The New York Post has hired Bradley Davis as deputy business editor.
He started last week.
Davis, a native of Omaha, Nebraska, got his start in journalism as a reporter at the Omaha World-Herald. He went on to work for the Wall Street Journal for six years — two years as a reporter, four years as an editor — and also wrote occasional columns for Barron’s before returning to his hometown to become the World-Herald’s business editor.
There he led a team to deliver a slew of award-winning stories and series, leaving in 2019 before the paper was sold by its owner, Warren Buffett.
Davis then returned to New York, first as an editor at Bloomberg News, then most recently as an editor at the Daily Mail.