Volume 26, Number 6

Wall Street Journal‘s retiring style editor signs off on his monthly bulletin after 27 years. Parting advice includes: “Breathalyzer” takes a capital B. “Scrapyard” is one word. Last but not least: “Publishing operations of the former News Corp., including Dow Jones & Co. and The Wall Street Journal, now are under the umbrella of News Corp – still two words but with no period after Corp, except at the end of a sentence, of course” (1,000 words)

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