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Tina Gaudoin, editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal’s glossy luxury play WSJ., is resigning “for personal reasons."

WEEK MOVES: Fortune publisher Hugh Wiley joined the list of ex-Time Inc. staffers at Bloomberg LP on Wednesday when he decamped for BusinessWeek. He will inherit the publisher’s mantle officially on June 28, the same day outgoing BusinessWeek publisher Jessica Sibley begins at The Week. Wiley’s spot on the BusinessWeek masthead will make for a sales-side complement to the former Time Inc. employees currently holding down top editorial slots at the title. Bloomberg hired editor Josh Tyrangiel away from Time, where he was deputy managing editor, shortly after it acquired BusinessWeek in October; deputy editor Eric Pooley is a former managing editor of Fortune, and Bloomberg Media chief content officer Norman Pearlstine was editor in chief for all of Time Inc. for a decade. Wiley’s departure from Time Inc. comes three months after the company installed Jed Hartman in the new position of group publisher for Fortune and CNNMoney.

— Matthew Lynch



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