Barron’s senior editor Ray is leaving
Tiernan Ray, a senior editor at Barron’s, is leaving the Dow Jones publication after 13 years.
In an email to his colleagues, Ray wrote: “Thanks for all your support during my time here. Wish me luck on the next adventure.”
Ray, who writes about technology, joined Barron’s in 2005. Before that, he worked for SmartMoney magazine and Bloomberg News.
At SmartMoney, he covered the impact of the internet on personal finance. He wrote extensively on the topic of online banking, covering issues of safety and service, for the magazine and other publications including The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.
Ray, the author of “Teach Yourself e-Trading Today,” is a Princeton University graduate.
Two years ago, when writing about Zebra Technologies, Ray included the following disclosure at the end of an article:
Disclosure: My trip out to Rankonkoma was made at Zebra’s invitation. However, they did not pay for my transit on the LIRR, and I have no investments of any kind tied to Zebra shares, as I do not trade in securities at all, per Dow Jones employee guidelines. Bianculli was kind enough to provide a bottle of water and a small bag of pretzels during our talk.