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Cho leaving Baltimore for Dallas

May 31, 2012

Posted by Chris Roush

Hanah Cho, a business journalist at the Baltimore Sun, is leaving the paper and headed to Texas.

Cho tells Talking Biz News that she has accepted an offer to join the business news desk of the Dallas Morning News, where she will cover  small business/entrepreneurship and banks.

Her new job starts July 2.  She started at the Sun in September 2003 so she has been with her current employer almost 9 years.

Cho was the winner in the breaking news category for large publications in the 2008 Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers. She  was the lead reporter/writer in the coverage of Constellation’s failed merger with Warren Buffett’s energy company.

Cho dropped out of pharmacy school to pursue a career in journalism.  She grew up in New Jersey but lived in several states for interesting jobs, including stints in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota and Los Angeles, before settling in Baltimore.

Cho is president of the Washington, DC chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association. She attended Rutgers-New Brunswick and the University of Maryland.

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