WHERE THE COLD WAR NEVER ENDS
- 'Journal' sports a new look. Crain, R. // Advertising Age;2/24/92, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p28
Opionion. Suggests that `The Wall Street Journal' is gearing up to start a daily sports section. There have been indications of a sports section, although there has been no announcement of plans for regular sports coverage. New perspective in sports reporting; State just the facts, not a blow...
- New-look Wall St. Journal hopes to hook younger set. // Crain's New York Business;3/25/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p35
Reports the changes in the design of Wall Street Journal in New York City. Expectations for trademark portraits to remain in black and white; Topics covered in the front page of the journal; Efforts to accommodate the needs of advertisers.
- A newspaper that means business. Whitman, S. // Cobblestone;Apr90, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p28
Describes the origins and growth of the newspaper `The Wall Street Journal' which has reported on New York City's financial district for over a century. Founding of Dow Jones & Company in 1882; Publishing the Dow Jones Average and tracing financial trends; Journalists who have written for the...
- Criticism of conservative position. // Commonweal;6/19/87, Vol. 114 Issue 12, p37l
Editorial. While claiming to be against the use of unchecked government power, many congressional conservatives are acting as apologists for Reagan administration's Iran-contra scandal. Comments on the editorial position of the Wall Street Journal.
- WSJ expands on two fronts. // Editor & Publisher;11/28/98, Vol. 131 Issue 48, p31
Reports on the expansion of `The Wall Street Journal' newspapers inside and outside the United States. Regional edition for the Pacific Northwest; Special edition in `Mural' newspaper.
- Journal adds California feature. // Editor & Publisher;10/05/96, Vol. 129 Issue 40, p40
Reports that the `Wall Street Journal' will launch a new feature, `California Journal.' `California Journal's focus on regional business, financial and economic issues.
- WORDS OF ONE SYLLABLE DEPT. // New Yorker;11/16/1981, Vol. 57 Issue 39, p185
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- Newsroom layoffs. // Quill;Jan95, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p9
Reports that members of the `Wall Street Journal' newspaper's news staff would be laid off as part of a cost-cutting move. Total newsroom staff.
- Heavy hits. // Quill;Jun96, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p13
Reports on the tripling of the number of expected registrations for the `Wall Street Journal' Interactive Edition during its first week of availability. Demand for `The Journal's expanded news effort.