We’re now in Day 8 of the Journal‘s Greater New York section and Michael Wolff has rendered early judgment: He’s not a fan.
It’s a museum of insipid newspaper-isms. There’s the flat-footed and obvious: “Video Image Search Proves Painstaking.” The encomiums to anyone who seems the least civic-minded: “Quick-witted Office Praised.” The belabored metaphors: Read More
Before he even had one byline for the paper, Yankees beat reporter Jim Baumbach has left The Journal. He is returning to Newsday.
“It’s over. He made a decision. We’re moving forward,” said John Seeley, the editor of The Journal‘s Greater New York section.
“Happy to be home!” tweeted Mr. Baumbach earlier today.
Sources familiar with the Read More
“We are a national newspaper with a New York heart,” said Les Hinton, the publisher of The Wall Street Journal, in his British accent. “We are, after all, named after a famous Manhattan street.”
It was just after 9am on Monday morning, and Mr. Hinton was providing opening remarks at the Journal‘s launch breakfast for Read More
“Good journalism is an expensive commodity,” said Rupert Murdoch at a Federal Trade Commission conference in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Mr. Murdoch is ready to roll out a budget of $15 million for his new New York edition of The Wall Street Journal, an insider familiar with the project Read More