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WSJ Loses Staffer to New York Times

Mary Pilon is leaving the Wall Street Journal and heading to the New York Times. Pilon, who has been with the Journal since 2008, was most recently a Money Correspondent, covering personal finance, Wall Street and investing.

According to Pilon’s blog, she’ll be joining the Times as a Sports Reporter:

For over three years, I’ve worked with an incredible team of journalists at The Wall Street Journal. Through many a crisis, my colleagues here have proven to be completely unflappable, professional and passionate about great reporting. It’s a dynamite newsroom full of incredible people.

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