The Wall Street Journal Logo – The Wall Street Journal is a daily American national who deals with economic and financial news, created in New York by Dow Jones and Company. It is the business daily the world’s best selling and its dissemination in the United States has now surpassed that of the mainstream daily USA Today since October 2009.
It is published Monday through Saturday. Its circulation in the United States is 1,698,990 copies. Its readership is 2,908,000 readers. Its name comes from Wall Street , the center of the financial district of New York. It was founded on July 8th 1889 by Charles Dow, Edward Jones and Charles Bergstresser. He has won 33 Pulitzer Prizes. The newspaper was bought by the group News Corporation of Rupert Murdoch for $ 5 billion in early August 2007.
There is a pan-European publishing and editing a pan-Asian Wall Street Journal. Unlike the national edition of The Wall Street Journal, international editions have adopted a compact format since September 2005. Dissemination of the Wall Street Journal Europe is 75,896 copies, the Wall Street Journal Asia of 85,822 copies a day Monday to Friday. In October 2011, a survey by the Guardian shows that the publication of figures are rigged WSJ Europe (about 41% of newspapers sold is not actually purchased) and that some articles are written to promote the activities of a client. The Executive Director of WSJ Europe, supposedly the source of these practices, resigns.