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‘WSJ' names Delaney managing editor of wsj.com

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New York—News Corp.'s Dow Jones & Co. announced that Kevin Delaney will take over as managing editor of The Wall Street Journal Online. He succeeds Rebecca Blumenstein, who was named international editor-deputy managing editor of the Journal on Monday. Delaney had been deputy managing editor of WSJ.com since July 2008. Before joining WSJ.com, he was a senior special writer in the San Francisco bureau.
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