The Baltimore Sun will cut its daily stock listings from two pages down to one, but add daily features to the expanded news hole, assistant managing editor for business Bernie Kohn wrote in Sunday’s paper.
Kohn, a SABEW board member, wrote, “Tuesdays will have a new Personal Finance page featuring a second weekly column by The Sun’s Eileen Ambrose.
“On Thursday, we bring back a condensed version of our former personal technology section, Plugged In, featuring Sun staffer Mike Himowitz’s popular column.
“On Friday, we will bring back a Real Estate page, combining Kenneth Harney’s syndicated column on consumer real estate issues (which moves from Saturday) with several features familiar to Sun readers, including the weekly Dream Home feature.
“And on Wednesday, we will fold most of the current content of the Working section into the Business section. Working is being discontinued as a separate section.”
Also, starting Monday, the Sun’s business section will start a Q&A on workplace issues.
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