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You wouldn’t typically think of The Wall Street Journal for its obituaries, but if you’re going to be a national newspaper (albeit one that…

You wouldn’t typically think of The Wall Street Journal for its obituaries, but if you’re going to be a national newspaper (albeit one that happens to focus heavily on business), then they’re a standard ingredient in the stew. Today the paper announces that WSJ.com would launch an obits page powered by Tributes.com at wsj.tributes.com. The site currently looks exactly like Tributes.com’s own page, with a little bit of design customization, but no noticeable differences in content. We’ll see if it begins to take on a more business bent over time. In addition to recent obituaries, and an obit search archive, there’s also a way for users to create an online tribute to recently deceased loved ones.

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