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WSJ.com’s Revenues Decline 10 Percent (free registration required): The revenue growth of the Wall Street Journal Online has been slowing do…

WSJ.com’s Revenues Decline 10 Percent (free registration required): The revenue growth of the Wall Street Journal Online has been slowing down over the last year, in part due to decline in ad revenues, offset by an increase in the number of subscribers. Revenues from parent company Dow Jones’ “Consumer Electronic Publishing” segment–which includes WSJ.com and other allied sector revenues–were down about 10 percent, and stood at $11.5 million, compared to $12.7 million in the year-ago quarter.

Paid subscribers to WSJ.com, however, continued to grow, reaching 640,000 as of March 31, 2002, compared to 574,000 exactly a year ago.

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