In 2000, Dow Jones followed through with its plans for Internet distribution of its premier products, with a key focus on WSJ.com and Factiva, Dow Jones' joint venture with Reuters.
By Sept. 30, the WSJ.com paid subscriber base was 500,000, which was up 52 percent from 330,000 a year earlier. WSJ.com revenues rose 68 percent from $7.5 million to $12.7 million at the end of the third quarter. WSJ.com is not yet profitable. A corporate spokesperson said no profit target date has
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