Denny Gulino, who had been working in Market News International’s Washington bureau, left the organization on Friday for a third time.
Gulino had actually retired from MNI but returned as a contract staffer to help out the Washington office and was acting bureau chief.
Gulino was MNI’s senior correspondent and former Washington bureau chief. He returned to MNI in 1993 from the National Association of Manufacturers where he was vice president of communications for four years.
Prior to that, he was MNI’s New York bureau chief and the company’s first sales manager, preceded by a stint at The Bond Buyer’s Washington bureau.
Before that, he spent a dozen years with UPI, as Washington bureau chief of the UPI Radio Network, as reporter/editor in Chicago and New York, as UPI regional executive in Pittsburgh and as UPI’s national economics reporter.
Through longevity, he became dean of the Treasury press room. While in New York for UPI he and wife Donna published the Fort Greene community newspaper in Brooklyn.