Dow Jones is a global news and business information provider that delivers content to consumers and organizations via newspapers, websites, apps, video, newsletters, magazines, proprietary databases, conferences and radio. The Company's premier brands include Barron’s, MarketWatch, Factiva, Dow Jones Risk & Compliance, Dow Jones VentureSource and DJX. Dow Jones serves its users through its paid online news site via web, mobile devices and Internet-connected televisions.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
News Corp
HQ
New York, US
Founded
1882
Dow Jones was founded in 1882 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Key People/Management at Dow Jones

John O'Donovan

John O'Donovan

CTO
Anna Sedgley

Anna Sedgley

EVP & CFO
Wing Fok

Wing Fok

Integrated Marketing Manager
Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright

Managing Director Asia Pacific and Group Publisher

Dow Jones Office Locations

Dow Jones has offices in Chicago, Boston, New York, Minneapolis and in 9 other locations
New York, US (HQ)
1211 Avenue of the Americas
Boston, US
53 State St., Suite 1201
Chicago, US
One S. Wacker Drive 22nd Floor
Minneapolis, US
123 North 3rd St. Suite 300
New York, US
1155 Avenue of the Americas 7th floor
Beijing, CN
3F, Raffles City Beijing Office Tower No. 1, Dongzhimen South Street Dongcheng District
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Founding Date

1882
Dow Jones is a subsidiary of News Corp
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Dow Jones News and Updates

Ad-blocking browser Brave signs up Dow Jones as a partner

It looks like at least one major news publisher is on-board with Brave, the ad-blocking web browser founded by former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich. Brave Software and Dow Jones Media Group announced today they will be partnering in a deal that will bring Dow Jones content (specifically, full access to B…

Dow Jones soars more than 500 points as trade-war fears subside

Stocks regained some of last week's heavy losses on Monday, with the Dow Jones industrial average up more than 500 points. The tech-heavy Nasdaq was a mixed bag, with Microsoft gaining more than 5%, but Facebook officially entering a bear market amid the ongoing Cambridge Analytica data scandal Yo…

Dow Jones soars more than 400 points as trade war fears subside

Stocks regained some of last week's heavy losses on Monday, with the Dow Jones industrial average up more than 400 points.  You can track the Dow in real-time here>> The Dow Jones industrial average opened up 407 points or 1.7% Monday morning, erasing some of Friday's heavy losses induced …

Stocks keep dropping as fears of a trade war sink the Dow Jones even lower this week

Wall Street is not having a good week. Stoked by fears of a global trade war and a selloff of tech stocks driven by Facebook’s data scandal, stocks tumbled again on Friday, with the Dow Jones finishing out its worst week in two years. Tariffs announced by President Trump have sparked a retaliatory r…

Trump steepens steel and aluminium tariffs causing Dow Jones to slide

President Trump announced this evening that he would steepen tariffs imposed on steel and aluminium imports. The move, which will hit countries such as Canada, Russia and China, is designed to prevent “unfair trade” according to Trump. "We need great steel makers, great aluminium makers for de…
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