Daily Journal Corporation

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Daily Journal Corporation
Type Public (NASDAQDJCO)
Industry Publishing
Founded 1986
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Key people Charles T. Munger, Chairman
Gerald Salzman, CEO
Revenue Increase $37.6 million USD (FY 2010)
Employees 195 (as of 2011)
Website http://www.dailyjournal.com/

Daily Journal Corporation is a legal publishing company headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Its chairman is Charles T. Munger, who is notable for being vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway.[1][2]

The Daily Journal Corporation publishes legal newspapers in California and Arizona.

The Daily Journal Corporation's largest publications are the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals and California Lawyer. The Daily Journal provides news of interest to Californian lawyers and includes profiles of judges, appellate decisions and other legal information.

The company specializes in public notice advertising, publishing state-mandated notices of death, fictitious business names, and trustee sale notices.

SUSTAIN Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of the company, develops software used to administer court cases. In December 2012, the Daily Journal acquired New Dawn Technologies, developers of the JustWare | Solution Suite, based in Logan, Utah. In late 2013, the Daily Journal acquired ISD Corporation.

Publications[edit]

  • San Francisco Daily Journal
  • Los Angeles Daily Journal
  • California Lawyer (magazine)
  • Daily Commerce (Los Angeles)
  • Business Journal (Riverside)
  • The Daily Recorder (Sacramento)
  • The Inter-City Express (Oakland)
  • Orange County Reporter
  • San Jose Post-Record
  • San Diego Commerce
  • The Record Reporter (Phoenix)

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