Texas paper to use AP content to replace WSJ Sunday
A story on its website states, “These three pages — loaded with information on how to manage your finances — replace the Wall Street Journal Sunday pages, which were discontinued by the Wall Street Journal.
“The first two pages — E3 and E4 — are produced by The Associated Press and are full of information in easy-to-read formats. The third page — E5 — features stories from national business information brands. Today you’ll find stories from Inc., Kiplinger, Fast Co. and a Kids and Money column about how it’s getting easier to fill out the daunting FAFSA form needed for help with college tuition.
“We hope you like this new mix of information from the AP and other well-known and respected national sources.”
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