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Unformatted text preview: The Wall Street Journal Online Frequently Asked Questions Q: Who is available to answer customer service questions? A: Questions about starting or renewing a print subscription to The Journal, as well as address changes or vacation suspensions are answered at 1-800-975-8602 or at education@wsj.com. Technical questions regarding access and navigation on WSJ.com are answered at 1-800-369-2834 or at onlinejournal@wsj.com. 2008-2009 With The Wall Street Journal Online, you’ll always be “in the know” with the continuously updated, personalized news and advanced research tools you need to be successful in your classes and as you prepare for your career. The Wall Street Journal Student Guide Q: How can I receive The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition? A: Students are eligible to receive The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition on Saturdays as a part of their student subscription. To receive the Weekend Edition, visit WSJstudent.com. Q: Can I subscribe online? A: Visit WSJstudent.com to place your order. You’ll be asked which professor referred you to The Journal. As a student subscriber you’ll receive the lowest rates available and immediate access to WSJ.com. Q: What happens if I forget my user name or password for WSJ.com? A: Simply visit wsj.com/password and follow the prompts. All student subscriptions include access to WSJ.com. To activate your account, visit wsj.com/student Q: How can I manage my subscription during school breaks? A: If you’re headed home for a break, you can easily change your address so that The Journal goes home with you. If you’re leaving for vacation, you can temporarily suspend delivery; we’ll add your unused time to the end of your subscription. Visit services.wsj.com for convenient, 24/7 customer service, or call 1-800-975-8602. Changes take effect within three business days. Q: What is the Student Weekly Wrap-Up, and how do I sign up for it? A: The Student Weekly Wrap-Up is a free weekly personalized email featuring Journal articles selected specifically for student subscribers. Sign up at wsj.com/student_email. What you get when you activate your WSJ.com account: More questions? Visit WSJstudent.com or call us at 1-800-975-8602. • Breaking News: Keep informed with news as it happens in business, politics, economics and more, with reliable Journal analysis of all major events from around the world. Additional Journal Contacts: Letters to the Editor: Fax 1-212-416-2255 or email wsj.ltrs@wsj.com Free Annual Report Service: wsj.ar.wilink.com • Personalization: Set up My Online Journal to follow the subjects and companies that interest you most on your personalized WSJ.com home page and via email alerts. Barron’s Educational Program: 1-800-544-0422 © 2008 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All rights reserved. • Research: WSJ.com offers extensive research on nearly 30,000 companies, providing you with an invaluable resource for class projects and career preparation. The Markets Data Center provides you with a comprehensive, easy-to-use resource that puts market statistics into perspective. • Multimedia & Online Extras: Enjoy exclusive content such as videos, podcasts and blogs, plus Facebook, Yahoo! and Digg applications to enhance your subscription to The Journal. Student Weekly Wrap-up Email The Wall Street Journal provides you with the information, insight and advice you need for your classes, career and personal interests. Register for the free Student Weekly Wrap-up Email and you’ll receive a personalized email every Friday featuring articles selected specially for your interests. Each email spotlights Journal content that will help you gain new insight into your coursework, kick-start your career, and make the most of your leisure time. Sign up today at: wsj.com/student_email For Priority Customer Service call 1-800-975-8602 The Wall Street Journal Online Frequently Asked Questions Q: Who is available to answer customer service questions? A: Questions about starting or renewing a print subscription to The Journal, as well as address changes or vacation suspensions are answered at 1-800-975-8602 or at education@wsj.com. Technical questions regarding access and navigation on WSJ.com are answered at 1-800-369-2834 or at onlinejournal@wsj.com. 2008-2009 With The Wall Street Journal Online, you’ll always be “in the know” with the continuously updated, personalized news and advanced research tools you need to be successful in your classes and as you prepare for your career. The Wall Street Journal Student Guide Q: How can I receive The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition? A: Students are eligible to receive The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition on Saturdays as a part of their student subscription. To receive the Weekend Edition, visit WSJstudent.com. Q: Can I subscribe online? A: Visit WSJstudent.com to place your order. You’ll be asked which professor referred you to The Journal. As a student subscriber you’ll receive the lowest rates available and immediate access to WSJ.com. Q: What happens if I forget my user name or password for WSJ.com? A: Simply visit wsj.com/password and follow the prompts. All student subscriptions include access to WSJ.com. To activate your account, visit wsj.com/student Q: How can I manage my subscription during school breaks? A: If you’re headed home for a break, you can easily change your address so that The Journal goes home with you. If you’re leaving for vacation, you can temporarily suspend delivery; we’ll add your unused time to the end of your subscription. Visit services.wsj.com for convenient, 24/7 customer service, or call 1-800-975-8602. Changes take effect within three business days. Q: What is the Student Weekly Wrap-Up, and how do I sign up for it? A: The Student Weekly Wrap-Up is a free weekly