IT'S HARD TO TELL, BUT THERE ARE ONLY THREE STORIES ON THIS FRONT PAGE Journal As part of his growing head-to-head battle with the New York Times, Wall Street Journal owner Rupert Murdoch has pushed through a major redesign of the paper. Newsweek, which notes the mogul's personal attention to the changes, reports that, "Along with the refocused front page, Murdoch is effectively relaunching the entire A section as a catchall for general news. As of Monday, the second section, Marketplace, becomes home to the Journal's coverage of corporate America, while the third section, Money and Investing, remains the showcase for news of the financial markets and investing. A culture section is under development for a fall debut in the Journal's weekend edition, and Murdoch has added a weekly sports page. The op-ed section, famous for its erudite and influential espousal of conservative ideology, will grow to three pages from two." And those op-ed changes are pretty interesting:
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