Please stop showing any article from the Wall Strret journal since every time I click on it I can't see the artical since they want me to si
Don't pos t wall street journal articles since they require me to subscribe!
won't work for non-members. I have reported this problem before, but was told that without a link to the article, I couldn't be helped. If this is how WSJ tricks people into subscribing, then at the very least Yahoo should allow me to block their articles from showing up on my view.
Why give me updates on my stock picks from WSJ if they won't let me read their article without a prescription? I realize I am not the first person to post this idea, but I can't interpret the other person's headline so I am reposting this. I should be able to stop receiving updates linking to WSJ articles if they won't even let me read the article. If that angers them (WSJ), then YOU should work out a deal with them whereby YOUR users can view THEIR articles. Otherwise, stop providing so-called updates that link to empty WSJ pages.
i think its stupid to link to a wall street journal article that makes you pay them for a subscription to read the article.
you have a link to this article: http://us.lrd.yahoo.com/_ylt=AoCqp2v4z2BK3MvtlqYa0lGjuodG;_ylu=X3oDMTFqaWd2Ymg3BG1pdANBcnRpY2xlIEJvZHkEcG9zAzIEc2VjA01lZGlhQXJ0aWNsZUJvZHlBc3NlbWJseQ--;_ylg=X3oDMTJuazR0aDNuBGludGwDdXMEbGFuZwNlbi11cwRwc3RhaWQDNjY1MzYwZDktYWZmYS0zYzIyLWI4NGUtNmNiNzhjYjcxYjRmBHBzdGNhdANuZXdzBHB0A3N0b3J5cGFnZQ--;_ylv=0/SIG=132r5mklo/EXP=1356438510/**http%3A//online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323316804578161210311111272.html
But when you go there, you can't read anything but the title without a subscription. Do you want to alienate your users ???? i thought melissa mayer was supposed to improve yahoo, not frustrate and insult their shrinking user base.
I agree. No point in linking articles on a paid subscription site since you can't read them anyway.
Tim Klasell commented
You can filter by news source, but only when looking at individual stock quotes, not for an entire portfolio. There have been many complaints on this board about this and when Yahoo fixed the individual quote portion they claimed victory and took down all the posts. Yahoo needs to pay more attention to detail and fix the problem.
I haven't checked recently, but at least in the past you could configure (select) which news feeds you wanted to see in your stock news. Don't know about WSJ specifically though.
And all the other "have to pay for' teasers!
I agree, but usually there is [$$] before the link so you know not to click on it. I also keep flash player disabled except when I really want to use it and I hate the links that go straight to a video without showing [video] or a symbol before them.
Here's another article, not WSJ:
I am not interested in being tricked to reading paragraphs either. I would like the ability to completely block certain sites' headlines from showing up in my news. In these cases I would block WSJ and Barrons because I'm never going to join their sites.
Sorry, I didn't think to link to it when I posted this.
I went back and reviewed articles for NOK on Monday and there are no WSJ listed anymore. Not sure how or why, but it happens regularly so the next time one pops up (and won't allow me to view it), I will link/post it here.