Answered By: Business Library 1-M Last Updated: Apr 10, 2019 Views: 321
You can read WSJ articles in two business databases, Factiva and ABI/INFORM. While it is not the same as reading the print paper, the closest version is the News Pages tab in Factiva. You can find this via the Today's News box on the right of the Faculty Research Guide.
Alternatively, from the Business Databases page, click on the first one, ABI/Inform, and at the top of the Advanced Search page you will see a link for Publications. Select it and click on W. The second result will be Wall Street Journal Eastern Edition.
For the Financial Times, we do have a direct subscription. From our Business Databases page, click on F to see the Financial Times entry. The first time, you will want to choose the "New users" link to create an account with your SMU email address. Going forward, you can log into the Financial Times using your new SMU email account.