Glenn Kramon, who had been the business editor at the New York Times, will become the assistant managing editor for enterprise, according to this press release. He had been associate managing editor for career development at the Times since 2003.
Kramon became business editor of The New York Times in 1997, supervising the paper’s daily and Sunday business coverage and overseeing a staff of more than 100. Reporters whom Kramon supervised and edited have won two Pulitzer Prizes, and have been finalists for the Pulitzer Prize eight times. They have also earned a number of other honors including five George Polk awards and five Gerald Loeb awards for distinguished business journalism. In June 2003, Kramon became the first recipient of the Gerald Loeb/Lawrence Minard award for outstanding work as an editor.
Previously, Kramon served as deputy business editor since 1994. Since joining The Times in 1987 he has served in positions ranging from copy editor and health care reporter to Sunday business editor and assignment editor, to enterprise editor and technology editor. Before joining The Times, he worked at The San Francisco Examiner since 1977, holding various positions including business editor and Sunday news editor. From 1975 until 1977, he worked at The Kansas City Star as a news editor, copy editor and reporter.
Kramon received a B.A. degree with honors in communications from Stanford University in 1975. While at the university he was the managing editor, city editor and staff editor for the independent student newspaper, the Stanford Daily