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Inside the WSJ. Succession Scandal

Kristina O’Neill served as WSJ. magazine’s editor-in-chief for a decade.
Kristina O’Neill served as WSJ. magazine’s editor-in-chief for a decade. Photo: Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images for WSJ
Lauren Sherman
May 1, 2023

If there’s a plan to replace WSJ. magazine editor-in-chief Kristina O’Neill, who was sacked, to use a very British term, by new Wall Street Journal editor Emma Tucker last week, it’s not being shared with staffers, according to a number of people. Instead, Tucker’s missive is to “carry on” as usual.