Wall Street Journal Loses Deborah Solomon, Adds Jeanne Cummings

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Wall Street Journal editor Deborah Solomon has left the publication for a role with Finsbury, a communications firm where she will be based out of Washington and New York. Solomon was named editor for the financial regulatory and law enforcement groups at WSJ in March 2013, after serving as an editorial columnist for Bloomberg View for a little over a year. Prior to that she had been with WSJ from 2000 until 2012, and was briefly a reporter for USA Today from 1999 until 2000.

Jeanne Cummings is slated to rejoin WSJ in July from her current role as deputy editor at Bloomberg. Cummings was previously on staff in the Washington bureau from 1997 to 2007 in a variety of roles leaving for POLITICO in 2007. ‘Like’ the Wall Street Journal on Facebook for the latest business news.

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