Crain’s Chicago seeks nonprofits reporter

Top 3 Reasons To Apply: The beat. The subjects include Chicago’s biggest nonprofit institutions and foundations, funded and controlled by the city’s movers and shakers, and often overlooked by most competing news outlets. You’d have a chance to make an impact. The colleagues. Crain’s is a collegial place, where reporters and editors work together. Reporters […]

Crain’s Chicago columnist Kapos leaves paper

Shia Kapos, a senior reporter and columnist for Crain’s Chicago Business for the past 10 years, is leaving the paper, reports Robert Feder. Feder writes, “Michael Arndt, editor of Crain’s Chicago Business, confirmed that Friday was her last day. “‘Shia is one of the best known chroniclers of high-profile people at the intersection of business, government […]

A veteran helps a new business reporter

Elizabeth McIntyre, the editor of Crain’s Cleveland Business, writes about how reporter Stan Bullard, who has been at the paper since 1986, sits next to Lydia Coutré, who just joined the paper to cover health care and nonprofits. McIntyre writes, “Lydia is just two years out of college and she’s now getting a master class in business […]

Crain’s Chicago names new managing editor

Ann Dwyer is the new managing editor at Crain’s Chicago Business. Her promotion is immediate. She replaces Steve Reiss, who resigned last month to join ESPN’s upcoming website The Undefeated She had been deputy managing editor, overseeing its digital operations and its daily news desk. She joined Crain’s in 1995 and had been an assistant […]

Ad Age seeks digital reporter

Advertising Age is looking for a dynamic, self-starter to cover digital media and social platforms. This reporter will be charged with diving into how digital technologies are impacting our industry — and explaining it to marketers. The coverage area includes Silicon Valley giants such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, AOL and Yahoo, as well as startups looking to […]

How Crain’s Chicago got its start

Rance Crain, the president of Crain Communication, writes about how Crain’s Chicago Business started as part of the company’s 100th anniversary. Crain writes, “Some of our strongest brands — Crain’s Chicago Business, Modern Healthcare, InvestmentNews — started during the time my mother, Gertrude Crain, served as chairwoman. She took over for my dad when he […]

Crain seeks senior personal finance editor

Crain is looking for an experienced editor with personal finance and investment expertise. Working closely with a Crain business manager, the successful candidate will manage all content aspects of a project for a major global bank, and will have done the following: Managed — for a major publishing or content brand — the assigning, editing, […]

Crain’s Cleveland publisher pleads guilty to indecency

Crain’s Cleveland Business publisher John Campanelli pleaded guilty to a fourth-degree misdemeanor charge of public indecency. Lydia Coutre of Crain’s Cleveland writes, “Stow Municipal Court Judge Kim Hoover accepted his plea. A sentencing hearing is to be scheduled after a pre-sentencing investigation in which Campanelli and his attorney, Errol A. Can, may present testimony and […]

Pensions & Investments seeks data editor

The P&I Data Editor role is key to supporting and developing P&I’s reputation as a paper of record for an important industry. You’ll have access to the top executives and the most cutting-edge research from the world’s largest money managers and institutional investors, along with the most important public policy makers. You’ll know you have […]

Crain’s Chicago ME resigns for ESPN job

Crain’s Chicago Business managing editor Steve Reiss resigned Tuesday to join ESPN’s upcoming website The Undefeated, reports Robert Feder. Feder writes, “Reiss joined Crain’s in 2012 after more than two decades at the Washington Post, where he rose to enterprise editor. An Ohio native and graduate of Princeton University, he previously worked as a reporter and editor at […]