Dow Jones & Company

Dow Jones & Company explains the world and the world of business. With authoritative journalism and smart technology, we provide a window on events, clarify issues, inspire new thinking and give readers and business customers the insight they need to make informed decisions.

Dow Jones & Company includes newspapers, newswires, websites, apps, newsletters, magazines, proprietary databases, conferences and more. Our premier brands include The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Factiva, Barron’s, MarketWatch, SmartMoney and All Things D. The Dow Jones Local Media Group publishes community newspapers, websites and other products in six U.S. states.

Dow Jones & Company has more than 5,000 employees around the world, including more than 2,000 journalists in 58 countries publishing differentiated and trusted content in 14 languages. The vision at Dow Jones has been consistent and defining for more than 100 years. Excellence, integrity and innovation are the qualities that started this company in 1882, which sustained in the 20th Century and which continue to guide its progress in the 21st as we pioneer new approaches to business and journalism in the digital age.

Dow Jones is a News Corporation company.

Dow Jones strives to be responsible as an employer, as a consumer of energy and resources and as a positive influence in the communities where we work and live.

Among the company’s recent achievements:

  • Installation of a 4.1 megawatt solar power system at Dow Jones’ South Brunswick, N.J., campus in 2011. At completion, the system was one of the largest corporate solar installations in the U.S.
  • Reduced Green House Gas emissions (carbon footprint) by 21% in fiscal 2011 compared to the baseline set in 2006.
  • Reduced hazardous waste to just 1% of the total industrial waste generated at its print centers.

Dow Jones has set goals to:

  • Reduce absolute carbon emissions 25% by fiscal 2015 when compared to the baseline set in 2006.
  • Begin development of a Supplier Code of Conduct for all major suppliers in 2012.
  • Reduce OSHA lost-time injury rate by a further 10% in 2012 compared to previous year.
  • Measure waste footprint and develop a strategy to minimize solid waste to landfill from print centers in 2012.

Dow Jones Products & Services

Print & Digital Media

The world’s most trusted business and financial news sources.

  • FINS: Finance, IT, Sales Jobs
  • Financial News
  • WSJ Radio
  • Virtual Stock Exchange
  • WSJ US Edition
  • WSJ Asia Edition
  • WSJ India
  • WSJ Chinese
  • WSJ Portuguese
  • WSJ Spanish
  • WSJ German
  • Local Media Publications

Financial News & Information

Fast news and insight for investment and trading professionals.

  • DJ FX Trader
  • DJ Economic Elementized News Feed
  • DJ Corporate Elementized News Feed
  • Dow Jones Commodities Service
  • Dow Jones Energy Service
  • Dow Jones Lexicon
  • Dow Jones News & Archives for Algorithmic Applications
  • Dow Jones News Analytics
  • Dow Jones Global Markets News
  • Dow Jones Global FX & Fixed Income News
  • Custom Research & Reports
  • Guide to Secondary Market Buyers
  • LBO Wire
  • LP Source
  • Private Equity Analyst
  • Private Equity Analyst-GloCap Compensation Study
  • Private Equity Funds-of-Funds: State of the Market
  • Private Equity News
  • Private Equity Partnership Terms
  • & Conditions Report
  • VentureWire
  • VentureSource
  • Daily Bankruptcy Review
  • DBR Small Cap
  • DBR High Yield
  • Dow Jones Banking Intelligence
  • Dow Jones Adviser
  • Dow Jones FX Select
  • Dow Jones Newswires
  • Dow Jones Calendar Live
  • Dow Jones Real-Time News
  • Dow Jones Global Equities News
  • Dow Jones Global News Select
  • Dow Jones Domestic News
  • Dow Jones Investor Intelligence
  • Dow Jones Investor News
  • Dow Jones Local Language Services
  • Dow Jones Multi-Asset eTrading
  • Dow Jones Top Political & Economic Stories
  • Dow Jones Video
  • Country & Region News In Local Languages
  • Dow Jones Widgets & Web Services
  • Dow Jones NewsPlus
  • Dow Jones Newswires
  • Tomorrow’s News Today

Risk & Compliance

Data solutions for risk management and corporate governance.

  • Dow Jones Anti-Corruption
  • Dow Jones Due Diligence
  • Dow Jones Jurisdiction Risk
  • Dow Jones Sanction Alert
  • Dow Jones Watchlist

Research & Intelligence

Find and share exclusive business information and research.

  • Factiva Companies & Executives
  • Factiva Reader
  • Factiva iWorks
  • Factiva Managed News Summaries
  • Factiva Select
  • Dow Jones Banking Intelligence

Corporate Communications & PR

News monitoring and media relations tools for a social world.

  • Dow Jones Insight
  • Dow Jones Media Monitor
  • Factiva Communicator Media Lab Services
  • Factiva First Look

Energy & Commodities

Capitalize on opportunities in the energy and commodities markets with accurate insight from Dow Jones.

  • AcciaioReport (Italian)
  • Agrar & Ernahrung (German)
  • Dow Jones Metal Source (German)
  • Dow Jones Metal Source (French)
  • Dow Jones Metal Source (Italian)
  • Dow Jones Monton Aktuell (German)
  • Dow Jones NE-Metale Aktuell (German)
  • Dow Jones NE-Metalle Monitor (German)
  • Dow Jones NE-Metalle Preismonitor (German)
  • Dow Jones Stahl Aktuell (German)
  • Dow Jones Stahl Monitor (German)
  • Einkaufer im Markt (German)
  • Energy Daily (German)
  • Energy Weekly (German)
  • Europa Aktuell (German)
  • Genussmittel & Getranke (German)
  • L’Observateur de l’Acier (French)
  • Trade News Emissions (German)
  • TradeNews Energy (German)


  • 2007

Dow Jones is acquired by News Corp., the world’s most global media company.

  • 2008 and beyond

After News Corp. acquires Dow Jones in December 2007, and the horizons expand again. Now part of a global media company which includes Fox, SKY, HarperCollins and newspapers from London to Sydney, Dow Jones reinvents the Journal for a new era of news. Now the Journal covers more political and general news along with its leading business coverage. Fresh investment delivers new game-changing business intelligence tools as well as new markets in Europe and Asia. At a time when other media companies are retrenching, Dow Jones is moving aggressively to build on the success of the past and to capture the opportunity of the future.

  • 2008

The Journal is reconceived as a more complete source of news with expanded coverage of national and international events as well as more opinion, culture and sports.

Audiences expand. In addition to growth in paid circulation at the Journal, there are new local language products from Newswires in Spanish, Dutch and Arabic.

WSJ., the Journal’s glossy lifestyle magazine debuts world-wide.

  • 2009

Ottaway Newspapers Inc. is renamed the Dow Jones Local Media Group.

The company moves its headquarters to midtown Manhattan where at 1211 Avenue of the Americas it joins its sister companies at News Corp. under one roof.

The Journal launches a Japanese-language website.

  • 2010

Dow Jones tightens its focus on its core news and information business with the contribution of its Indexes unit to a joint venture operated by CME Group.

The Journal expands its print and digital offerings with a regional section called Greater New York, an enhanced weekend publication called WSJ Weekend and new editions for users of tablet computers.

Dow Jones installs a 4.1 megawatt solar power system at its South Brunswick, N.J., campus. It is the largest solar power system at a U.S. corporate site when it begins operations.

  • 2011

The launch of DJ FX Trader marks a significant new presence for Dow Jones in the foreign-exchange market.

  • 2012

The Wall Street Journal launches a German-language edition at Dow Jones now publishes news in a dozen languages around the world.