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August 21, 2007
Like a fish -- say, a gleaming bluefin tuna that Rupert Murdochreeled in for months -- will The Wall Street Journal's staff rot from the head down after its purchase by News Corp.? It certainly seems that way after Dow Jones VP Paul Ingrassiaannounced his slow-motion resignation (he's sticking around for the rest of the year, but sometime after New Year's, he's gone) on Tuesday. Ingrassia insisted his decision had nothing to do with News Corp. buying the company, and he might even be telling the truth -- he was passed over for the top job ...
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