Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal: The Wall Street Journal is an American, English language newspaper with a special focus on economics, business and investment related news. It is published by Dow Jones and Company, a branch of News Corp. Printed continuously since its inception on July 8, 1889. The Wall Street Journal is now the largest paper, by circulation, in the USA.

The paper derives its name from Wall Street, the heart of the financial district, situated in New York City. Regarded as one of the most influential newspapers in the US and the world, it is regularly ranked as the top dog among the worlds most powerful and influential media houses.

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The newspaper version has won thirty-four Pulitzers and has also extensively reported not only on the current economical and business issues, but also on issues regarding to geo political events and environmental studies. The late journalist Daniel Pearl, who was killed in Pakistan in 2002, was associated with the journal.

Edited and Updated 08th March 2014

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