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January 18, 2008
Some interesting developments this week in the business press: Robert Frank was named news editor at The Wall Street Journal, which means he won't be the editor of its glossy magazine Pursuits, which means an outsider with actual magazine experience (and not in the Joanne Lipman sense) might be tapped for the role; Fast Company announced that former Microsoft blogging impresario Robert Scoble will lead the launch of an online video network on the magazine's Web site; and former New York Post city editor Dan Colarusso has resurfaced after has resurfaced after
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