Warren H. Phillips, Longtime Wall Street Journal Publisher, Dies at 92


Warren H. Phillips, who started at The Wall Street Journal as a $40-a-week proofreader and then vaulted through the ranks to become its publisher and the chief executive of its parent, Dow Jones & Company, died on Friday at his home in Bridgehampton, N.Y. He was 92.

His daughter Lisa Phillips confirmed the death.

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