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Researchers Boycott Elsevier Journal Publisher

More than 5,700 researchers are denouncing the pricing policies of the journal publisher Elsevier in a growing furor over open access to the fruits of scientific research. | The New York Times – 2012-02-14

Journal Register names publisher for Michigan

Journal Register Co. says Jerry Bammell has been named publisher of its Michigan group of newspapers, including dailies in Mount Clemens, Mount Pleasant, Pontiac and Royal Oak. | – 2012-02-03

Are investors choosing Journal Register over Philadelphia’s Inquirer, Daily News?

I was as puzzled as the next guy when I learned Sunday that the Philadelphia Media Network, publisher of the city’s two dailies, is on the auction block. This comes a mere 17 months since a group... | Poynter. – 2012-02-02

Wall Street Journal rapped over climate change stance

Leading scientists, including climate change experts, complain about opinion piece akin to 'dentists practising cardiology'The Wall Street Journal has received a dressing down from a large group of... | Guardian – 2012-02-02

Ladies’ Home Journal to Move to Reader-Produced Content Model

In a new twist on the user generated content model, Meredith’s Ladies’ Home Journal is turning over editorial reins to its readers. As of its March issue, almost every story featured in the... | Folio Magazine – 2012-01-10

Journal Inc. acquires Tennessee weeklies

Journal Inc., which publishes the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in Tupelo, has acquired a group of weekly community newspapers in the suburban Memphis, Tenn., area. | – 2011-11-26

Journal Sentinel investigation into Milwaukee cops prompted change before it was published

After a two-year investigation, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Sunday that 93 police officers have been disciplined for violating state… Read more | Poynter. – 2011-11-02

E-book charts published in Wall Street Journal

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Mon, 31/10/2011 - 08:20 The first official sales charts including e-book sales data have been published in the Wall Street Journal this weekend,... | The Bookseller – 2011-10-31

Wall St Journal Europe publisher quits over ethics

Oct 11 (Reuters) - The publisher of the Wall Street Journal's Europe edition, Andrew Langhoff, has resigned over ethical issues raised by the newspaper's relationship with a Dutch consultancy. | Reuters – 2011-10-12

Journal Communications subsidiary sells newspapers

(09-08) 06:18 PDT MILWAUKEE, (AP) -- A subsidiary of Journal Communications is selling its publications and websites in Florida to a South Carolina company. Journal Community Publishing Group, Inc.... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-09-08

Jim Brady new editor-in-chief for Journal Register

(08-15) 09:27 PDT PHILADELPHIA, (AP) -- Newspaper and digital media publisher the Journal Register Co. says Jim Brady has been named editor-in-chief of all of its newsgathering operations nationwide.... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-08-15

Alden Global Capital buys Journal Register Co.

(07-14) 15:06 PDT PHILADELPHIA, (AP) -- The Journal Register Co. said Thursday it has been acquired by the Alden Global Capital hedge fund, a deal made less than two years after the newspaper and... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-07-15

Former Wall St Journal owners: 'We wouldn't have sold if we had known'

Bancroft family members, who controlled Dow Jones & Company, say they would have resisted Murdoch bid in 2007A number of key members of the family that controlled the Wall Street Journal say they... | Guardian – 2011-07-14

Daytona Beach News-Journal Denies Encouraging Reporters to Sell Ads

E&P Exclusive: Anonymous employees confirm 'incentive program.' | Editor & Publisher – 2011-05-26

Wall Street Journal claims 200,000 tablet subscribers

The Wall Street Journal has added 200,000 paying subscribers via tablets such as the iPad and Kindle, according to Les Hinton, head of the newspaper's publisher, Dow Jones.He said some 150,000 people... | Guardian – 2011-03-11

The Wall Street Journal Wants To Pay You $200 To Hear What You Think Of Its iPad App

Do you use The Wall Street Journal's iPad app? Do you live in New York? Do you want to make an easy $200? Good news! | Yahoo – 2010-08-03

