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Regular columnists, including ‘Agenda’ on page two with views and analysis from editor-in-chief Tracy Corrigan and economist Irwin Stelzer. Other columns that run throughout the week include ‘Commentariat’ (what the bloggers are saying); ‘Letter From’ (international correspondents); and 'Think Again' (a regular Monday column offering opinion on current thinking on companies and sectors) The Journal Interview: profile pieces with figures in business, finance and politics. A feature every Monday, but other days of the week too The Big Read: a daily in-depth, investigative or wide-ranging piece Business & Finance: analysis and statistics, with an additional explanation of the factors that are causing market movement through regular columns Regionally themed pages, including Europe, U.S. and World News providing a digest of news produced by Dow Jones’ resources around the world C-Suite: a section focusing on a different aspect of life beyond the boardroom each week. Topics include Management, Health, Work and Home, Technology and Travel Sport: a daily sports page edited by European sports editor Jonathan Clegg which reports on the business of sport The Quirk: World Watch, Business Watch: a double-page spread designed to give readers a brief summary of what happened in the world yesterday. ‘World Watch’ gives political and economic developments, listed by country while ‘Business Watch’ gives corporate and financial developments by sector Heard on the Street: this global column with a team based in Europe provides readers with a broad mix of analysis and commentary Editorial & Opinion pages: feature commentary by the WSJ’s global editorial team and attract comment from politicians, captains of industry and influencers from around the world, edited for Europe by Brian Carney Weekend Journal: a weekly arts and lifestyle supplement, published every Friday, featuring stories on art, movies, music, travel, food and wine for a European audience Journal Reports: a series of eight-page special reports providing readers with information and insight on topics and themes of European concern, including ‘Wealth Journal’, a quarterly supplement on private wealth WSJ., the global magazine from The Wall Street Journal, distributed quarterly with the WSJE Content from other Dow Jones publications and services in Europe, including Dow Jones Newswires, a premier provider of real-time business news and information to financial professionals around the world; Financial News, the leading publication for the European securities industry; and Private Equity News, the leading publication in Europe for the buyout community.
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