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Changes to Miami Herald biz news staff

September 21, 2009

Jane Wooldridge, the new business editor of The Miami Herald, writes Monday about some shuffling of beats on the business news desk.

Wooldridge writes, “Here’s our new lineup:

Scott Andron leads our coverage of jobs and employment, and takes on occasional stories about automotive businesses, lawsuits and corporations.

Niala Boodhoo‘s Business Show is seen at www.MiamiHerald.com/business; her Florida Business Report is broadcast Fridays on Miami Herald/WLRN Radio.

Martha Brannigan handles banking, finance, wealth management and many local corporations, along with the cruise industry.

Bridget Carey, our technology guru, will be handling some small business coverage as well. Catch her tech reviews online and in Tech Tuesday.

Ina Cordle handles Action Line, the consumer feature that appears in the Metro section.

John Dorschner keeps his eye on the critical healthcare industry — including Jackson Memorial Hospital — along with the energy sector.

Beatrice Garcia covers the insurance industry and wrote today’s cover story about Citizens.

Douglas Hanks tracks hospitality, tourism, airlines and entertainment, reporting on the serious side of South Florida fun.

Monica Hatcher, our consumer real estate expert, covers all residential real estate matters.

Nirvi Shah watches your wallets in her role of consumer affairs reporter.

Elaine Walker, long-time retail reporter, adds commercial real estate to her portfolio.

Jim Wyss, whose recent assignments included the Honduran political crisis, takes on the overall economy and international business.”

Read more here.

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