03/28/2008 02:45 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

WSJ Would Lose $63M Over Murdoch's Plan To Make Website Free

Rupert Murdoch's plan to stop charging for access to The Wall Street Journal's Web site looks certain to increase online profits but could hurt other parts of Dow Jones & Co Inc business.

Free access would open up one of the world's premiere business news sources to all readers, attracting a flood of online advertising revenue and spreading the venerable business paper's reach around the globe.

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