The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has named Sarabjit ‘Ruby’ Walia as chief technology officer for its digital network.
Walia will manage the technology across WSJ.com and Dow Jones’ sister websites Barrons and MarketWatch.
He joins the Journal from business and financial communications consultancy Financial Dynamics.
“Ruby’s success leading digital technology businesses within large media companies in this space will ensure our ability to innovate and continue to bring users the most effective digital experiences possible to our millions of loyal users,” said Gordon McLeod, president of the WSJ digital network, in a press release.
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