Reporter Greeley leaves Bloomberg
Brendan Greeley, who most recently covered the intersection of politics and the economy for Bloomberg News in New York, has left the organization.
Greeley was also once a co-anchor of Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance” and a staff writer at Bloomberg Businessweek.
A contribution to the Feb quit rate: after 6 years learning a ton, I have left Bloomberg, *literally* to spend more time with my family
— Brendan Greeley (@bhgreeley) March 10, 2017
In 2012, he received a New York Press Club award for special events reporting for a Bloomberg Businessweek cover story, “Why Bin Laden Lost.” He has written cover features on the Pentagon’s response to the Ebola epidemic, how to sell soccer cleats, the reinsurance industry since Sept. 11 and Paul Krugman’s Twitter fight with the President of Estonia.
Previously, Greeley was a technology and policy correspondent at The Economist. Greeley also launched, edited, and contributed to the publication’s Babbage blog.
Before joining The Economist, Greeley was “blogger in chief” for the public radio program “Open Source,” a national show distributed by Public Radio International.
His freelance print work has appeared in the New York Times, the New York Times Magazine, the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal Europe.