Sanders, AME for investing, is leaving US News
Patrick Sanders, the assistant managing editor for investing, of U.S. News & World Report, is leaving the publication.
His last day will be Dec. 20.
Sanders is joining a government IT company, Government CIO, which has a contract to upgrade the Department of Veteran Affairs’ website. Sanders will be helping them keep the content jargon-free and easier for veterans to use.
Prior to joining U.S. News, Sanders was deputy managing editor of InvestorPlace.com. He has also been a managing editor for news websites in southeast Europe and Turkey, worked as managing editor for the New York Times editing center and was Connecticut news editor for The Associated Press.
While at U.S. News, Sanders has made numerous media appearances as a stock market analyst and appeared on panels to discuss personal finance and investing. He is the editor of the Invested e-newsletter, which offers stock market news, advice and a great investing idea every day.
Sanders was a member of the board of governors of the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing and served as co-chairman of the training committee to promote and develop training opportunities for business journalists throughout North America.