Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Has the Former Markets Editor for the Online Wall Street Journal Changed His Writing Style?

Mark Gongloff was the Online WSJ's Markets Editor at the same time he was lording over the Journal's Energy Roundup blog. Rather a full plate. He moved over to the paper to do the Ahead of the Tape column  and was the interim poobah at MarketBeat before Steve Russolitto took over.

He subsequently decamped Rupertstan for the Huffington Post.
From the HuffPo:
Too Big To Fail, China Style: Seven And A Half Things To Know: 
You may not be able to believe your Body Mass Index, but you better believe there are seven and a half things you need to know each day. Here they are:

Thing One: Too Big To Fail, China Edition: What does the premiere of communist China have in common with the conservative president of the Dallas Federal Reserve? Aside from their shared love for the country stylings of Rascal Flatts? Both want to break up ginormous banks.

Chinese Premiere Wen Jiabao went all Han Dynasty on the bank's asses in a national radio address yesterday...MORE
I can't put my finger on it but something seems different, maybe it's the lack of the stipple (not pointillist) HedCut drawings on page one. Hmmm...