Thomson: Up To 290 WSJ Reporters Would Be Jobless If Site Had Gone Free

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WSJ Managing Editor Robert Thomson is known for his one-line zingers. He famously told Google (NSDQ: GOOG) VP Marissa Mayer earlier this fall that her search engine was encouraging “promiscuity.” He also riled some writers at the WSJ just after his arrival by declaring that some of the paper’s longer-form stories had the

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