personalized email featuring Journal articles selected specifically for student subscribers. Sign up at wsj.com/student_email. What you get when you activate your WSJ.com account: More questions? Visit WSJstudent.com or call us at 1-800-975-8602. • Breaking News: Keep informed with news as it happens in business, politics, economics and more, with reliable Journal analysis of all major events from around the world. Additional Journal Contacts: Letters to the Editor: Fax 1-212-416-2255 or email wsj.ltrs@wsj.com Free Annual Report Service: wsj.ar.wilink.com • Personalization: Set up My Online Journal to follow the subjects and companies that interest you most on your personalized WSJ.com home page and via email alerts. Barron’s Educational Program: 1-800-544-0422 © 2008 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All rights reserved. • Research: WSJ.com offers extensive research on nearly 30,000 companies, providing you with an invaluable resource for class projects and career preparation. The Markets Data Center provides you with a comprehensive, easy-to-use resource that puts market statistics into perspective. • Multimedia & Online Extras: Enjoy exclusive content such as videos, podcasts and blogs, plus Facebook, Yahoo! and Digg applications to enhance your subscription to The Journal. Student Weekly Wrap-up Email The Wall Street Journal provides you with the information, insight and advice you need for your classes, career and personal interests. Register for the free Student Weekly Wrap-up Email and you’ll receive a personalized email every Friday featuring articles selected specially for your interests. Each email spotlights Journal content that will help you gain new insight into your coursework, kick-start your career, and make the most of your leisure time. Sign up today at: wsj.com/student_email For Priority Customer Service call 1-800-975-8602 The Wall Street Journal Read The Journal Every Day Money & Investing Features the stories, analyses and insights from the markets that make The Journal the primary source of information in the financial world. The First Section Here you’ll find the day’s top stories covering business, economics, politics and more from around the world, along with a wealth of commentary and opinion designed to provide perspective and provoke debate. • Ahead of the Tape: This essential column analyzes and projects what’s on tap for the financial markets that day, from a Fed meeting to a major corporation’s earnings report. • “What’s News”: On the front page of the print Journal and on WSJ.com’s home page, “What’s News” will quickly get you up-to-speed on the day’s events from around the world. • International Finance: These pages highlight financial activity from markets around the world. • Heard On The Street: Monday through Friday, this feature brings readers the first word on subjects and stocks that Wall Street experts are discussing themselves. • U.S. News/U.S. Watch: These pages highlight domestic political and economic news, including state-by-state news briefs. • Currents: Here you’ll find in-depth features about ideas, trends and people in various subjects, including religion, art, science, education and the environment. Take advantage of these time-saving print and online resources every day: • Deals & Deal Makers: Combining factual reporting with analytical insight, this feature helps readers understand the events that are moving the markets. • What’s News: This is where to start your day. Even when you’re pressed for time, you’ll find everything you need to keep current on breaking news in this essential section. • World News/World Watch: The Journal’s international coverage is featured here, with stories from around the world. • In the Markets: This section presents news on a wide variety of events to give readers a valuable overview of important market developments. • Markets Lineup: This statistical package brings together the highlights of the day in an easily understandable format, including results of the Dow, Nasdaq, S&P 500 and Russell 2000 indexes. • Campaign ‘08: Count on The Journal’s exclusive coverage of the events and issues to keep you informed on this historic election. • Opinion: These pages feature original insights and perspectives on current events from Journal writers and readers from around the world. Marketplace Your subscription to The Wall Street Journal provides you with the information, analysis and insight to help you excel in your classes and get a head start on your career. Personal Journal Tuesday through Thursday, Personal Journal translates news events into information you can use to manage your money, your life and your career. • Front Pages: Check out the front page of each section of the print Journal. These are the the business, political and economic events that you need to know about for your classes and job interviews. • Your News: Personalize My Online Journal at WSJ.com to highlight news from the companies and industries that are most important to you. Plus, you can sign up to receive personalized daily emails from WSJ.com to quickly and easily stay informed. • Career Resources: The daily Index to Businesses will help you easily identify and research companies as you prepare for interviews, while Tuesday’s Career Journal section focuses on employment trends, graduate school and more. • Research Tools: WSJ.com’s advanced research resources, including the Markets Data Center, provides you with immediate access to the information you need for your class projects. • Personal Finance: In this section you’ll find powerful, practical information on everything from investments and loans to real estate and taxes — info you’ll need to get ahead! A behind-the-scenes look at the marketing, management and technology issues and trends that are driving business today. • Career Journal: Every Tuesday, this features offers career advice in areas such as