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Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

A financial publishing company based in New York. It publishes a large number of products, both in print and online. It is particularly well known for publishing The Wall Street Journal and Barron's Magazine. Additionally, it publishes thousands of indices on securities; the three best known are the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the Dow Jones Utility Average, and the Down Jones Transportation Average. It was established in 1882 and is a subsidiary of News Corporation.

Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

A major publisher of financial data and business news. Although best-known as the publisher of The Wall Street Journal and compiler of the Dow Jones Averages, Dow Jones also publishes a magazine, produces a radio show and a television show, and provides an electronic news service to the financial community.
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"Our solution will help advisers and wealth managers strengthen relationships with their clients by encouraging more relevant client contact more often," said Paul Ingrassia, president of Dow Jones Newswires.
The bottom three performing Dow Jones Islamic Market Industry Indexes were telecommunications (up 0.04 per cent), utilities (down 0.04 per cent) and financials 0.89 per cent, said S&P Dow Jones Indices data.
"Additionally, the Dow Jones Saudi Titans 30 Index offers investors a unique view of the largest and most liquid stocks trading on the Saudi Stock Exchange," added Petronella.
Other Dow Jones information services include "Dow Jones Sanctions Alert," a service that provides sanctions data to financial institutions with a focus on ie transfer screening, "Daily Bankruptcy Review," "Private Equity Analyst" and "LBO Wire."
Christine Brendle, publisher of The Wall Street Journal Asia and managing director/Asia of Dow Jones Consumer Media Group, said the circulation gain "is an early return on a series of investments in content and distribution that directly benefit our subscribers, and of innovative marketing programs to achieve higher-quality circulation in key markets."
unveiled its bid in early May to take over Dow Jones and finally reached agreement with the company at the end of August after lengthy negotiations.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has snapped up Wall Street Journal publisher Dow Jones after agreeing a pounds 2.76 billion deal.
By Frank Ahrens WASHINGTON--The Dow Jones board of directors met Tuesday to formally consider an agreement accepting Rupert Murdoch's unsolicited $5 billion bid for the company, a purchase that would give him control of the Wall Street Journal.
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Dow Jones & Company has announced a restructuring of its Enterprise Media Group designed to improve its business in the financial, corporate and media, and government markets.
Dow Jones Indexes, Wilshire Associates and Wells Real Estate Funds announced the launch of Wells' newest mutual fund, the first licensed to track the Dow Jones Wilshire Global Real Estate Securities Index.