The Wall Street Journal‘s economics editor David Wessel is going to the Brookings Institute, where he will direct the new Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy. Read More
Ravi Somaiya is joining the Times media desk, he announced on Twitter this evening. Read More
Richard Nordwind is moving from calendar editor to film editor at The Los Angeles Times, the paper announced in an email that went out to the newsroom this afternoon. Read More
Abby Huntsman is leaving HuffPost Live to become a co-host and resident Republican on MSNBC’s The Cycle. Ms. Huntsman, who has been a host at Huffington Post’s 12-hour live-streaming news network since it launched last year, announced her departure on a segment about major moves in media on HuffPost Live this afternoon.
“It’s a very bittersweet moment,” Ms. Huntsman said. “I’m leaving; you heard it here first. I am joining MSNBC’s The Cycle.” Read More
Megan McArdle is leaving Newsweek for Bloomberg View, where she will cover the economy, business, politics and national affairs as a columnist.
“Megan is an extraordinary writer and thinker,” David Shipley, executive editor of Bloomberg View, said in an announcement today. “Few people have done a better job chronicling the economic, corporate and technological disruptions of the last decade. She’s going to make a lot of readers—those who have followed her for years and those who will discover her at Bloomberg—smarter and happier. We’re thrilled that she’s joining the team.” Read More
Cyndi Stivers is leaving The Columbia Journalism Review, where she was editor in chief, to become as editor in chief of AOL.com, AOL’s Chris Grosso announced in a blog post this afternoon. In her new role, Ms. Strivers will be in charge of editorial and programming across the AOL homepage, all associated apps and syndicated feeds. Read More
Evelyn Rusli is leaving the The New York Times to become the West Coast technology correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Ms. Rusli has been writing about Wall Street and technology for DealBook, Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Times’ business blog, since 2010. Read More