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‘WSJ.' magazine editor to step down

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New York—Tina Gaudoin, editor of WSJ. magazine, is stepping down from the role, according to an internal memo sent Thursday by Robert Thomson, editor in chief of Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal. Thomson said Gaudoin “will be moving to London with her family for personal reasons.”

Gaudoin will stay on to edit the September and October issues of the magazine and help in finding a replacement. In the memo, Thomson said that 80 new advertisers have been added to the Journal via WSJ.

Gaudoin will stay on as contributing editor, Thomson said.

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