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WSJ Magazine Growing in Size, Ad Pages
Actress Rachel Weisz covers the September 2011 issue of WSJ magazine. (August 22, 2011)

Wall Street Journal Launches SafeHouse, WikiLeaks Rival
The Wall Street Journal has launched a WikiLeaks rival called SafeHouse. (May 6, 2011)

No Free Lunch at Online Wall Street Journal
Not only is Rupert Murdoch not going to give the WSJ. (January 25, 2008)

Wall Street Journal and New York Post Newspapers Launching Magazines
Rupert Murdoch wants to add a couple magazines to his sprawling media empire. (September 19, 2007)

Wall Street Journal Online to Launch Media & Marketing Edition
Dow Jones & Company's Consumer Electronic Publishing unit, publisher of The Wall Street Journal Online, announced that it will launch the Media & Marketing Edition of the Online Journal targeted to professionals in advertising, marketing, public relations, media and entertainment. (April 18, 2003)

Wall Street Journal Launches Online Health Edition
The Wall Street Journal Online has introduced its online Health Industry Edition, covering the business of health for health industry professionals. (July 19, 2002)

Changes Coming to The Wall Street Journal
Dow Jones & Company announced that changes are coming to The Wall Street Journal, including a new section called ``Personal Journal'', improved navigation and enhanced design. (December 7, 2001)

Wall Street Journal Launches CollegeJournal.com
The Wall Street Journal has announced the launch of CollegeJournal. (October 4, 2001)

The Wall Street Journal Launches RealEstateJournal.com
Following on the launches of CareerJournal. (September 5, 2001)

The Wall Street Journal to Serialize Novel
The Wall Street Journal will serialize a new novel, Amanda. (May 25, 2001)

Wall Street Journal, New York Times Increase Prices
The Wall Street Journal recently announced that it is increasing its suggested cover price to one dollar per copy effective April 2, 2001. (March 2, 2001)

New York Times and Wall Street Journal to Digitize Archives
Bell & Howell, an information solutions and services provider, has announced agreements with The New York Times Company and Dow Jones & Company to provide digital archive services. (January 11, 2001)

WSJ.com Passes Half Million Subscriber Milestone
Dow Jones & Company has announced that The Wall Street Journal Online passed the 500,000-subscriber milestone as of September 30, 2000. (October 10, 2000)

Wall Street Journal Launches Opinion Website
The Wall Street Journal has launched a new free website, OpinionJournal. (July 28, 2000)

Wall Street Journal and Simon & Schuster Announce Book Imprint
The Wall Street Journal and Simon & Schuster have announced the creation of Wall Street Journal Books, a new imprint to launch in 2000. (December 6, 1999)

Dow Jones Selects Unisys for The Wall Street Journal
Unisys Corporation has announced a multimillion-dollar agreement with Dow Jones & Company, publishers of The Wall Street Journal, as part of a comprehensive business re-design initiative for the editorial and pagination processes of the newspaper. (October 11, 1999)

The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition and Lightbulb Press Offer Online Versions of Financial Guides
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition and Lightbulb Press, a publisher of financial guide books, have announced they have joined to create online versions of The Wall Street Journal Guides, which have sold millions of copies worldwide. (April 1, 1999)

Wall Street Journal's Weekend Journal Adds Online Book Sales to Bestseller List
The Wall Street Journal's Weekend Journal will add sales from online book sellers Amazon. (March 25, 1999)

The Wall Street Journal Increases Frequency and Circulation of Breakaway
The Wall Street Journal announced that in 1999 it will publish six issues of Breakaway, a special publication for small-business owners and entrepreneurs, up from four issues this year. (December 8, 1998)

The Wall Street Journal Americas Premiers in Guadalajara's New Mural Newspaper
Dow Jones & Company announced that The Wall Street Journal Americas began publication in Mural, a new newspaper in Guadalajara, Mexico. (November 23, 1998)