I Need To Find...Wall Street Journal
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Compiled by Corey Seeman
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We have access to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) through a number of means.
 Electronic Access to WSJ Articles
- Access to the WSJ is available primarily through two databases that are updated daily with that day's articles:
- Factiva has articles from the WSJ from 1979 to the present. Searching is all full text in Factiva.
- For more help, visit the I Need to Find Wall Street Journal Articles in Factiva wiki page.
- ABI/INFORM (ProQuest)
- Direct link to the WSJ in Proquest
- ProQuest has articles from the WSJ from 1984 to the present. Searching is full text.
- Through these links, you will find the larger articles from the WSJ.
- Smaller articles and statistics will not be available from these databases.
 Print Editions
- Print copies of the WSJ are found on the second floor of Kresge with current newspapers.
- Older copies of the WSJ are retained on the 4th floor of the library until the microfilm edition arrives.
 Historical Editions
- Historical Wall Street Journal
- Available from ProQuest, the historical online WSJ covers from 1923 through the end of 1992. Articles can be searched by full text.
- Microfilm of the Wall Street Journal is available from 1889 to the most currently available reel.
- Paper copies of the WSJ are retained until the microfilm arrives.
 Personal Subscriptions
- Copies of the WSJ are no longer available for students near the folders (this program was discontinued by the paper).
- They are offering discounted subscriptions to the WSJ for MBA students.
- The costs (as of 2010) are $179 for 2 years and $99.95 for one year (these are subject to change).