'WSJ' Remains Top-Selling U.S. Paper

Electronic edition copies soar 22 percent

The Wall Street Journal, boosted by a 22 percent increase in sales of its electronic edition, has held on to its crown as the top-selling U.S. newspaper. The WSJ’s total average circulation rose 1.2 percent, to 2.1 million, which included 504,734 digital non-replica copies.