Report: Possible changes to WSJ's page one staff

The Wall Street Journal’s page one staff is the latest victim of News Corp.’s makeover of the financial newspaper of record, according to...

The Wall Street Journal’s page one staff is the latest victim of News Corp.’s makeover of the financial newspaper of record, according to Gawker.


News Corp. will soon change page one editor Mike Williams’ title to “roving features editor,” and will promote Money and Investing editor Nick Deogun to deputy managing editor, a tipster tells the Web site.


Deputy managing editor for news Bill Grueskin left the Journal last week for Columbia University, less than a month after former publisher – and Times of London editor - Robert Thomson moved into the managing editor’s office.


Marcus Brauchli, appointed managing editor when the Bancroft family controlled the Journal, resigned in April.

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