WSJ restaurant critic Sokolov resigns after being asked to change beats

NYTimes.com
Raymond Sokolov says editors told him the Journal is abandoning restaurant criticism, and asked him to report on food trends. He declined. A WSJ spokeswoman says: "We are not abandoning restaurant reviews and are still committed broadly to food coverage."

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