Schutt, editor at Barron’s, dies after illness
David Schutt, a key member of Barron’s editing team for more than a decade, died this week after a long illness.
A story on its website states, “David left his mark on Barron’s in countless ways, big and small. Even after learning of his illness two years ago, he remained dedicated to his work, quietly going about his job of making every story, every caption, and every headline better. He attacked his assignments with patience and good humor, improving the work of everyone from young reporters to seasoned pros.
“David studied the classics at Hamilton College before starting his career as a financial journalist. He joined Barron’s in 2006, and most recently served as managing editor, equities. Before joining our staff, he was managing editor of Institutional Investor.”
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