Wall Street Journal Appoints Deborah Needleman as Editor of WSJ. Magazine, New Lifestyle Section

NEW YORK -- The Wall Street Journal has named Deborah Needleman to a newly created role in which she will serve as editor in chief of WSJ., the Journal's glossy lifestyle magazine, and editor of a... | Yahoo – 2010-07-27

Reinventing National Journal With Buyouts and a Hiring Spree

National Journal is sifting through 700 résumés in an effort to shake up the newsroom and join Washington’s 24/7 conversation. | New York Times – 2010-07-26

Business Journal ousts publisher

Lon Matejczyk was fired Friday as publisher of the Colorado Springs Business Journal, a weekly publication that reports on the local business community. Matejczyk, who marked his seventh anniversary... | Yahoo – 2010-07-23

Journal Register Company announces partnership to help bloggers profit

YARDLEY, Pa. – Journal Register Company, a leading local news and information company which owns The Record, hopes to drive profits for its community bloggers through a new partnership with... | Yahoo – 2010-07-15

What it’s Like to Be The Wall Street Journal ’s Friend

The Wall Street Journal is getting a bit of press about its partnership with Foursquare . For the uninitiated, Foursquare is a location-based social media network, a cross between Twitter and a... | Yahoo – 2010-07-14

WSJ national security reporter Dreazen joins National Journal

Washington, D.C. (July 12, 2010) – The National Journal Group announced today that veteran national security reporter Yochi Dreazen will be joining National Journal as a senior correspondent... | Yahoo – 2010-07-12

Wall Street Journal Europe to Launch New Lifestyle Content; Tina Gaudoin to Become Contributing Editor for Style ...

LONDON -- The Wall Street Journal Europe is to launch expanded and enhanced Life & Style content in the autumn, leading with a new-look Weekend Journal, its Friday arts, culture and leisure section. | Yahoo – 2010-07-08

Meredith Cuts Rate Bases at Ladies Home Journal, Traditional Home

Two more magazines have cut back their guaranteed circulation in the face of a challenged and increasingly more expensive print market. Meredith Corp. | Folio Mag – 2010-07-01

CEO: Time to Change Name of Journal Register Co.?

CEO John Paton (left), who is 60 days into a very public campaign to remake the Journal Register Co. "from a collection of newspapers into a true multi-platform news and information media company,"... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-04-05

Les Hinton of 'The Wall Street Journal' Named E&P's Publisher of the Year

The selection of the Dow Jones & Co. CEO and WSJ publisher was an easy one, said E&P Editor Mark Fitzgerald. The Wall Street Journal is in one of the strongest positions of any newspaper in this... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-04-01

Georgetown University professors publish interfaith journal

DOHA: Professors of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar have brought out an academic interfaith journal in English and Arabic to combat religious intolerance. | The Peninsula – 2010-03-30

Ahead of Ownership Change, 'Daytona Beach News-Journal' Lays Off 48

With a change in owners of The Daytona Beach (Fla.) News-Journal set to take place Thursday, the newspaper cut its staff by 10%. Once valued at $300 million, the News-Journal is selling for $20... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-30

News-Journal: New owner to lay off 10 percent of staff

New publisher expected to take over this week The Daytona Beach News-Journal is reporting that its new owner, Halifax Media, will retain 90 percent of the News-Journal's workforce of 470. | Orlando Sentinel – 2010-03-29

Wall Street Journal Uses Arthur Sulzberger's Picture To Illustrate 'Girly Man' Feature

Well, on the front page of the Journal's Weekend section this morning is a feature on how women from healthier populations prefer feminine-looking men. The piece is illustrated with a grid showing... | The Huffington Post – 2010-03-27

Wall Street Journal Announces iPad Subscriptions

A lot of desperate media organizations seem to have a lot of eggs invested in the Apple basket. Add The Wall Street Journal to the list, which has announced the pricing for an iPad-only... | PC Magazine via Yahoo! News – 2010-03-25

