Does Dow Jones own the Wall Street Journal?
|Products||The Wall Street Journal Barron's Dow Jones Newswires Dow Jones Financial Information Services DJX Factiva MarketWatch (See complete products listing.)|
|Revenue||$1.5 billion USD (2019)|
|Net income||$386.56 million USD (2009)|
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People also ask, does Dow Jones own WSJ?
Dow Jones & Company was acquired by News Corp. The company includes The Wall Street Journal, Barron's and Dow Jones Newswires. News Corp. is owned by newspaper mogul Rupert Murdoch who, in the purchase of Dow Jones, promised not to influence editorial content in The Wall Street Journal.
Furthermore, what companies are owned by Dow Jones? List of assets owned by Dow Jones
- Dow Jones Consumer Media Group: The Wall Street Journal. WSJ. Barron's. MarketWatch.com. Mansion Global.
- Dow Jones Enterprise Media Group: Dow Jones Newswires. Dow Jones Factiva. Dow Jones Insight. Dow Jones Companies & Executives.
- Defunct: Wall Street Journal Radio Network. Far Eastern Economic Review. SmartMoney. Heat Street.
Consequently, who owns the Wall Street Journal?
Who is the target audience for the Wall Street Journal?
The Wall Street Journal, which skews around 80% male in its subscriber base and 70% in its broader readership, targeted young women in its most recent advertising campaign, which featured a female protagonist with big ambitions and no time to lose.