Author: Chris Roush

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FT’s digital subscriptions pass 300,000

Most Financial Times readers are now digital subscribers, after another spurt in online subs pushed the publisher to 313,000 digital subscribers this September, reports Robert Andrews of paidcontent.org. Andrews writes, “The 17 percent annual...

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Covering the billionaire beat

Christine Haughney of The New York Times writes about the latest issue of Bloomberg Markets, which features 200 billionaires and aims to cut into Forbes long-held dominance in covering the super rich. Haughney writes,...

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From opera to business journalism

Billy Gray of HauteLiving.com profiles Bloomberg Television anchor Trish Regan and writes about how she made the transition from wanting to be an opera singer to business journalism. Gray writes, “Any rear view glances...

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AP names new markets reporter

Associated Press business editor Hal Ritter sent out the following staff announcement on Friday: Steve Rothwell, a former Bloomberg News reporter, joins us Monday as a markets reporter. Steve worked for Bloomberg in London...

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FT rolls out Windows 8 app

The Financial Times released Friday its Windows 8 application, available to download for free from the Windows Store and accessible on any tablet, desktop or laptop running Windows 8. The app will be pre-installed...

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Forbes unveils new tagline

Steve McClellan of Media Daily News writes about Forbes magazine’s new tagline and advertising campaign. McClellan writes, “The print and online campaign will feature mini-profiles of entrepreneurs recently featured on Forbes covers who ‘exemplify...

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Expanding while traditional media contract

The Richmond, Va., alternative weekly Style has a short profile of Aaron Kremer, who founded RichmondBizSense.com five years ago and now has the business news site thriving. Style writes, “Kremer employs three full-time journalists...

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WSJ names new legal reporter

Veteran Albany reporter Jacob Gershman of The Wall Street Journal is preparing to leave the Capitol beat and report on legal matters for the paper, reports Azi Paybarah of Capital New York. Paybarah writes,...