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‘Wall Street Journal’ to give ‘Heard on the Street’ greater Web presence

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New York—The Wall Street Journal announced Monday that it is partnering with Dow Jones Newswires to revamp its “Heard on the Street” column and give it a stronger Web presence.

The column will have a dedicated page on WSJ.com, accessible only to subscribers, and will feature exclusive Web-only content that will be updated during the day.

Additionally, users of Dow Jones Newswires will receive “intraday commentary and analysis from ‘Heard on the Street’ reporters before the updates appear on WSJ.com,” according to a press release.

—Sean Callahan

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