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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 tool also gives users access to a curated list of news and analysis by The Wall Street Journal. It will be available as an additional offering to WSJ Pro and Wall Street Journal members.
with the thrilling explosion of our first hydrogen bomb, so that the whole world will look up to our socialist, nuclear-armed republic and the great Workers' Party of Korea!" part of the text written by the dictator read, according to the Wall Street Journal.
It said that decisive progress in those areas will help strengthen competitiveness and resilience of the economy and transform Pakistan into a dynamic emerging-market economy, Wall Street Journal further said.
13 July 2012 a[euro]" US business news giant Dow Jones & Company Inc, owner of The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), said today it is buying the 40% it does not already own in the joint venture that publishes the Japanese-language edition of WSJ.com.
officials told the Wall Street Journal late Friday.
Summary: News Corp is considering bidding for Turkish group Calik Holding's media assets ATV and Sabah, Wall Street Journal reported citing sources familiar with the matter.
The Natural Products Association (NPA), Washington, D.C., responded to a recent article in the Wall Street journal about the benefits of vitamins, calling the reporting "responsible" and "inaccurate." John Gay, executive director and CEO, NPA, said: "It is disappointing that the Wall Street Journal would devote space to such a sensationalist and inaccurate item.
Wall Street Journal has recognised Quadlogic Controls Corp.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates approved a freeze on weapon shipments to the Lebanese army following the collapse of Caretaker Premier Saad Hariri's government in January, said The Wall Street Journal on Monday.
The Wall Street Journal Professional Edition is being released to consumers.
A federal court in Manhattan last year secretly or dered that $2 billion in Iranian assets be frozen, The Wall Street Journal has reported.

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