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The Wall Street Journal

A major newspaper in the United States. While it covers all news, it is particularly well known for its coverage of financial markets, stocks, business and similar issues. Its editorial page is commonly considered to have a conservative viewpoint. It was founded in 1889 and was purchased by News Corp (which bought its parent company, Dow Jones) in 2007.
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The swine flu pandemic is creating unexpected problems for the nation's blood supply--shrinking the number of blood donors and raising questions about whether the flu can be spread through a transfusion, the Wall St.
An 11th grade reading level is what publications like the Wall St.
Sprint Forced Out Top Executives Over Questionable Tax Shelter, Wall St.
But senior Apple officials believe HP, the industry's largest ink-jet printer manufacturer, has moved ahead of Canon in ink-jet technology, according to a story in The Wall St.
Mary McGrory worried that the sentence demonstrated "there is no limit to what presidents can get away with in this country," but The Wall St.
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The non-Mets investors are said to be hedge-fund magnate Steven Cohen, who is bought a $20 million share and is considered to be one of two front-runners for the purchase of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and according to the Wall St.
lags behind other countries in creating a system to monitor threats of disease transmission and complications, the Wall St.
is trying a different approach to dispose of its surplus property in less time, holding a public auction to sell its 428,000-square-foot office, manufacturing and distribution complex in Puerto Rico, reports The Wall St.
14 on the 2015 list of the '50 Fastest' Women-Owned/Led Companies in the world, as reported in The Wall St.
Five soldiers at a military base in Texas are about to participate in a remarkable test to see if they can re-grow portions of fingers they lost in the war in Iraq, according to a Wall St.