Looking for the latest issue of the Wall Street Journal? Want to know what reporters for the New York Times have to say about a recent IPO? Interested in how local newspapers are covering a small company or a new business? Factiva has you covered, offering access to a variety of newspapers, magazines, and web news sources, with coverage of many publications going back to the 1980’s. Factiva includes three search options: Search Builder, News Pages, and Company/Markets.
Have you heard that the Wall Street Journal is available to students online, but can’t seem to find Penn’s subscription on the WSJ website?
You are not alone. The Lippincott Library has full-text access to the newspaper, but not through WSJ online. You can access the newspaper through several of our subscription databases. Below is an outline of the many places you can find the Wall Street Journal, both current and historical.
Dow Jones Factiva is a key source for news information, covering 35,000+ full-text newspapers and magazines, including key papers like the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Coverage of the WSJ in this database goes back to 1984. You can both browse the newspaper in this database as well as search for specific articles. Continue reading