Lindsay Gellman Exits WSJ

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Lindsay Gellman has announced her departure from The Wall Street Journal. She will be heading to Berlin this fall to cover tech startups for a Fulbright fellowship. Gellman came to the paper in March 2013 as a reporting assistant for the Sunday Journal and became a reporter for the WSJ management bureau in early 2015. She has covered business education and the workplace, largely focusing on millennial workers. For the latest in finance, follow The Wall Street Journal on Twitter.

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