Constance Mitchell-Ford Set To Leave WSJ
Veteran editor Constance Mitchell-Ford is leaving The Wall Street Journal after 29 years. She stated that she will depart from the newspaper at the end of September. Mitchell-Ford was named real estate bureau chief in August 2008. She joined the paper in 1986 as an economics and business reporter and soon after began covering the credit and bonds markets. In 1993, she served as the economics editor for 14 years. Follow WSJ on Twitter for the latest real estate and housing coverage.
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