Yesterday at The Wall Street Journal, there were resignation announcements, multi-million dollar severance packages, and plans for trans-atlantic trips. And over the next few months, the shakeup is likely to continue.
Rupert Murdoch takes formal control of Dow Jones and The Journal on Dec. 13, but he moved yesterday to install two trusted lieutenants, and Read More
After less than two years on the job—and just a week before Rupert Murdoch takes formal control of Dow Jones—the company’s CEO, Richard Zannino, has resigned.
"Dow Jones is about to begin a new chapter," Mr. Zannino said in a statement. "Dow Jones fits perfectly into News Corp., and Rupert and I have been discussing Read More
Today, on Dow Jones’ third quarter conference call, CEO Richard Zannino discussed whether the company might bring down the paywall on The Wall Street Journal’s web site, a move that has been widely speculated about since Rupert Murdoch’s bid for Dow Jones was accepted this summer.
"Our interests are entirely aligned with News Corp.’s interest Read More