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July 16, 2013: Tasha Green has been named men's style editor at WSJ Weekend and WSJ. She had been fashion news director at Departures. (FishbowlNY)

November 27, 2012: Magnus Berger has been named creative director at WSJ. He will continue as creative director at Berger & Wild. (release)

November 7, 2012: Elisa Lipsky-Karasz has been named fashion news and features director at WSJ. She had been features director at Harper's Bazaar. (FishbowlNY)

October 17, 2012: Nadia Vellam has been named photo director at T Magazine. She had been photo director at WSJ. (mb)

October 17, 2012: Kristina O'Neill has been named editor at WSJ. She had been executive editor at Harper's Bazaar. (release)

November 1, 2011: Kate Crane has been named copy chief at WSJ. She had been copy chief at Men's Journal. (mb)

June 17, 2010: Tina Gaudoin has been named contributing editor at WSJ. She had been editor-in-chief there. (FBNY)

April 6, 2010: Jolie Wernette-Horn has been named director of design at WSJ. She had been deputy art director at Harper's Bazaar. (release)

July 16, 2009: Anthony Cenname has been named multimedia director at The Wall Street Journal. He had been vice president and advertising director at Travel + Leisure. (release)

July 16, 2009: Andrea Norlander has been named associate publisher at WSJ. She had been executive director of creative services there. (release)

July 16, 2009: Ellen Asmodeo-Giglio has been named vice president of sales for Weekend Edition and the Luxury sales group at WSJ. She had been publisher there. (release)

July 16, 2009: Sophie Raptis has been named publisher at WSJ. She had been international business group head at Times Media in London. (release)

January 12, 2009: Alex Grossman has been named design director at WSJ. He had been art director at Cookie. (release)

April 10, 2008: Ellen Asmodeo has been named publisher at WSJ. She had been president of brands at Louise Blouin Media. (WWD)