Thursday, November 5, 2009

Wall St. West

Aerial view of the Golden Gate and the central...Image via Wikipedia
The Wall Street Journal comes out today in San Francisco.

The West Coast edition will report on business, technology, economics, politics, sports, education and culture. It will appear in the "A" section of Thursday's Journal, and, initially, is being officially sponsored by NASDAQ OMX.

The Wall Street Journal, according to 2007 figures, has a worldwide circulation of more than two million and an online readership of more than 930,000.  The New York-based Dow Jones publication produces European and Asian editions. In August 2007, Dow Jones merged with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., a move that shareholders approved in December 2007.

Montgomery Street, in San Francisco's financial district, is known as the "Wall St. of the West," so the nation's largest daily newspaper should feel at home.  "TUOL" congratulates the Journal as it "Embarcaderos" on its new adventure.

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