The sun is setting on The Wall Street Journal on Sunday, but we're going out on a good note. This is the 805th (and last) Sunday issue of The Wall Street Journal. We debuted on Sept. 1 with the support of hundreds of colleagues at The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones & Co., and our partner newspapers around the country. We're proud of what we've done together over the past nine months, and we hope you'll find this final issue worthwhile.
We want to thank our readers for their loyalty and enthusiasm during our short life. You've helped make the Sunday Journal one of the most popular supplements in the industry. And while we're ending our run on a low note, it's important to remember that we started it as a small project that has grown into something much larger than any one person could have imagined.
Thanks for reading and for being part of the Sunday Journal experience. See you next week!
Except on the days mentioned below, the Wall Street Journal is published Monday through Saturday. Sunday's Journal features an insert section called "Weekend Review."
The Journal is printed in multiple locations around the world. It is based in New York City.
It started as a newspaper for Wall Street professionals and has become one of the largest English-language newspapers in the world by circulation. The Journal reports that it has approximately 5 million readers in America and abroad.
It was founded in 1889 by E. W. Scripps as the Commercial Advertiser before changing its name to the Wall Street Journal two years later. The paper was an immediate success, drawing attention to itself with exclusives including an interview with President Benjamin Harrison after he left office and news about the sinking of the RMS Titanic. In 1960, Scripps sold the paper to Rogers Media, which is now owned by Canadian company Postmedia.
The Journal is famous for its editorials, which are often long and opinionated pieces about current events that are written primarily by staff writers but also include contributions from other authors.
Monday through Saturday, The Wall Street Journal is published. WSJ.com publishes new articles every day. The website doesn't close for news events - including natural disasters and public affairs issues such as politics and business - so information is always available if you need it.
The Wall Street Journal has an online app for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. The app can be used to read articles from the newspaper as well as access exclusive videos and podcasts. It also contains directories of magazines and newspapers with similar content to the Journal.
An electronic copy of the Journal is delivered daily to home pages in the United States. In addition, paper copies of the Journal are distributed on weekdays by delivery trucks throughout most cities in the United States. These papers are called "flats" and contain five sections: World News; U.S. News & Life Style; Business; Technology & Science; and Sports. The European version of the Journal has four sections: Europe; International; Science & Technology; and Opinion.
Yes, several free versions of the Journal are available online.
Individual issues of our newspapers and magazines, including The Wall Street Journal, WSJ. Magazine, and Barron's, as well as items and framed reproductions, are available through the official vendor. The whole newsprint issue of The Wall Street Journal's Eastern Edition, as published on June 12/13, 2021. Is available for purchase.
Issues are shipped in late spring or early summer, depending on the newspaper, with a worldwide delivery time of about six to eight weeks from publication. In some cases (for example, when an event is scheduled to take place after the paper has been printed), we will notify readers about delays. Newspaper vendors will also advise when issues can be purchased ahead of time (for example, pre-publication sales of journals).
The price varies by newspaper but generally includes shipping. Some papers have additional fees for such things as international orders that require special handling by the carrier.