Tagged: Wall Street Journal

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WSJ drops LinkedIn share button

The Wall Street Journal is no longer allowing its articles to be shared on LinkedIn, writes Lucia Moses of Digiday. Moses writes, “Apparently severing ties with LinkedIn isn’t an edict yet in News Corp,...

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WSJ plugs pay gap hole at Instapaper

The Wall Street Journal is no longer letting readers view its stories for free on Instapaper, writes Lucia Moses of Digiday. Moses writes, “The bookmarking tool lets you save stripped-down versions of articles in your browser...

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WSJ tech editor Krim is leaving paper

Wall Street Journal editor Gerard Baker sent out the following announcement: After six years at The Wall Street Journal, including more than two years leading our global technology coverage, Jonathan Krim will be leaving later this month to...

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WSJ testing closing its Google loophole

The Wall Street Journal is testing a close to the loophole that allows readers to view stories behind its paywall if they insert the headline into Google. Lucia Moses of Digiday writes, “A Journal spokesperson said...

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WSJ seeks municipal bonds reporter

The Wall Street Journal seeks an enterprising reporter to cover debt markets and bond trading, with special focus on municipal finance, for all platforms from real-time to print. The reporter will cover the intersection...

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Assessing business news site traffic

Lewis Dvorkin, the chief product officer at Forbes, writes about web traffic for news sites, including business news sites. Dvorkin writes, “Check out The Wall Street Journal. Paywall and all, traffic is finally growing...