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Jacksonville Business Journal

Jacksonville Business Journal
Type Weekly Newspaper
Format Business
Owner(s) American City Business Journals
Publisher David Sillick
Editor John Burr
Founded 1985
Language English
Headquarters 200 W. Forsyth St.
Suite 1350
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Website Jacksonville Business Journal

The Jacksonville Business Journal is a weekly newspaper and website in Jacksonville, Florida. Part of the American City Business Journals, it covers business news in Jacksonville and Northeast Florida. It began publishing in 1985.[1]

The paid-circulation newspaper is published on Fridays and a digital edition of the newspaper is also published. The web site publishes business news and information throughout the week. A daily email of the day's news is available for email subscribers.

The Jacksonville Business Journal publishes annually a Book of Lists, which contains updated, ranked lists on a subjects including largest employers, largest companies, largest law firms, and similar lists. The Jacksonville Business Journal sells display advertising and classified advertising for its weekly newspaper and online advertising for its web site.


  1. ^ Jacksonville Business Journal -- Silver anniversary

External links

  • Business Journal of Jacksonville online
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