Apple iPad edition of Wall Street Journal could cost $18 a month

According to one report, the Wall Street Journal could charge $17.99 a month for access to an Apple iPad-friendly edition of the business broadsheet. Some bloggers say the price tag – no matter how... | The Christian Science Monitor – 2010-03-25

Judge approves sale of Daytona Beach News-Journal

Despite being worth $300 million in 2006, a federal judge approved the sale of the Daytona Beach News-Journal for $20 million. | AP via Yahoo! News – 2010-03-24

Court Approves Value of 'Daytona Beach News-Journal,' Clears Way for Sale

It took only four years for the value of The Daytona Beach (Fla.) News-Journal to plunge some $280 million, according to a federal court ruling. U.S. District Judge John Antoon II found that $20... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-24

Wharton School's "Future Of Publishing" Conference Features Gordon Crovitz, Former Wall Street Journal Publisher and ...

PHILADELPHIA----The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is presenting The Future of Publishing: Technology, Publishing and Academia Build a Forum for Solutions, a one-day conference... | Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance – 2010-03-24

'Milwaukee Journal Sentinel' Reporter Raquel Rutledge Wins $25,000 Goldsmith Investigative Prize

Raquel Rutledge of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has won the $25,000 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting by the Joan Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy for her... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-23

Journal Register CEO John Paton: We're Hiring

On Monday, Paton marks his 50th day as CEO of Journal Register, a furious period of change for the company that in past years bled its 20 dailies. After a management restructuring, Paton says,... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-21

It's War! Kate Taylor Quits the Journal to Join the Times

Arts reporter Kate Taylor quit the Wall Street Journal today and is joining The New York Times. Ms. Taylor, a veteran of the Sun , joined The Wall Street Journal's New York section only six weeks... | The New York Observer – 2010-03-19

Flash-free iPad-ready site from Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal and National Public Radio have announced plans to create Flash-free versions of their websites for iPad users. | Network World – 2010-03-18

Journal Register Co. names senior publisher in MI

MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich.—The Journal Register Co. has named a senior publisher for its daily and weekly newspapers in Michigan. | The York Dispatch – 2010-03-17

NY Times fires back at Wall Street Journal

The New York Times fired back on Monday against plans by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. to compete against the respected daily with a New York edition of The Wall Street Journal. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2010-03-15

Journal Register Co. Names Higginson President and COO

Journal Register Co. Thursday promoted William Higginson to president and chief operating officer effective April 1. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-11

Journal Register names Higginson operating chief

Journal Register Co., a newspaper owner that emerged from bankruptcy protection in August, said Thursday it named William Higginson as president and chief operating officer effective April 1. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2010-03-11

'Flint Journal' Reinstates An Edition, But Won't Deliver It

The Flint Journal is bringing back a Tuesday print edition, less than a year after cutting back from seven days a week to three days a week. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-10

'Huerfano Journal' Buys Rival Weekly

Brian and Gretchen Orr, owners of the weekly Huerfano Journal in Walsenburg, Colo., have purchased the Huerfano County World from Dale Bean. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-09

Wharton School's Online Journal, Knowledge@Wharton, Launches Arabic Edition

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates & PHILADELPHIA----Knowledge@Wharton, the award-winning online research and business analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, today... | Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance – 2010-03-09

'Akron Beacon Journal' Employees Vote for Proposed Contract

Akron Beacon Journal employees represented by the Ohio Chapter of The Newspaper Guild have voted in favor of a proposed three-year contract. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-08

Newspaper publisher Journal Register names CFO

AP - Journal Register Co., publisher of the New Haven Register in Connecticut and other newspapers, said Thursday it named the former chief financial officer of medical services company Synarc Inc.... | AP – 2010-03-04

Journal Register Co. Names Jeff Bairstow as CFO

Journal Register Company named Jeff Bairstow, as its chief financial officer Thursday. Bairstow, 51, was previously CFO of Synarc Inc. and president of its global imaging division. Synarc is a... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-04

