Dow Jones is a global news and business information provider that delivers content to consumers and organizations via newspapers, websites, apps, video, newsletters, magazines, proprietary databases, conferences, and radio. It conducts large news-gathering operations with the help of its 2,000 journalists in more than 50 countries, including The Wall Street Journal, America’s largest newspaper by total average circulation.
Dow Jones & Co.’s premier brands include Barron’s, MarketWatch, Factiva, Dow Jones Risk & Compliance, Dow Jones VentureSource, and DJX. In 1987, The Ticker, a real-time newswire and the fundamental source for news in the investment community, was announced and Barron’s, America’s premier financial weekly was founded in 1921.
The company’s information services publish in 13 languages and distribute content in 28 languages, combining technology with news and data to support business decision making. It is now serving its users through its paid online news site no matter where there, via web, mobile devices, Internet-connected televisions, and tablets.
Dow Jones & Co. was founded in 1882.