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The Wall Street Journal and AllThingsD Part Ways

Dow Jones & Co.’s The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) cut ties with, a technology news website launched by Dow Jones in 2007. As part of the separation, WSJ’s technology columnist Walt Mossberg will resign at the end of 2013 when the partnership’s contract expires.

The decision not to renew the partnership was mutual, according to Gerard Baker, WSJ editor-in-chief. Mossberg, who has been writing a Personal Technology column for WSJ since 1991, founded AllThingsD as a business inside the WSJ framework, but now wishes to “move to a more independent structure.”

AllThingsD co-founder Kara Swisher, a former WSJ columnist, will work with Mossberg to secure a new partnership for the website.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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