Wall Street Journal's New York Section To Launch In April

What's Your Reaction? NEW YORK — News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch said Tuesday that The Wall Street Journal will launch its New York metro section in April. | The Huffington Post – 2010-03-02

Murdoch Confirms 'Wall Street Journal' Getting NYC Edition

News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch (left) confirmed the worst-kept secret in the newspaper industry Tuesday afternoon: The Wall Street Journal is launching a New York Edition next month. The section... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-02

Springer to publish the European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics

( Springer ) Starting in 2010, Springer will publish the European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics. All aspects of drug delivery and bioavailability are covered in the journal, which... | EurekAlert! – 2010-03-02

Steve Jobs' Wall Street Journal Visit Reportedly Included Arguments Against Flash

Building on comments reportedly made by Apple CEO Steve Jobs at a town hall meeting for company employees last month, Valleywag claims that Jobs focused a significant amount of effort during his... | The Huffington Post – 2010-02-18

Tribune Co. D.C. Deputy Named 'Wall St. Journal' National Politics Editor

Aaron Zitner, who is now deputy bureau chief of the Washington bureau for Tribune Co.'s newspapers and broadcast outlets, is joining The Wall Street Journal as national politics editor effective... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-07

Advertising Revenue Turns Positive at 'The Wall Street Journal' in Q2

News Corp. announced Tuesday afternoon that operating results at Dow Jones increased due to strength at The Wall Street Journal during the company's fiscal second quarter ending Dec. 31, 2009. Print... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-02

Journal Sentinel publisher cuts 31 employees

Associated Press - April 6, 2009 6:25 PM ET MILWAUKEE (AP) - The publisher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has eliminated 26 full-time and five part-time employees from its business... | WBAY Green Bay – 2009-04-06

Wall Street Journal, AP take aim at Google

Editor of the Journal says sites that aggregate news are "parasites" and says legal challenges are coming. | CNET – 2009-04-06

'Pensacola News Journal' Outsources to 'Mobile Press-Register'

CHICAGO Gannett Co.'s Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal said Friday it is closing its downtown production operations and outsourcing the work to the Press-Register, the Advance Newspapers-owned daily in... | Editor & Publisher – 2009-04-03

Departing WSJ Writer: 'All That Is "Urgent" Has Doubtless Stifled the Boundless Creativity of the Journal Staff' [Memos]

Wall Street Journal feature writer Joshua Prager was known to work painstakingly slow. But the pieces he produced for the front page were always memorable, such as his investigation into the... | Gawker – 2009-04-03

Creditors Seek Power to Investigate Journal Register Co.

NEW YORK A group of creditors asked a bankruptcy judge Wednesday for subpoena power to investigate the Journal Register Co. and one of the newspaper publisher's biggest lenders, JPMorgan Chase Bank. | Editor & Publisher – 2009-04-02

Journal Communications announces 6 percent pay cut

The publisher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is imposing a 6 percent pay cut on executives and managers and giving them 10 more personal days in return. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-04-02

Journal employees taking 6% wage cut

In the latest move to cut costs in the face of persistent âeconomic challenges,â Journal Communications Inc. announced a companywide 6 percent wage reduction. (JRN) | BizJournals – 2009-04-02

'Milwaukee Journal Sentinel' Parent Orders Pay Cut

Many non-union employees at Journal Communications properties, including its flagship daily Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, are getting a 6% pay cut for the rest of the year, the company said Thursday. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-04-02

Detroit Journal: Detroit’s Daily Papers Are Now Not So Daily

The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News have cut back on home delivery and will offer condensed print editions at stores, newsstands and street boxes. | New York Times – 2009-03-31

'Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal' Cuts 23 Jobs

The Media General paper cut 13 jobs Monday and announced another 10 open positions would not be filled as part of "a continuing effort to reduce costs in a weak and unstable economy," according to a... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-31

