George Erb, the editor of the Puget Sound Business Journal in Seattle, is stepping down from the top position at the American City Business Journals paper.
Erb writes, “I’m stepping down Nov. 30 and leaving the newspaper in the very capable hands of my colleagues and my to-be-named successor.
“It’s been a wonderful ride, full of smart and inspiring colleagues, team achievements of the highest order and some whopper stories, from Boeing abandoning Seattle as its headquarters city to the rise and epic fall of Washington Mutual.
“People have been asking me what I plan to do next. Actually, I do have a plan.
“For example, my first order of business for Monday, Dec. 2, is to sleep in, read the newspapers and go for a walk.
“This is not a retirement, however.”
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