News Corp.'s Dow Jones & Co. said it will acquire from SBI Holdings the 40% of the Wall Street Journal Japan K.K. it doesn't already own. The Wall Street Journal Japan is a joint venture that produces WSJ.com's Japanese-language website.
Posted on: 07/03/12
It has been an eventful 30 days for Dow Jones & Co. and its flagship newspaper, The Wall Street Journal.
Posted on: 06/27/12
Hong Kong—The Wall Street Journal Asia debuted an ad campaign in the Asia-Pacific region highlighting its coverage of arts, culture, fashion, lifestyles and technology.
Posted on: 06/21/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal Digital Network debuted a video website (live.wsj.com) that features videos from WSJ.com, MarketWatch.com, Barrons.com and SmartMoney.com. The site, which allows users to view and share video content, is available on 18 different platforms optimized for laptops,...
Posted on: 06/19/12
Last week, The Wall Street Journal launched a new online weekly politics show called “DC Bureau.” The video program is hosted by Washington Bureau Chief Jeff Seib.
Posted on: 06/15/12
New York—The Wall Street Journal today launched a new online weekly politics show called “DC Bureau.” The program is hosted by Jeff Seib, the newspaper's Washington, D.C., bureau chief.
Posted on: 05/29/12
Jakarta, Indonesia—The Wall Street Journal plans to launch a website and a mobile news reader dedicated to delivering information from Indonesia in the Bahasa language. Both products are scheduled to debut this summer.