Albany bureau chief Danny Hakim will leave the state capital for London, where he will take over as the European economic correspondent.
“After two plum assignments – in Detroit and Albany – Danny Hakim is taking a turn at a hardship posting, as Business Day’s European economic correspondent based in London,”said an email that went out to staff earlier today. The move was first reported by Talking Biz News.
The New York Times‘ architecture critic Nicolai Ouroussoff will leave the newspaper at the end of this month to work on a book.
“He’s a critic whose seven-year run has been distinguished by qualities of unfailing intelligence and integrity and the kind of relentless journalistic drive that propelled a worldwide search for steel-and-concrete manifestations of Read More
Former Staten Island Congressman Michael McMahon will join the government practice group at Herrick, Feinstein, the law firm announced today in a press release.
McMahon, who served on the City Council before being elected to Congress in 2009, was narrowly defeated in November by Michael Grimm. Since then, McMahon has been rumored for future Read More
Earlier this month, James Gordon Meek resigned his position as the terrorism reporter for the New York Daily News–a post he had held for 8 of his 13 years on the beat–and accepted an offer to become a senior investigator on the House Committee on Homeland Security.
“It’s a pretty intense period right now and Read More
Newly minted New York Times Magazine editor Hugo Lindgren has named his former New York magazine colleague Lauren Kern as his deputy editor, Fishbowl NY reports.
The two worked together at New York for five years, but both have since left the magazine. Mr. Lindgren became the executive editor at Bloomberg Businessweek Read More
Daily Beast editor-in-chief Tina Brown announced earlier this afternoon that she hired The Washington Post’s Howard Kurtz to take over as her website’s Washington Bureau chief.
“It was a hard decision for me to make because newsprint is in my veins and I have worked here for almost three decades,” Mr. Kurtz told Read More
Moves, New Editors
Daily Beast editor-in-chief Tina Brown announced this afternoon that Howard Kurtz, The Washington Post‘s media critic and an investigative reporter, will be taking over as the site’s Washington Bureau chief. “Howie knows that today the interaction of media and politics is the story,” Ms. Brown wrote in the announcement. “He combines integrity and Read More
Chris Rovzar reported this morning that Mark Pasetsky is out as editor-in-chief of OK!, but he’ll stay on as a managing editor for now. Mr. Pasetsky, a former Life & Style editor, has been running the stateside edition of OK! for the last year. Before him the magazine had four editors in a Read More
The National Journal announced this morning that Adam Kushner is coming on as deputy magazine editor. Mr. Kushner was most recently a senior editor and writer on the foreign desk at Newsweek and, until 2007, an editor at The New Republic. At TNR, Mr. Kushner took a special interest in the web, overseeing the relaunch Read More
Two weeks after Brandon Holley took over at Lucky, the magazine’s creative director and managing editor are out the door.
Stefano Tonchi hired away Lucky‘s managing editor Regan Solmo to fill in for Larry Karol, who is leaving W to manage Architectural Digest when it moves to New York. Mr. Karol’s heart is in Read More