Loeb winner Eavis returns to DealBook at NY Times
Longtime business journalist Peter Eavis has returned to The New York Times, where he will write for its DealBook section.
Eavis had left the Times in the summer of 2016.
He had initially joined the Times in early 2012. Before that, he worked at TheStreet.com, Fortune and The Wall Street Journal. At TheStreet, Eavis won a Loeb Award for commentary in 2005 for articles spelling out the accounting troubles at Fannie Mae before they were on regulators’ radar screen.
He also wrote for the Heard on the Street for The Journal; he was among the first to raise red flags about European sovereign debt.
Eavis is a British national and a graduate of Leeds University. He has also lived in the Caribbean, Indonesia, Prague and Ames, Iowa. For two and a half years, he left journalism to pastor a church on the Upper West Side of New York.