Dow Jones (NYSE: NWS) has relaunched Wealth-Bulletin, the private banking news site it picked up earlier this year, and plans to launch a print spin-off of the site. The new design bears an uncanny resemblance to Times Online and includes headlines from Dow Jones itself and its Financial News title. But it works both ways — the publisher will start running Wealth-Bulletin as a printed magazine packaged for the 120,000 readers of Wall Street Journal Europe and the printed Financial News, beginning May 19. David Bain moved up to editorial director across Financial News and Wealth-Bulletin in February.
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