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Ancestry.com set for $1.6B acquisition deal: WSJ

The genealogy giant with more than 2 million subscribers is set to be acquired by a private-equity firm, in a bid to move into the Western European market.

By October 22, 2012


Report: WSJ.com to get social-networking makeover

Newspaper site is expected to launch "Journal Community" to allow paying subscribers to comment on individual stories, create discussion groups on specific topics, and seek advice.

By September 14, 2008


News Corp.'s MySpace, 'WSJ' partner on Davos contest

One winner will be awarded the chance to be a "citizen reporter" at the exclusive World Economic Forum, reporting for both MySpace and WSJ.com

By January 8, 2009


Microsoft to serve up ads to Wall Street Journal online

Under the deal, company will be the exclusive third-party ad provider for Dow Jones-owned sites including WSJ.com and Marketwatch.com.

By January 29, 2008


Daylight saving: Waste of time?

When some laggard counties in Indiana finally flipped the switch to DST, the state's collective electric bill rose by about $8.6 million.

By March 4, 2008


Major dating faux pas: Stealing someone else's profile

We're far too networked for you to get away with pretending to be clever.

By February 15, 2008


AT&T fires back at Netflix on bandwidth pricing

AT&T's general counsel posts a response to a Netflix op-ed piece criticizing usage-based pricing for fixed Internet service.

By July 14, 2011


Can you trust the Wall Street Journal's domains?

Just because a company owns the .com domain doesn't mean anything when it comes to other domains with different TLDs

By May 3, 2008


Wall Street Journal to stop charging for Web content

News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch tells investors he thinks The Wall Street Journalcan make more money from advertising than from paid subscriptions.

By November 13, 2007