Providence Journal cuts standalone business section
The Providence Journal has cut the pages it’s devoting to business news, according to a column from executive editor Thomas Heslin.
The economic and financial news will appear in a new section called projoNation. On Sunday, a new section will debut called projoConsumer.
Heslin writes, “The Sunday Journal will carry a new section to help you get by in the 21st-century economy. Youâ€™ll find reports on consumer news and information, product recalls, credit cards, technology, job hunts, road alerts affecting the daily job commute, and the special ‘Wall Street Journal Sunday’ report.”
He later adds, “The pages formerly allocated for the Business section, and the space formerly allocated to the Sunday Extra section, have been reallocated to improve your reading experiences.”
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