When I was younger, twenty years younger, I subscribed to the WSJ, Forbes and Barrons. Though I am retaining my subscription to the WSJ (my wife wants it for one of my older sons), I am letting my subscriptions to Forbes and Barrons lapse. What good that they do, I can get online. (I will probably keep my Barrons Online, but dump WSJ Online.)
I just don’t get enough from Forbes to justify reading it anymore. Their lists are a convenient way to fill space, and the advertising to articles ratio is high. I like Barron’s, but I can read it online. As for the Wall Street Journal Online, it may already be free.
I learned a lot from all of these publications when I was younger, but time is shorter now, and I get more information from online sources at present.