New York—Beginning Wednesday, Dow Jones & Co.’s The Wall Street Journal will provide editorial content to the weekday editions of The Washington Post. Under the agreement, Post editors may select up to five Journal articles a day on international business for publication in the business section of the paper. The articles will carry bylines and Wall Street Journal staff reporter credit lines. "The Journal articles are part of a redesigned and expanded Post business section being launched on June 1," Bo Jones, the Post’s publisher, said in a statement. The Journal and the Post have had an editorial relationship since April 2003, when the Asian and European editions of the Journal began publishing selected news and opinion articles from the Post on a daily basis.