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Yale University Library offers access to the Wall Street Journal in multiple ways.
Factiva features same-day and historical coverage of the Wall Street Journal articles dating back to 1979.
For recent articles, select News Pages from the navigation bar at the top of the page, then click on Factiva Pages. From here, you should be able to browse the headlines from the last two weeks of the WSJ by section (This works for the New York Times as well).
To search for older articles, select Search from the navigation bar on the top of the page and then click on Search Builder. Enter the article title or keywords in the Free Text Search box, and select a range of time from the Date dropdown box. Click on Source and then select The Wall Street Journal - All sources. Click on the Search button.
Offers coverage from 1984 - present.
Includes coverage from 1923 - 1998
Access to WSJ.com is provided by the School of Management for SOM students only. Information on how to create an account is available on the SOM Portal.
Print issues are available in the following locations:
- Franke Periodical Reading Room in Sterling Memorial Library
- Medical Library
Contact the Business & Management Librarian