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‘WSJ’ bringing color to page 1; adding new section

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New York--The Wall Street Journal will bring color to its front page starting April 9, marking the first time the newspaper's front page has sported a new design since World War II. The new front-page format also will include fewer typefaces, as part of an attempt to make it easier to navigate. Separately, the newspaper will debut a "Personal Journal" section, covering personal investing, travel, health and family issues. In May, The Economist, a WSJ competitor, brought color to its pages for the first time in its 158-year history.
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