Wall Street Journal Ipad Edition To Cost $17.99/month

Wall Street Journal iPad Edition To Cost $17.99/Month

By contrast, The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times are working with test iPads, according to people familiar with the matter. Six advertisers, including Coca-Cola and FedEx, have agreed to advertise with the Journal, and a four-month ad package costs $400,000, according to these people. Coke and FedEx declined to comment on terms.

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