Q. How can I find the online version of the Wall Street Journal—both current and historical?

  Oct 09, 2019

You can locate online versions of publications like The Wall Street Journal by using the BU Libraries eJournals search tool. Enter your query and click the Online Access Available link beneath the edition you're looking for.

The Wall Street Journal, Eastern Edition is available in the following databases:

  • ABI/Inform (1984 - present): See "Browse specific issues" for full text of the daily issues.
  • Factiva (1979 - present):
    • For articles published within the previous two weeks: Select Factiva Pages from the News Pages dropdown menu. This will bring you to a list of publications including The Wall Street Journal.
    • For articles older than two weeks: From the main Search page, click on the blue arrow next to Source and type in "Wall Street Journal." Click on The Wall Street Journal to limit by that publication. Then enter your search terms in the Free Text Search box and change your date range.
  • ProQuest Recent Newspapers (2008 - present, 3 month embargo): View issues, by date, exactly as they appeared in print.

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