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News editor leaving Dow Jones Newswires

September 5, 2013

Posted by Chris Roush

Carol Dean, a news editor for Dow Jones Newswires in London, sent an email to her colleagues that she is leaving the news service on Friday.

Dean wrote:

To add to the proliferation of recent farewells, I too am bidding you all a fond farewell this Friday after 8 ½ years, mostly covering the rollercoaster ride in capital markets.

To see me on my way, I would like to invite you to share a drink with me at the Hoop and Grapes in Farringdon Street the following Friday, September 13th, from 5pm, alongside Martin Essex and Nick Hastings.

I will miss the camaraderie, humour, brilliance of many colleagues.

Dean had lead a five-person team in London focusing on corporate bonds and will spearhead Newswires’ pan-regional coverage of government bonds.

Dean joined Dow Jones Newswires from the company’s Financial Information Services division, where she reported on European private-equity buyouts, buyins and refinancing for the division’s specialist newsletters. Before that, she was editor of TelecomFinance magazine, a Thompson Stanley publication, from 2001 to 2004.

Dean also has held reporting positions at CFO Europe, International Financing Review (IFR) and other Thomson Corp. publications following a banking career from 1983 to 1990. She is a graduate of the City of London University with degrees in economics and law.

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