All good things must come to an end. The Chief Executive Officer of Rupert Murdoch’s Dow Jones, Lex Fenwick, is leaving the News Corp subsidiary, according to an announcement posted on the company’s website. Fenwick joined Dow Jones in 2010 after 25 years at Bloomberg LP, and oversaw the development of DJX, a product designed to compete with Bloomberg LP’s wire service. Fenwick was also the subject of an ex-Bloomberg employee’s unhinged resignation letter. The pertinent bit:

{Fon Lex fen} *Former CEO* …I'd love to smack the heroine needle out of your arm and shove it up your purple suited arsse you loud mouth tasteless family size bag o' douche…no wonder you're always screaming at everyone, you probably need a fix you amy winehouse hermaphradite bbc walking fashion fopa….quiet the fuk down, join narcotics anonymous, and stop wearing suits that match the neon colored rooms of the building….peter g. Runs the show, everyone knows that, fukin court jesture…and soomee, rock on…done

News Corps’ Chief Operating Officer, William Lewis, will fill in for Fenwick until a permanent replacement is found.

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