Jan 04, 2017 / by Cision Media Research

The Wall Street Journal is continuing its restructuring and has bid farewell to Scott Thurm, Ron Winslow, and John Emshwiller. Thurm had served as the senior deputy technology editor since 2013, and originally joined the paper in 1998 as a senior editor. Winslow departs The WSJ after over 30 years at the publication, where he had served as a reporter, news editor, writer, and bureau chief over the course of his tenure. Finally, senior national correspondent John Emshwiller is leaving the newspaper as well, after serving as a senior special writer and bureau chief  since joining the paper in 1982. Follow The Wall Street Journal on Twitter.

h/t Talking Biz News

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