OLD Media Moves

LA Times hires Starkman to cover Wall Street

September 15, 2014

Posted by Chris Roush

The Los Angeles Times has hired former Wall Street Journal reporter Dean Starkman to cover Wall Street, reports Peter Sterne of Capital New York.

Sterne writes, “Starkman will be based in New York.

“Starkman joins the L.A.T. from the Columbia Journalism Review, where he edited the magazine’s business news vertical The Audit. He joined the journalism magazine¬†in 2007. Last summer, he also became an editor-at-large at GoLocalProv, a local news site in Providence, R.I.

“On Sept. 5, Starkman wrote in a post on C.J.R.‘s website that he was leaving the magazine for ‘a legacy news organization,’ but did not give any further details. He declined to comment. The L.A.T. could not be reached for comment.

“Starkman, who has also worked at The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, was part of The Providence Journal‘s investigations unit, which won the Pulitzer for investigative reporting in 1994.”

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