L. Gordon Crovitz, of New York, is a former Wall Street Journal publisher and Dow Jones executive who was responsible for the growth of that company’s highly successful digital businesses, including The Wall Street Journal Online, MarketWatch, Barron’s Online, Dow Jones Newswires, Dow Jones Indexes and Factiva. He currently works as an advisor and director to information and technology companies, specializing in business transformations. He is the co-founder of Press+, a software company that powers digital subscriptions for publishers, and he also serves on the boards of directors of education publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and software companies Marin Software and Blurb and digital publisher Business Insider. Additionally, he writes the “Information Age” column for The Wall Street Journal and is on the advisory boards of several early-stage technology and information companies.
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