WSJ Names Deputy Managing Editor
NEW YORK (AP) _ The Wall Street Journal has named Joanne Lipman to the post of deputy managing editor.
Lipman, 39, previously served as editor of the newspaper’s Weekend Journal section, which she launched in 1998. Her promotion includes the title of editor-in-chief of Weekend Journal, which she will continue to supervise.
Lipman, now one of four deputy managing editors, also will work on the paper’s graphic design applications and editorial coverage. Lipman joined the newspaper in 1983 after graduating from Yale University. As a reporter, she covered beats including insurance, real estate and advertising.
The Journal is published by Dow Jones & Co.