The Wall Street Journal has added a third page to its opinion section and moved some other columns to other parts of the paper, reports the Associated Press.
The AP story stated, “The changes, detailed in a note to readers Monday, include adding three weekly columnists to the opinion section, including former Journal publisher Gordon Crovitz, who will write a column on technology.
“Crovitz left the paper in December after its parent company Dow Jones & Co. was sold to Murdoch’s News Corp.
“A regular book review feature will move to the opinion page Monday through Friday from the Personal Journal section, where it had run Tuesday through Thursday.
“Also, a series of regular columns that had appeared on the front of the Marketplace section, including technology columnist Walter Mossberg, will now appear in the Personal Journal section, said Journal spokesman Robert Christie.”
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