Cathy Panagoulias, former WSJ deputy ME, dies at 70


Cathy Panagoulias, a former Wall Street Journal deputy managing editor who was a fierce advocate for young staffers and had a key role in publishing the paper after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, died after a brief illness.

She was 70.

Among her roles, Panagoulias had been the journal’s national editor, running all U.S. news coverage from 1995 to 2000, and supervised technology coverage before that for five years during the internet revolution.

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