interviewing, internships, salary negotiation, networking and more. • Index to Businesses & Index to People: Whether you’re tracking a specific company for a class project or an upcoming interview, turn to Index to Businesses — it will point you to articles about the company in that day’s paper. Index to People is a daily list of the people making the news. • Personal Technology: Walt Mossberg’s signature column appears here every week, reviewing cutting-edge technology products and services. • Leisure & Arts: This is The Journal’s daily view of the cultural scene, including arts, theater, fashion and more. • Corporate News: This section takes an in-depth look at crucial developments concerning the world’s major corporations and industries, analyzing the impact of individuals and events. • Managing: This weekly section profiles leaders and highlights the challenges facing managers in large and small companies. • Media & Marketing: Marketing is at center stage in the business cycle, and media companies are at center stage of the communications revolution. We cover both in depth, providing insight into these industries as they drive business every day. • Small Business: Entrepreneurs look here for the trends, issues and legislation that affect small business, along with illuminating stories on why some succeed and some fail. • Earnings Digest: This section reports on corporate earnings, providing insight into companies and industries that are succeeding and struggling — and why. Priority Customer Service Available at 1-800-975-8602 Weekend Journal Students Pay The Lowest Rate! Your subscription includes The Journal in both print and online. To order your subscription to The Wall Street Journal, visit WSJstudent.com Friday’s Weekend Journal focuses on your leisure time with reviews of films, books and music, along with cooking recommendations, travel tips and more. Priority Customer Service Available at 1-800-975-8602 The Wall Street Journal Read The Journal Every Day Money & Investing Features the stories, analyses and insights from the markets that make The Journal the primary source of information in the financial world. The First Section Here you’ll find the day’s top stories covering business, economics, politics and more from around the world, along with a wealth of commentary and opinion designed to provide perspective and provoke debate. • Ahead of the Tape: This essential column analyzes and projects what’s on tap for the financial markets that day, from a Fed meeting to a major corporation’s earnings report. • “What’s News”: On the front page of the print Journal and on WSJ.com’s home page, “What’s News” will quickly get you up-to-speed on the day’s events from around the world. • International Finance: These pages highlight financial activity from markets around the world. • Heard On The Street: Monday through Friday, this feature brings readers the first word on subjects and stocks that Wall Street experts are discussing themselves. • U.S. News/U.S. Watch: These pages highlight domestic political and economic news, including state-by-state news briefs. • Currents: Here you’ll find in-depth features about ideas, trends and people in various subjects, including religion, art, science, education and the environment. Take advantage of these time-saving print and online resources every day: • Deals & Deal Makers: Combining factual reporting with analytical insight, this feature helps readers understand the events that are moving the markets. • What’s News: This is where to start your day. Even when you’re pressed for time, you’ll find everything you need to keep current on breaking news in this essential section. • World News/World Watch: The Journal’s international coverage is featured here, with stories from around the world. • In the Markets: This section presents news on a wide variety of events to give readers a valuable overview of important market developments. • Markets Lineup: This statistical package brings together the highlights of the day in an easily understandable format, including results of the Dow, Nasdaq, S&P 500 and Russell 2000 indexes. • Campaign ‘08: Count on The Journal’s exclusive coverage of the events and issues to keep you informed on this historic election. • Opinion: These pages feature original insights and perspectives on current events from Journal writers and readers from around the world. Marketplace Your subscription to The Wall Street Journal provides you with the information, analysis and insight to help you excel in your classes and get a head start on your career. Personal Journal Tuesday through Thursday, Personal Journal translates news events into information you can use to manage your money, your life and your career. • Front Pages: Check out the front page of each section of the print Journal. These are the the business, political and economic events that you need to know about for your classes and job interviews. • Your News: Personalize My Online Journal at WSJ.com to highlight news from the companies and industries that are most important to you. Plus, you can sign up to receive personalized daily emails from WSJ.com to quickly and easily stay informed. • Career Resources: The daily Index to Businesses will help you easily identify and research companies as you prepare for interviews, while Tuesday’s Career Journal section focuses on employment trends, graduate school and more. • Research Tools: WSJ.com’s advanced research resources, including the Markets Data Center, provides you with immediate access to the information you need for your class projects. • Personal Finance: In this section you’ll find powerful, practical information on everything from investments and loans to real estate and taxes — info you’ll need to get ahead! A behind-the-scenes look at the marketing, management and technology issues and trends that are driving business today. • Career Journal: Every Tuesday, this features offers career