Wall Street Journal Digital Network President Gordon McLeod Resigns

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Wall Street Journal Digital Network president Gordon McLeod announced in an internal email to staffers that he was leaving the company, Silicon Alley Insider reported.

McLeod told paidContent he had no details on his future plans, saying, “I definitely want to keep doing bigger and more business building in digital.”
From McLeod’s email, via Silicon Alley Insider:

Today I am announcing my resignation as president of the Wall Street Journal Digital Network.

A lot has changed in the digital world since I joined you four years ago. While I’m extremely proud of the growth in our digital business over that time, I’m now looking forward to exploring new opportunities.

My last day in the office will be Friday, Oct. 1. Until then I will be working closely with (Dow Jones president Todd Larsen), my senior management team, and leaders across this company to make sure that my departure is seamless. During this time please call me if I can help you in any way.