The new USA Today is dropping its stock pages -- finally -- and replacing them with something much more abbreviated. The
paper's newspaper's new press kit outlining changes also says that other media must follow the paper's newspaper's usage style. Word-for-word from the kit:
- A new America’s Markets page that highlights how the average American investor is trading and what to watch for on Wall Street. This page replaces the stock pages, but not the commitment to bringing readers the latest market information. For the latest stock prices, consumers can go to USATODAY.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- USA TODAY must appear on the same line, do not break between lines of text. When referring to the newspaper, state as USA TODAY, two words, all caps. Never use USAT, USA Today and avoid breaking from line to line. Refer to USA TODAY as the 'newspaper' but never the 'paper.'