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Wall Street Journal Cuts Newsroom Staffers

WSJ-twitter-logoOver the past few weeks, The Wall Street Journal has cut between 20 and 40 staffers “as part of a re-evaluation of its newsroom,” according to The New York Times. The staffers let go include veteran reporters and editors.

The cuts haven’t been announced yet, though surely word has spread within the paper’s newsroom.

In a statement, a Dow Jones spokesperson told the Times that the company was analyzing the Journal’s operations “to target areas for growth and deploy our resources globally” and as a result, “we will be eliminating certain positions.”

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