Here’s the Dow Jones “Special Committee’s Statement” about its helplessness — which has been entirely evident from the beginning — in the wake of Murdoch’s ridding himself of the Wall Street Journal’s managing editor, a journalist who was part of the old regime.
Again, it’s his company’s paper now, and he and his team get to make these decisions. But the Not-so-Special Committee was always an unfunny joke, and clearly was designed that way.
These folks get paid $100,000 a year for their supposed work. What a crock.
They are: Susan Phillips, Tom Bray, Louis Boccardi, Jack Fuller and Nicholas Negroponte
They are apparently shameless. How do they look in the mirror?