Apr 14, 2017 / by Cision Media Research

The WSJ Washington Bureau has announced the appointment of two new bureau chiefs: Jeanne Cummings and John Stoll. Cummings has spent the past two years in the DC bureau as a political editor. She has previously worked at the WSJ for 10 years covering the White House, money and politics before also serving as a founding member of Politico and a political editor at Bloomberg in Washington. Stoll has worked both abroad and throughout the US at Dow Jones, AFP, Reuters, Ford Motor Co. and AutoWeek. Follow the Wall Street Journal on Twitter

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