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"With this new addition, the value they [the Wall Street Journal Europe readers] receive when they buy a copy of the newspaper increases dramatically," said Rick Zednik, circulation-marketing director.
"These customers will be able to customise their home page and set various preferences, which will be retained when they log back in on another day, just as it is for subscribers."
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