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July 14, 2006
Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal are heading back to the future by appointing former Dow Jones Newswires president Paul Ingrassia to head up the team planning "Journal 3.0: Newspaper for the Digital Age," which may eventually lead to an equal union of the paper, the newswires, and the online reporters at Marketwatch and WSJ.com. That isn't likely to happen until the paper's managing editor, Paul Stieger, retires next year, but it would likely be greeted as a welcome step by everyone who doesn't work at the paper itself, and is thus relegated to second-class ...
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