The European Wall Street Journal

O'Connor, Robert
July 1993
Editor & Publisher;7/17/93, Vol. 126 Issue 29, p14
Trade Publication
Features the style and elements of writing of the `Wall Street Journal Europe'. Europeanization of the content of the paper; Adoption and Europeanized regular features appearing in the American version; Usage of color advertising; Partnership with `Handelsblatt,' a German financial daily; Competition with the `Financial Times,' the `International Herald Tribune' and `USA Today'.


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