Edward Roussel

Chief Innovation Officer at The Wall Street Journal

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Edward Roussel is the Chief Innovation Officer at The Wall Street Journal. Edward has held this position since June 2013.


Roussel began their career in 1992 as a managing editor at Bloomberg LP. Edward held this position for more than a decade, during which time they also served as the London bureau chief, Paris bureau chief, and Brussels bureau chief. In 2006, they left Bloomberg to become the Executive Editor, Digital at Telegraph Media Group. Edward remained in this role until 2013, when they joined The Wall Street Journal as Chief Innovation Officer.


Under Roussel's leadership, The Wall Street Journal has won numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize and the George Polk Award.


Their manager is William Lewis, CEO & Publisher. Edward Roussel works with Jason P. Conti - General Counsel, Frank Filippo - EVP, Print Products & Services, and Matt Murray - Editor in Chief.

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