WSJ’s New York bureau to be staffed with about three dozen people

New York Observer
That’s three times more than the dozen or so the Journal had planned for just three months ago, reports John Koblin. He says WSJ’s New York edition, which launches April 12, is looking increasingly like the now defunct New York Sun. The bureau will be led by ex-Sun managing editor John Seeley, who has hired ex-colleagues.

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