Media Briefs: Dow Jones takes on deputy chiefs for WSJ

Growth has prompted Dow Jones to take on for the first time two deputy chiefs for its The Wall Street Journal/The Wall Street Journal Europe bureau in London. ’The London bureau has doubled from ten to 20 people over the last five years,’ said bureau chief Bob Hagerty. ’There is a lot more co-ordinating, planning and editing to be done.’ Charles Goldsmith and Wade Lambert have been promoted from within the group to fill the positions.

Growth has prompted Dow Jones to take on for the first time two

deputy chiefs for its The Wall Street Journal/The Wall Street Journal

Europe bureau in London. ’The London bureau has doubled from ten to 20

people over the last five years,’ said bureau chief Bob Hagerty. ’There

is a lot more co-ordinating, planning and editing to be done.’ Charles

Goldsmith and Wade Lambert have been promoted from within the group to

fill the positions.



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