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Financial Journo Terri Cullen Joins Reuters

Terri Cullen.jpgTerri Cullen, one of the founding members of The Wall Street Journal Online, is joining Reuters next week as wealth management editor.

In her new role, Cullen, a financial journalist, author and television and radio commentator, will edit the personal investing coverage on Reuters.com and serve as editorial lead for a new service the company is launching later this year.

The new wealth management initiative, “will leverage Thomson Reuters business to business wealth assets in an effort to create an online consumer offering for Reuters.com’s vast audience of affluent, business professionals,” the company explained today. (Sounds similar to The Wall Street Journal Professional Edition.)

Cullen has previously worked for the Journal, helping to launch WSJ.com in 1995 and working as an editor and columnist covering personal finance and financial markets for the next 13 years.

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Fewer Than 8.3 Staffers to Touch a WSJ Article

nm_wall_st_journal_070727_ms.jpgAre there more cuts on the way at The Wall Street Journal? Could be. Portfolio is reporting that the paper is in the midst of giving exit packages to around half a dozen top-ranking staffers including Carol Hymowitz, who writes “In The Lead,” Terri Cullen, author of “Fiscally Fit,” and Tom Weber, who co-writes the Buzzwatch blog. Unlike some recent top-level departures, none of these will be too surprising or abrupt particularly in light of the fact the Journal has reorganized more than once over the past few months.

However, there are also rumors that ahead of their move to midtown the WSJ may be about cut a large number of copy editors currently based at the paper’s office in the far off land of South Brunswick, NJ. Of course, as Jon Fine points out, this may all be part of Rupert Murdoch’s effort to reduce the number of hands that touch a WSJ story.