/C O R R E C T I O N -- 24/7 Wall St., LLC/
January 11, 2017 --
In the news release, 24/7 Wall St. Launches City Statistics Web Sites in 20 Major Cities, issued 11-Jan-2017 by 24/7 Wall St., LLC over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that in the second sentence of the fifth paragraph, the broken hyperlinks that were issued inadvertently have been corrected. The complete, corrected release follows:
24/7 Wall St. Launches City Statistics Web Sites in 20 Major Cities
NEW YORK, Jan. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Financial news and opinion Web site 24/7 Wall St. today announced the launch of city statistics Web sites for 20 major U.S. cities. These sites will give residents in each city information about its metro demographics, municipal financials and government performance, economies and businesses.
Each city statistics Web site is created from 24/7 Wall St.'s database, which the publication has used for seven years to produce stories about important trends across the U.S. and across the globe, and in America's cities, and states. Many of the articles, particularly those about education, race, crime, real estate, and state and city management have become benchmarks used by national media outlets. 24/7 Wall St. stories appear regularly at MSN, AOL, Yahoo!, The Huffington Post, USA Today, and CNN MoneyStream.
24/7 Wall St.'s new city sites have interactive tables, which compare each metropolitan areas income, housing, population, labor, crime, and health figures to those of all other major metro areas in the same state, to the national average, and to the highest and lowest rankings among the nation's 381 metro areas.
Each city's Web site has versions of 24/7 Wall St. national stories about that city and where each metro ranks within the context of these articles based on research and reporting for the entire country. Each of the city sites is updated with two or three stories every week which focus on the unique data for its metro.
24/7 sites are branded with the name of the city, followed by the word stats (Detroitstats). The 20 city sites covered are Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Hartford, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Louisville, Miami, Nashville, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco, and Washington D.C.
Each cities site includes video content to add a multimedia element to some of its stories.
The sites, will be supported by local advertising or partnerships with local media. 24/7's city statistics Web sites are designed to supplement and not compete with local media.
24/7 Wall St. is among America's largest independent financial websites. The company was founded in 2006. In addition to extensive stories based on statistical data. 24/7 Wall St. covers, the global economy, public corporation performance, and financial markets. 24/7 Wall St.'s most well read articles include: "The Best and Worst Run States: A Survey of All 50", "The Best American Cities to Live In", "America's Most Dangerous Cities", The Worst Companies to Work For", "The States Which Will Never Legalize Marijuana", "The States With The Worst Gun Violence", "The 10 Worst States for Black Americans", and "Cities Where You Don't Want To Get Sick".
24/7 Wall St., LLC is a Delaware corporation, which runs a financial news and opinion company with content delivered over the Internet. The company's articles are republished by many of the largest news sites and portals, including MSN Money, Yahoo! Finance, MarketWatch, Time.com, USAToday, and The Huffington Post. The company publishes over 30 articles per day and has readers throughout North America, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
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