Last week, I flew in from Chicago to the Vested headquarters in Manhattan’s Union Square to attend a very special event: the book launch party for Chris Roush’s “The Future of Business Journalism: Why It Matters for Wall Street and Main Street.” The place was packed. Scribes from the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Business Insider, […]
Chelsea Emery has been named editor in chief at The Expert Press in New York City. Previously, Emery served as managing editor and senior editor, and before that as editor in chief at Financial Planning. She was also a deputy editor for BBC Capital (now BBC Worklife) and spent more than 12 years at Thomson […]
Jolene Almendarez has joined the Cincinnati Enquirer to cover Northern Kentucky. Recently, she was a reporter at Cincinnati Public Radio. Almendarez previously worked freelance and reported for Syracuse.com and the San Antonio Express-News. She also served as managing editor of The Ithaca Voice. Almendarez graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage. You can congratulate Almendarez on Twitter.
On the latest Press Profiles podcast, host Russell Sherman looks back at David Faber’s nearly 30 years on CNBC including the late ’90s — when CNBC and in particular “Squawk Box” broke out. Faber, an award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, has become a fixture on the investment journalism scene. Says Faber: We […]
John Thomas of Quill Magazine spoke with Quinnipiac University School of Communications dean Chris Roush about his new book, “The Future of Business Journalism: Why it Matters for Wall Street and Main Street.” Here is an excerpt: Still, you suggest that journalists who learn about business could have an edge in the marketplace. Part of the problem is, […]