Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal publishes daily business and financial newspapers. It covers such topics as life, travel, wine, sports, shopping, residential real estate, and the arts. The Company also offers special reports on various topics, such as technology, personal finance and executive compensation, e-commerce, and health and medicine, as well as demographically targeted sections devoted to subjects of retirement and small business.

Employee Rating

3.2
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyDow Jones
HQNew York, US
Founded1889
Websitewsj.com
Wall Street Journal was founded in 1889 and is headquartered in New York, US

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Key People/Management at Wall Street Journal

Rick Brooks

Rick Brooks

Senior Editor
Rajiv Pant

Rajiv Pant

CTO, Chief Product Officer
Aaron Lucchetti

Aaron Lucchetti

Senior Publishing Editor
Jason Anders

Jason Anders

Chief News Editor
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Wall Street Journal Office Locations

Wall Street Journal has offices in New York and South Brunswick Township
New York, US (HQ)
1211 Avenue of the Americas
South Brunswick Township, US
4300 US-1, Monmouth Junction
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Wall Street Journal Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1889
Wall Street Journal is a subsidiary of Dow Jones

Wall Street Journal Operating Metrics

FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Average Digital Issue Sales (Global)

1.28 m1.60 m

Average Print Issue Sales (Global)

1.24 m1.04 m

Average Print Subscriptions (Global)

1.09 m1.01 m885 k

Monthly Visitors

95 m91 m
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Wall Street Journal Online and Social Media Presence

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Wall Street Journal News and Updates

Amazon postpones 'Prime Day' promotion till fall: Wall Street Journal

Amazon.com Inc. is rescheduling its annual Prime Day for September, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The two-day Prime Day sales event is typically held in July, but surging demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic and strains on the e-commerce giant's warehouses have led to the postponem…

PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - May 20

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PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - April 20

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The Wall Street Journal Board Has Had Enough Of Trump’s Coronavirus Briefings

The pressers were "boring" and Trump's outbursts "notably off-key," the conservative newspaper's board wrote.

PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - April 9

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PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - April 1

The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
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Wall Street Journal Blogs

Real Time Economics: Packing the Fed, Pushing for a Trade Deal and Preparing for Jobs Day

This is the web version of the WSJ’s newsletter on the economy. You can sign up for daily delivery here. It’s jobs day! The March employment report is out at 8:30 a.m. ET; Greg Ip and I will follow up with a special edition of our newsletter in time for your lunch-time reading. Good morning. Jeff Sp…

Series Finale (Crossword Contest, April 5)

Download PDF. Please do not post spoilers until after the submission deadline.

House Moves Again to Rebuke U.S. Ties to Saudi Arabia

House of Representatives Moves Again to Rebuke U.S. Ties to Saudi Arabia

Monopolistic Power Is Growing Around the World, IMF Says

Despite declining competition, the IMF cautions against drastic action designed to curb or break up big companies.

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Goldman Code Sharing, Bracing for Profit Hits, Historic Gardens

Investors brace for a hit to profits as costs rise for companies; Goldman’s trading floor is going open-source, and a guide to historic and art-filled gardens to visit.

‘Elite Resiliency’ Bolstered Southern Aristocracy After Civil War

Southern slave-owning families’ economic losses following the Civil War were short-lived, according to new research, as the descendants of rich planters quickly found new sources of money to regain their place atop the social ladder.
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Wall Street Journal Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Wall Street Journal founded?

    Wall Street Journal was founded in 1889.

  • Who are Wall Street Journal key executives?

    Wall Street Journal's key executives are Rick Brooks, Rajiv Pant and Aaron Lucchetti.

  • Who are Wall Street Journal competitors?

    Competitors of Wall Street Journal include Forbes, New York Times and Washington Post.

  • Where is Wall Street Journal headquarters?

    Wall Street Journal headquarters is located at 1211 Avenue of the Americas, New York.

  • Where are Wall Street Journal offices?

    Wall Street Journal has offices in New York and South Brunswick Township.

  • How many offices does Wall Street Journal have?

    Wall Street Journal has 2 offices.