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Balancing Editorial Content with the Factual
I realize that in a shrinking market for newspapers, even financial papers must change their style to survive. I would suggest that WSJ take a look at the British Financial Times newspaper to see what a successful journal can "sound" like. Their news and factual content are well-researched, but there is still a personality that comes across from each and every article. Their authors and editors all have distinctive styles that emerge from professional, yet often colorful, opinionated stories. If I want someone to read just the facts about current events, I would not pay for the WSJ. I want what you professionals THINK about the timely and complex issues of the economic, business and political world. And please, I don't want to know what President Trump had for breakfast or what bimbo he's managed to bribe into his bed.