St. Louis Biz Journal editor Dwyer has resigned
Joe Dwyer, the editor of the St. Louis Business Journal who has been with the publication for more than 30 years, has resigned his position.
A story on the Business Journal website states, “A search will begin soon for his replacement.
“‘I’m stepping down Nov. 1 and leaving the newspaper in the capable hands of my colleagues, incoming market President and Publisher Robert Bobroff and my to-be-named successor,’ Dwyer said.
“‘We appreciate Joe’s contributions to the St. Louis Business Journal and the community over the past 30-plus years and wish him the best of luck in the future,’ Bobroff said.
“Dwyer, 56, has been editor in chief of the St. Louis Business Journal since February 2016. A graduate of Saint Louis University, he started with the Business Journal in 1988 as a reporter. After seven years, he was named associate editor and, in 1997, was named managing editor.”
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