Alan Murray Leaves WSJ for Pew Research Center


Alan Murray is leaving the Wall Street Journal, where he has been since 1983, to become president of the Pew Research Center. Murray  came to the Journal as a reporter covering economic policy, and worked his way up from there.

Murray most recently served as the paper’s online deputy managing editor and executive editor. Raju Narisetti will succeed him.

“Digital is a land of many metrics, and the metrics during Alan’s reign have been extraordinary,” said Robert Thomson, Dow Jones’ editor-in-chief and the Journal’s managing editor, in a memo.

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