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Why Wait For Rupe? WSJ's Brauchli Shuffles Editors
June 15, 2007
Marcus Brauchli, the incoming managing editor of The Wall Street
Journal (replacing the retiring Paul Steiger) began to put his stamp
on the paper this week with a dramatic reshuffling of top-ranking editors. The question on everyone's
minds, however, is how long will it take for Rupert Murdoch to reshuffle
them again once he buys
the paper? (The cognoscenti are more convinced than ever that it's a
question of when, not if.) In ...
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