WSJ, Where The Women Are (Not)?

Jeff Bercovici explores what he calls the “woman problem” at The Wall Street Journal, which he describes as “if not a pattern” of increased boy’s clubbishness since Murdoch bought the paper, then “at least a confluence worthy of comment.”

My favorite part:

“There are some ‘To be sures,’” says one staffer, referring to the sentence in any trend story where inconvenient counterexamples are dispensed with, “but I think the boys-clubbiness of Murdoch and Thomson’s management structure is hard to ignore.”

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Liz Cox Barrett is a writer at CJR.