One of the largest global business news databases (more than 9,000 international newspapers, magazines and trade journals).
Search in English or 22 other languages.
Choose an index and click on the blue arrow to open the Lookup.
Start typing and then click to choose a subject.
Construct your search with one or more indexes.
Use the Source Lookup to select news from the Wall Street Journal.
Use the Company Lookup to select a company or companies.
Repeat for Subject, Industry, and/or Region. All terms highlighted in yellow are your search terms.
Select a date range. Click Search.
Examine the results page. Articles are sorted by date, the most current listed first.
Click on a title to read the full article or use the numbered check boxes to select multiple articles.
Use the icons on the tool bar to email, save, or print the selected articles.
Use the Discovery Pane on the left to filter your results.
Click on companies, sources, subjects etc. to open those articles.
Turn the filter off to return to your original results page.
Use the "Free Text Search" box.
Enter your company name and keywords.
Use “and” to connect two or more concepts.
Connect synonyms with “or” and enclose them in parentheses.
Select a data range (the default of "last three months" may not go back far enough for you.)
Scroll down for "More Options" if you want to search for your terms in the full article or just in the headlines and lead paragraphs.
When you open an article from the results list you can find Related Articles.