THINKING CREATIVELY: Just over a week after the launch of the new Wall Street Journal magazine, WSJ., the newspaper may have bigger plans for the magazine’s creative director, Tomaso Capuano. Known both for his work at the Financial Times’ How to Spend It magazine and later the Times of London — where he worked under new Journal managing editor Robert Thomson — Capuano is said to be in talks with the Journal to have a bigger role on the paper’s visual side. The Journal has not had a creative director since Joe Dizney left in 2006, and Capuano’s responsibilities could include the newspaper and the Web site (which unveiled a redesign this week), according to people at the paper. A spokesman for the Journal declined comment.
— Irin Carmon