Albuquerque biz editor leaves for job in government
Charlie Moore, the business editor at the Albuquerque Journal, has left the paper for a job in the administration of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.
He is becoming the public information officer for the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department
Moore had been with the paper for more than 36 years, joining in September 1982.
He initially was a reporter and also spent 17 years as the paper’s metro editor. Before the Journal, he worked at The Hartford Courant as a copy editor.
Moore is a University of Connecticut graduate.
Ellen Marks, the paper’s assistant business editor, retired last month.