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Murdoch Says He Plans to Make WSJ.com Free

By Staff Published on .

News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch said he expects to make the Wall Street Journal’s online presence, WSJ.com, free, abolishing subscriptions. That decision isn’t final, a company spokesman said, according to the New York Times. The Journal, which Murdoch acquired by buying Dow Jones, is one of the print publishers pushing online with increased video offerings.
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