Dow Jones News/Retrieval Adds Global and Technology Sources, Top Industry Publications

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Dow Jones News/Retrieval Adds Global and Technology Sources, Top Industry Publications


Dow Jones Business Information Services has added hundreds of new business publications and exclusive information sources to Dow Jones News/Retrieval, the most comprehensive online source of business and financial news and information available worldwide.

News/Retrieval customers now have access to premiere global news and information on their customers and competition that is unavailable on any other U.S. online service - including same-day access to the U.S., Asian, and European editions of The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, as well as Nikkei Telecom Japan News and Retrieval service.

Plus, Dow Jones customers can now follow more closely industry trends and local business due to the addition of hundreds of top-requested industry publications and same-day newspapers.

"The recent content additions provide the best and most sought-after information that can help our customers make more effective business decisions, regardless of industry of job function," said Josephine K. Ottman, director of product marketing. "Our goal all along has been to make all of this new content easy to use and affordable."

Sources of Global News and

Information

News/Retrieval has expanded its global offerings, including exclusive coverage of Asia and emerging markets. Recently added to the 175 international sources already in News/Retrieval were:

* The same-day Financial Times (UK edition) and the Far Eastern Economic Review

* Nikkei Telecom Japan News and Retrieval service, which includes the English translation of Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the largest daily business newspaper in the world, plus corporate reports, late-breaking news and financial data

* The Dow Jones Emerging Markets Report, available only through Dow Jones, which provides late-breaking economic, political, and market news from developing nations

Industry Publications Reflecting Top

Requests

The publications recently added to the News/Retrieval Text Library covering the health care, finance and banking, telecommunications, energy, and media industries are among the most widely read in their industries and were top requests by Dow Jones customers. …

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