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Management shuffle at WSJ.com

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New York--Dow Jones & Co. has shuffled its editorial lineup and the management responsibilities within its Consumer Electronic Group, including The Wall Street Journal online. The moves were announced Friday and come shortly after across-the-board job cuts at Dow Jones that included layoffs at WSJ.com. Bill Grueskin was named managing editor of WSJ.com, succeeding Rich Jaroslovsky, who will become a senior editor at the print Journal. Dow Jones also named Neil Budde as chief product officer for the electronic publishing unit, a new role that supplements his duties as publisher of WSJ.com, and Todd Larsen was named general manager of electronic publishing.
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