Factiva, a Dow Jones and Reuters Company, announced two new subscription options for individuals or small businesses in need of conducting occasional business research. These subscribers can now access Factiva’s world-class content direct from Factiva or via links in The Wall Street Journal Online at WSJ.com.

Both options offer a convenient, fast, and easy way to access Factiva’s unique collection of nearly 8,000 global news and business information sources – all universally indexed for relevant results in a single search. With Factiva, users can be sure that the specific newspapers, newswires and trade journals that track their market and industry are covered. The options differ in functionality, but both make Factiva available to individual users and smaller firms on an economical basis.

Factiva.com individual subscription offers access to both the Search and Track areas of Factiva.com. Access includes powerful search functionality to support the need for accurate and deep research, and Track Folders that offer filtered news for keeping abreast of the latest news about competitors, customers or key markets.

Individual subscription users can search Factiva content using any of seven language interfaces: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish or Russian. Online customer service is available via Factiva’s Membership Circle Web site, which provides comprehensive online support and account management tools. This plan, previously only in limited release, is now being made more widely available.

Customers can register for the Factiva.com Individual Subscription online using a credit card at www.factiva.com/individualsubscription. The annual fee for an Individual Subscription is $69. News tracking folders are $9.95 per month. Articles cost $2.95 each.

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