Apr 4, 2024

Wall Street Journal names new Asia editor

Deborah Ball replaces Andrew Dowell, who will now oversee the Middle East bureau after over seven years in Asia.

Oct 31, 2023

How Dow Jones supported detained WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich on his birthday

The Wall Street Journal reporter marked his 32nd birthday in a Russian prison, where he has been incarcerated for more than six months.

Oct 4, 2023

How The Wall Street Journal is leveraging first-party data and ensuring brand safety for advertisers

In an exclusive chat with Campaign, The Wall Street Journal's chief revenue officer Josh Stinchcomb unveils how the Journal is navigating through softening advertising markets, leveraging first-party data, and addressing growing concerns around the need for brand safety.

May 12, 2023

How The Wall Street Journal is rallying the media around Evan Gershkovich

Media titans that are often at each other’s throats are pulling together to call for the detained reporter’s release.

Jan 9, 2023

40 Under 40 2022: Julia Clyne, Dow Jones & Co

Clyne’s leadership and passion to support quality journalism has contributed to WSJ being one of the most trusted news brands in APAC.

Sep 30, 2022

Women to Watch 2022: Elayne Gan, Dow Jones

Recording incredible growth in the pandemic is no mean feat, and Gan boasts a massive 60% revenue growth since taking over the head of sales role in 2019.