Middleton, longtime biz journalist, dies at 77
Timothy Middleton, a longtime business journalist, died in New Jersey last week at the age of 77.
An obituary said the cause was heart disease.
Middleton was a columnist for MSN Money and a contributor to CNBC television. He also did weekend business reports for WCBS Radio in New York. He was the author of 2006’s “The Bond King: Investment Secrets from PIMCO’s Bill Gross.”
Middleton was formerly a mutual funds columnist for the New York Times, and a contributor to such periodicals as Money magazine, Worth, and Bloomberg Personal.
A financial journalist for twenty-five years, he has been an editor of Dow Jones News Service and Crain’s New York Business, a writer for the “Abreast of the Market” column for the Wall Street Journal Europe, and a speechwriter for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Middleton was a Davenport Fellow in Reporting on Business and the Economy at the University of Missouri.