advice in areas such as interviewing, internships, salary negotiation, networking and more. • Index to Businesses & Index to People: Whether you’re tracking a specific company for a class project or an upcoming interview, turn to Index to Businesses — it will point you to articles about the company in that day’s paper. Index to People is a daily list of the people making the news. • Personal Technology: Walt Mossberg’s signature column appears here every week, reviewing cutting-edge technology products and services. • Leisure & Arts: This is The Journal’s daily view of the cultural scene, including arts, theater, fashion and more. • Corporate News: This section takes an in-depth look at crucial developments concerning the world’s major corporations and industries, analyzing the impact of individuals and events. • Managing: This weekly section profiles leaders and highlights the challenges facing managers in large and small companies. • Media & Marketing: Marketing is at center stage in the business cycle, and media companies are at center stage of the communications revolution. We cover both in depth, providing insight into these industries as they drive business every day. • Small Business: Entrepreneurs look here for the trends, issues and legislation that affect small business, along with illuminating stories on why some succeed and some fail. • Earnings Digest: This section reports on corporate earnings, providing insight into companies and industries that are succeeding and struggling — and why. Priority Customer Service Available at 1-800-975-8602 Weekend Journal Students Pay The Lowest Rate! Your subscription includes The Journal in both print and online. To order your subscription to The Wall Street Journal, visit WSJstudent.com Friday’s Weekend Journal focuses on your leisure time with reviews of films, books and music, along with cooking recommendations, travel tips and more. Priority Customer Service Available at 1-800-975-8602 The Wall Street Journal Read The Journal Every Day Money & Investing Features the stories, analyses and insights from the markets that make The Journal the primary source of information in the financial world. The First Section Here you’ll find the day’s top stories covering business, economics, politics and more from around the world, along with a wealth of commentary and opinion designed to provide perspective and provoke debate. • Ahead of the Tape: This essential column analyzes and projects what’s on tap for the financial markets that day, from a Fed meeting to a major corporation’s earnings report. • “What’s News”: On the front page of the print Journal and on WSJ.com’s home page, “What’s News” will quickly get you up-to-speed on the day’s events from around the world. • International Finance: These pages highlight financial activity from markets around the world. • Heard On The Street: Monday through Friday, this feature brings readers the first word on subjects and stocks that Wall Street experts are discussing themselves. • U.S. News/U.S. Watch: These pages highlight domestic political and economic news, including state-by-state news briefs. • Currents: Here you’ll find in-depth features about ideas, trends and people in various subjects, including religion, art, science, education and the environment. Take advantage of these time-saving print and online resources every day: • Deals & Deal Makers: Combining factual reporting with analytical insight, this feature helps readers understand the events that are moving the markets. • What’s News: This is where to start your day. Even when you’re pressed for time, you’ll find everything you need to keep current on breaking news in this essential section. • World News/World Watch: The Journal’s international coverage is featured here, with stories from around the world. • In the Markets: This section presents news on a wide variety of events to give readers a valuable overview of important market developments. • Markets Lineup: This statistical package brings together the highlights of the day in an easily understandable format, including results of the Dow, Nasdaq, S&P 500 and Russell 2000 indexes. • Campaign ‘08: Count on The Journal’s exclusive coverage of the events and issues to keep you informed on this historic election. • Opinion: These pages feature original insights and perspectives on current events from Journal writers and readers from around the world. Marketplace Your subscription to The Wall Street Journal provides you with the information, analysis and insight to help you excel in your classes and get a head start on your career. Personal Journal Tuesday through Thursday, Personal Journal translates news events into information you can use to manage your money, your life and your career. • Front Pages: Check out the front page of each section of the print Journal. These are the the business, political and economic events that you need to know about for your classes and job interviews. • Your News: Personalize My Online Journal at WSJ.com to highlight news from the companies and industries that are most important to you. Plus, you can sign up to receive personalized daily emails from WSJ.com to quickly and easily stay informed. • Career Resources: The daily Index to Businesses will help you easily identify and research companies as you prepare for interviews, while Tuesday’s Career Journal section focuses on employment trends, graduate school and more. • Research Tools: WSJ.com’s advanced research resources, including the Markets Data Center, provides you with immediate access to the information you need for your class projects. • Personal Finance: In this section you’ll find powerful, practical information on everything from investments and loans to real estate and taxes — info you’ll need to get ahead! A behind-the-scenes look at the marketing, management and technology issues and trends that are driving business today. • Career Journal: