WSJ managing editor expected to resign

NEW YORK: Wall Street Journal managing editor Marcus Brauchli is expected to resign as soon as April 22, according to a report in the Journal. The departure would come 11 months after Brauchli accepted the position and four months after the Journal’s parent company, Dow Jones & Co., was acquired by News Corp. for $5.16 billion. Journal publisher Robert Thomson might fill the position as interim managing editor, according to the report.

NEW YORK: Wall Street Journal managing editor Marcus Brauchli is expected to resign as soon as April 22, according to a report in the Journal. The departure would come 11 months after Brauchli accepted the position and four months after the Journal’s parent company, Dow Jones & Co., was acquired by News Corp. for $5.16 billion. Journal publisher Robert Thomson might fill the position as interim managing editor, according to the report.

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