Boston Herald business editor leaving
Greg Gatlin, the business editor at the Boston Herald, is leaving the paper to become director of public affairs at Suffolk University, according to a news release.
The release stated, “Most recently, Gatlin has served as Business Editor of the Boston Herald, a post he assumed in 2006. During his 10 years at the newspaper he also served as Deputy Business Editor and as a reporter for 7 years, covering media, retail, marketing, consumer products and additional beats. Before joining the Herald, Gatlin was business reporter at The Patriot Ledger and the MetroWest Daily News. He worked for three years in production at ABC News in New York before beginning his print journalism career. Gatlin is a 1989 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Colby College and has a Masterâ€™s Degree in journalism from Boston University.
“Gatlin said: ‘The opportunity to work with Suffolk is very exciting for me. Iâ€™ll get the chance to really get to know a thriving university in the heart of Boston and to help boost its visibility, both here and around the country.’
“He added: ‘The Boston Herald has given me more opportunity than I could have ever dreamed possible over the last 10 years, and I cherish the friendships I have with all of its wonderful people, including the very talented staff of the business section.'”
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