Less than two years after joining Dow Jones as CEO and publisher of The Wall Street Journal, Lex Fenwick is leaving the company.
Dow Jones on Thursday confirmed reports that have been swirling for some time: the popular tech news site All Things Digital and The Wall Street Journal are divorcing.
Buyouts have been offered to employees of The Wall Street Journal and DowJones Newswires, Romenesko reported, citing a tip from an anonymous Journal staffer.
News Corp. named Bloomberg LP executive Lex Fenwick as its new CEO of The Wall Street Journal parent Dow Jones & Co., ending a search that began after Les Hinton left in July, a casualty of the phone-hacking scandal that’s embroiled the company in Britain.
Dow Jones-owned SmartMoney.com has launched a new tool to educate its readers about the world of personal finance—with help from online dictionary startup Wordnik.
The Wall Street Journal is about to get a new look, one that will bring more color to the traditionally staid business paper, and that could help it attract advertisers.
Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton is resigning from his position, becoming the latest (and first American) casualty of the News Corp. phone hacking scandal.