Subscribe to selected WWD.com RSS feeds to receive the latest news on your desktop.To view one of the feeds in your RSS reader:
- Copy the URL for the desired feed
- Paste the URL into your RSS reader
WHAT ARE RSS FEEDS?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." RSS feeds are a popular method of gathering news and information from a variety of Web sites and presenting them in a single, convenient location, such as a Web browser or a stand-alone application known as a news reader. The daily headlines from WWD.com are now available as RSS news feeds.
HOW DO I USE RSS?
To view RSS feeds, you need an RSS news reader. The reader allows you to collect and display RSS feeds. There are many readers available and most are free. Some popular readers include Google Reader, Feedreader, FeedDemon and My Yahoo!.
Follow the instructions for your particular news reader and paste the URL you selected in the location for the feed to which you wish to subscribe.
RSS feeds from WWD.com are provided solely for the purpose of allowing individuals to view headlines from WWD.com within news readers for their personal, noncommercial use.