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Dow Jones & Co.
New York, US
Wall Street Journal is headquartered in New York, US

Key People/Management at Wall Street Journal

Alex Ismail

Alex Ismail

Paul Beckett

Paul Beckett

Editor in Chief, Asia
Julia Angwin

Julia Angwin

Editor, Digits
Filippo Passerini

Filippo Passerini

Member, CIO Council
Kara Swisher

Kara Swisher

Technology Columnist
Thorold Barker

Thorold Barker

Editor in Chief, Europe
Gerard Baker

Gerard Baker

Managing Editor

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Wall Street Journal has an office in New York
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1211 Avenue of the Americas

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Apr, 2017

Monthly Unique Users

32.1 m

Digital Page Views

123.5 m
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Ex-Treasury Secretary Lew to join Lindsay Goldberg: Wall Street Journal

Former Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew is joining Lindsay Goldberg LLC, the Wall Street Journal reported. Lew will be a partner at Lindsay Goldberg and plans to play an active role in helping run the middle market firm, the story said. Lew ran the Treasury department during President Barack Obama’s sec…

Blackstone to sell Xinrong Best Medical: Wall Street Journal

Blackstone Group is planning to sell its stake in Xinrong Best Medical Instrument Co Ltd, a Chinese maker of medical devices, the Wall Street Journal said. Blackstone has hired Morgan Stanley to run a process that is expected to launch in early 2018, the story said. Xinrong could fetch $400 million,…

Wall Street Journal Launches Online Travel Site Powered by Upside

Upside is trying to reach a more high-yielding audience of business travelers through its partnership with The Wall Street Journal. Whether the Upside experience ends up resonating with its users over the long term is another story. -Andrew Sheivachman

Angelo Gordon seeks buyer for ClearBalance: Wall Street Journal

ClearBalance is nearing the end of sales process, the Wall Street Journal reported. Angelo Gordon's private-equity group acquired ClearBalance in late 2012. Raymond James is advising on the sale of ClearBalance, which provides loans to help consumers pay for healthcare, the WSJ said. ClearBalance pr…

Summit Behavioral is up for sale: Wall Street Journal

Summit Behavioral Healthcare LLC, a portfolio company of Flexpoint Ford, is up for sale, the Wall Street Journal reported. Moelis & Co is advising. The auction is in the early stages, the WSJ said. Summit’s EBITDA is around $24 million, the story said. Summit, of Franklin, Tennessee, provides ad…

PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - June 22

June 22 (Reuters) - 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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