Every Tuesday, this features offers career advice in areas such as interviewing, internships, salary negotiation, networking and more. • Index to Businesses & Index to People: Whether you’re tracking a specific company for a class project or an upcoming interview, turn to Index to Businesses — it will point you to articles about the company in that day’s paper. Index to People is a daily list of the people making the news. • Personal Technology: Walt Mossberg’s signature column appears here every week, reviewing cutting-edge technology products and services. • Leisure & Arts: This is The Journal’s daily view of the cultural scene, including arts, theater, fashion and more. • Corporate News: This section takes an in-depth look at crucial developments concerning the world’s major corporations and industries, analyzing the impact of individuals and events. • Managing: This weekly section profiles leaders and highlights the challenges facing managers in large and small companies. • Media & Marketing: Marketing is at center stage in the business cycle, and media companies are at center stage of the communications revolution. We cover both in depth, providing insight into these industries as they drive business every day. • Small Business: Entrepreneurs look here for the trends, issues and legislation that affect small business, along with illuminating stories on why some succeed and some fail. • Earnings Digest: This section reports on corporate earnings, providing insight into companies and industries that are succeeding and struggling — and why. Priority Customer Service Available at 1-800-975-8602 Weekend Journal Students Pay The Lowest Rate! Your subscription includes The Journal in both print and online. To order your subscription to The Wall Street Journal, visit WSJstudent.com Friday’s Weekend Journal focuses on your leisure time with reviews of films, books and music, along with cooking recommendations, travel tips and more. Priority Customer Service Available at 1-800-975-8602 The Wall Street Journal Online Frequently Asked Questions Q: Who is available to answer customer service questions? A: Questions about starting or renewing a print subscription to The Journal, as well as address changes or vacation suspensions are answered at 1-800-975-8602 or at education@wsj.com. Technical questions regarding access and navigation on WSJ.com are answered at 1-800-369-2834 or at onlinejournal@wsj.com. 2008-2009 With The Wall Street Journal Online, you’ll always be “in the know” with the continuously updated, personalized news and advanced research tools you need to be successful in your classes and as you prepare for your career. The Wall Street Journal Student Guide Q: How can I receive The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition? A: Students are eligible to receive The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition on Saturdays as a part of their student subscription. To receive the Weekend Edition, visit WSJstudent.com. Q: Can I subscribe online? A: Visit WSJstudent.com to place your order. You’ll be asked which professor referred you to The Journal. As a student subscriber you’ll receive the lowest rates available and immediate access to WSJ.com. Q: What happens if I forget my user name or password for WSJ.com? A: Simply visit wsj.com/password and follow the prompts. All student subscriptions include access to WSJ.com. To activate your account, visit wsj.com/student Q: How can I manage my subscription during school breaks? A: If you’re headed home for a break, you can easily change your address so that The Journal goes home with you. If you’re leaving for vacation, you can temporarily suspend delivery; we’ll add your unused time to the end of your subscription. Visit services.wsj.com for convenient, 24/7 customer service, or call 1-800-975-8602. Changes take effect within three business days. Q: What is the Student Weekly Wrap-Up, and how do I sign up for it? A: The Student Weekly Wrap-Up is a free weekly personalized email featuring Journal articles selected specifically for student subscribers. Sign up at wsj.com/student_email. What you get when you activate your WSJ.com account: More questions? Visit WSJstudent.com or call us at 1-800-975-8602. • Breaking News: Keep informed with news as it happens in business, politics, economics and more, with reliable Journal analysis of all major events from around the world. Additional Journal Contacts: Letters to the Editor: Fax 1-212-416-2255 or email wsj.ltrs@wsj.com Free Annual Report Service: wsj.ar.wilink.com • Personalization: Set up My Online Journal to follow the subjects and companies that interest you most on your personalized WSJ.com home page and via email alerts. Barron’s Educational Program: 1-800-544-0422 © 2008 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All rights reserved. • Research: WSJ.com offers extensive research on nearly 30,000 companies, providing you with an invaluable resource for class projects and career preparation. The Markets Data Center provides you with a comprehensive, easy-to-use resource that puts market statistics into perspective. • Multimedia & Online Extras: Enjoy exclusive content such as videos, podcasts and blogs, plus Facebook, Yahoo! and Digg applications to enhance your subscription to The Journal. Student Weekly Wrap-up Email The Wall Street Journal provides you with the information, insight and advice you need for your classes, career and personal interests. Register for the free Student Weekly Wrap-up Email and you’ll receive a personalized email every Friday featuring articles selected specially for your interests. Each email spotlights Journal content that will help you gain new insight into your coursework, kick-start your career, and make the most of your leisure time. Sign up today at: wsj.com/student_email For Priority Customer Service call 1-800-975-8602 ...
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