Wall Street Journal Is Told to Feed Newswires

Reporters will be required to supply a corporate sibling, Dow Jones Newswires, more often, and with faster, clearer versions of their articles. | New York Times – 2009-03-23

Journal Register Co. Can Pay Part of its Newsprint Bill, Judge Says

A bankruptcy court judge says newspaper publisher Journal Register Co. can pay part of a $2.7 million newsprint bill that will allow it to keep printing. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-17

Singapore sues another Wall Street Journal editor: report

The Singapore government is taking legal action against another editor at The Wall Street Journal over articles allegedly casting doubt on the judiciary's integrity, a report said Friday. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2009-03-13

Journal of Computing in Higher Education to be published by Springer

( Springer ) Springer will publish the "Journal of Computing in Higher Education: Research and Integration of Instructional Technology" starting April 2009. Founded in 1989 by the New England... | EurekAlert! – 2009-03-11

Journal with a Good Angle on the NYT Deal

The Journal ’s Heard on the Street column has a valuable look at The New York Times Company’s financial straits today. The NYT signed a sale-leaseback deal on its new headquarters building. | Columbia Journalism Review – 2009-03-10

Marietta Daily Journal president leaving

Terry Smith, the president and chief operating officer of the Marietta Daily Journal and Neighborhood Newspaper group, is leaving the company after 27 years. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-03-10

The Journal Outside the Bubble

The Wall Street Journal has an excellent page-one story this morning exposing Merrill Lynch’s top earners of 2008. It’s another in a string of hits by reporter Susanne Craig, who’s been... | Columbia Journalism Review – 2009-03-04

State Attorney General Files Objection to Journal Register Execs' Bonuses

The Connecticut attorney general's office has filed an objection in Journal Register Co.'s case in bankruptcy court. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-04

Conn. AG office objects Journal Register bonuses

PHILADELPHIA » The Connecticut attorney general's office objected Wednesday to a plan by Journal Register Co. to pay its top executives up to $1. | The Salt Lake Tribune – 2009-03-04

Wall Street Journal expands sports coverage

The Wall Street Journal is expanding its sports coverage to six days a week, part of the newspaper's attempt to reach readers interested in more than its traditional business and financial news. | Reuters via Yahoo! News – 2009-03-02

'Reno Gazette-Journal' Appeals Judge's Ruling On Governor's E-mails

The Reno Gazette-Journal is appealing a judge's decision to deny public access to nearly 100 e-mails sent by Gov. Jim Gibbons from his state account. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-02

'Des Moines Register' to Print 'Wall Street Journal'

The Wall Street Journal will close its printing plant in West Des Moines in mid-April, when Dow Jones & Co. will pay The Des Moines Register to print copies for distribution in four states. The... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-25

About 100 Providence Journal workers to lose jobs

The owner of the Providence Journal will lay off about 100 workers at Rhode Island's largest newspaper in an effort to deal with declining advertising revenue. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-25

Providence Journal to slash 100 jobs

Rhode Island's largest daily newspaper - the Providence Journal - will cut 100 jobs, including 18 newsroom and 34 advertising positions, the Newspaper Guild announced... | Boston Herald – 2009-02-25

Journal Register Files For Bankruptcy Protection

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Another U.S. newspaper company is in serious financial trouble. The Journal Register Co. filed Saturday for bankruptcy protection from its creditors and said slumping advertising... | Fulton County News – 2009-02-25

Newspaper Guild: Journal to cut 100 jobs

PROVIDENCE – Some 100 jobs will eliminated at the Providence Journal Co., including 18 news and 34 advertising positions, the president of the Providence Journal Unit of the Providence Newspaper... | Providence Business News – 2009-02-24

More Layoffs: 'Providence Journal' to Slash 100

'Projo' not working? | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-24

'Wall Street Journal' Hits Back at 'N.Y. Times' On Circ Strategy

CHICAGO The Wall Street Journal took issue late Monday with a New York Times article that it said "wrongly reported" its circulation growth increasingly has depended on heavy discounting since... | Editor & Publisher – 2009-02-24

