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Wall Street Journal

In a world where education and career opportunities are more competitive than ever, the need for students to obtain broader perspectives on a variety of global business issues is a necessity.

SLU's Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business has joined The Wall Street Journal in a collaboration to provide students and faculty full access to the Journal.

The Journal provides career advice and ties real-world examples into what you learn,  giving you the opportunity to enhance your educational experience and stay ahead.

Use your school-sponsored WSJ membership to:
• Research topics relevant to your courses and careers
• Save and share pertinent articles with other students
• Follow companies and industries that interest you
• Track real-time stories and trends
• Enjoy the most engaging coverage of arts, culture and life

Activate your WSJ membership

Key Features

Get Up To Speed Quickly
Read What’s News located at the top of the homepage, highlighting the most important and timely news.
Personalize Your Experience
Customize your WSJ by clicking the drop-down menu next to your name in the upper right-hand corner. Save articles, create a watchlist, and choose a variety of newsletters and alerts that match your interests.
Go Mobile

Download the WSJ app for your device and keep up to date while you are on the go. Go to for more information.

Excel In Your Classes

Delve into industry-specific news. Click on the tabs located on the homepage to select your topic of choice, from Business and Markets to Tech and Economy.

Become a Great Hire

Explore the trends in the job market by clicking on the Business tab and choosing Management from the drop-down box, then choose Careers further into the site.

Simplify Your Company Research

Access news, press releases, company profiles, financials, research, ratings and charting information for 30,000 companies all in one location. Enter the company name in the search box in the upper right-hand section of the homepage.