Hrushka departing Banking Dive

Senior reporter Anna Hrushka has left Banking Dive to become a full-time mom. “I’m proud of everything I have been able to accomplish as a member of the Banking Dive team,” she wrote on LinkedIn. Hrushka helped launch Banking Dive in 2019. Hrushka previously covered banking, retail, and technology for Pacific Business News in Honolulu. She also […]

Zipp returns to Med Tech Dive as an editor

Ricky Zipp has returned to Med Tech Dive as an editor. He had been at Morning Consult as a health care reporter for the past year. Before that, Zipp was a reporter at MedTech Dive. Previously, he was a health care policy reporter at S&P Global Market Intelligence, where he covered state health care policy, the hospital […]

Industry Dive lays off six editorial staffers

Industry Dive, which publishes more than two dozen industry-focused newsletters, has laid off six editorial staffers: They are: * Megan Poinski, senior Food Dive reporter who has been with the company since 2016; * Stephen Taylor, who was managing editor for Healthcare Dive, Medtech Dive, and Biopharma Dive; * Shannon Muchmore, former editor of Healthcare Dive and a […]

Industry Dive taps Brady to serve as senior automotive editor

Industry Dive has promoted Michael Brady to senior editor for automotive. In his new role, he will report on how electric and autonomous vehicles, software, new business models, and policy and regulation are changing the automotive industry. Brady will also daily news and enterprise stories and create and manage newsletters, and update the website. Recently, […]

Industry Dive hires Vogel to cover labor issues in health care

Susanna Vogel has joined Industry Dive to cover labor issues in health care. Recently, she reported and wrote in-depth features and trend pieces for Morning Brew’s workplace vertical, HR Brew. She also reported and wrote the daily newsletter. Before that, Vogel was an associate consultant at DCI Consulting Group, Inc. in Washington, D.C. She also […]

Industry Drive to launch Automotive Dive, fifth new newsletter for 2023

Business news newsletter company Industry Dive is launching Automotive Dive, its fifth new newsletter this year. The first daily email newsletter will be delivered on June 12. The newsletter will cover how top automakers are leaning into new EV models and building out software-connected car features, investing heavily into additional infrastructure, research and development and […]

Industry Dive seeks a payments reporter

Industry Dive is a leading business journalism company. Nearly 13 million decision-makers across 20+ competitive industries rely on its exclusive insight and analysis delivered through 26 publications. Industry Dive was founded in 2012 to provide business leaders with the information they need to move industries forward. Our team of reporters, editors, designers, and marketers delivers […]

Fashion Dive hires Deppen as a reporter

Industry Dive publication Fashion Dive has hired Laurel Deppen as a reporter. She has been covering health care and education, as well as southern Indiana economic development, for Louisville Business First, an American City Business Journals publication. Deppen has also been a Dow Jones News Fund intern working at tech news site Geekwire. She also interned at the […]

Industry Dive seeks a reporter, Healthcare Dive

We’re Industry Dive, a fast-growing business journalism company based out of Washington, DC. We’re looking for sharp, talented journalists who are working to further their abilities in business journalism and digital news. Currently, we are hiring for an experienced Reporter to write and produce content for Healthcare Dive. You will get a chance to help […]

Industry Dive’s McLean goes freelance

Danielle McLean, a senior editor at Smart Cities Dive, has left. Her tweet reads: “I’ll be jumping into the world of freelance reporting full-time, chasing my dream of writing a fiction novel (publishers, reach out), and traveling overseas.” McLean worked at the Society of Professional Journalists. She freelanced for the Washington Post’s The Lily, The […]