Business Journal co-founder Russell dies at 69

Businessman and Kansas City Business Journal co-founder Michael Russell died Sunday in Overland Park. | BizJournals – 2009-02-24

Journal Register Shut-Down Bonuses? Not on His Watch

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal told the alternative New Haven Independent Monday that he intends to intervene in the Journal Register Co.'s bankruptcy case to block bonuses for key... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-23

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution announces changes

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has announced plans to merge sections of the newspaper. In an open letter in Sunday's editions, Publisher Doug Franklin thanked readers for their support during the... | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-23

Biggest Creditor in Journal Register Bankruptcy Won $4 Million Suit

The biggest unsecured creditor in Journal Register Co.'s bankruptcy is a former telemarketing manager who was awarded $4 million in a lawsuit contending she was fired by the New Haven (Conn.)... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-23

Journal Register Seeks Bankruptcy

The company, which publishes 179 newspapers, proposed canceling its stock and becoming a concern controlled by its lenders. | New York Times – 2009-02-23

Journal Register Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

The Journal Register Co. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Saturday. According to the filing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, the company reported debt of nearly... | Forbes – 2009-02-23

Michael Nelson: Journal Star gets new look

If the Journal Star seems somehow different, you’re right. Beginning today the page has been narrowed and the body type changed. Some sections are changing too. | Lincoln Journal Star – 2009-02-20

Journal Sentinel freezes wages, may furlough employees

With the economy continuing to worsen and conditions eroding in the daily newspaper industry, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is freezing employee wages and may institute a one-week unpaid employee... | The Business Journal of Milwaukee – 2009-02-18

Wall Street Journal Europe Revokes Sponsorship of Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships

NEW YORK, Feb. 17, 2009 -- The Wall Street Journal Europe has revoked its sponsorship of the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships due to the decision of the United Arab Emirates to deny a visa to... | GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-17

'Milwaukee Journal Sentinel' Parent Swings to Q4 Loss on Big Goodwill Write-down

CHICAGO Journal Communications Inc. Thursday said it swung to a $223 million loss in the fourth quarter of 2008 after taking non-cash after-tax goodwill and impairment charges totaling $228.7... | Editor & Publisher – 2009-02-13

Journal Communications reports 4th-quarter loss on impairment charge

Newspaper publisher Journal Communications Inc. reported a fourth-quarter loss Thursday as revenue declined and the company recorded a large | Canadian Business – 2009-02-12

Journal welcomes new publisher

John Beaudoin is publisher of the Lee's Summit Journal. John Beaudoin may owe his career to a high school girl’s swim meet. The story goes that Beaudoin was nearing the end of his sophomore year in... | Lee's Summit Journal – 2009-02-12

Charges drop Journal to $223M loss

With revenue continuing to decline across all of its media businesses, Journal Communications Inc., the publisher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, reported a large write-down on the value of its... | BizJournals – 2009-02-12

'Wall Street Journal' Librarian Laments Shutdown

Assistant Librarian Leslie A. Norman, who is losing her job when the paper's library closes, wrote in the memo posted on a librarian list serve that digital search products cannot replace the... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-11

Journal Communications cuts dividend to save cash

Journal Communications Inc., publisher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and other papers, said Tuesday it lowered its quarterly dividend to 2 cents per share from 8 cents in an effort to preserve... | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-11

India allows Wall Street Journal to publish facsimile edition

New Delhi, Feb 11 : The government Wednesday gave approval to two foreign newspapers, the Wall Street Journal and the Wall Street Journal Asia, to publish their facsimile editions from India. | New Kerala – 2009-02-11

Eight Journal Register Weeklies in New York to Close

NEW YORK The Journal Register Co. is closing eight New York weeklies this week. | Editor & Publisher – 2009-02-11

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