Smith, senior features editor, leaves Fortune
A magazine spokeswoman confirmed he left earlier this month.
He joined the magazine as a writer in 1994. Before he came to Fortune, Smith worked for 12 years at The Wall Street Journal, serving as a Page One writer and editor, Atlanta bureau reporter, and Washington bureau copy editor. He also worked at The Wall Street Journal Europe , where he was the Page One editor in Brussels.
Smith was the winner of the Gerald Loeb career achievement award for editing in 2005. Known as the Lawrence Minard Editor Award, it recognizes an editor whose work does not receive a byline.
Smith, a native of New York City , has a B.A. in history from Brown University. He is also a graduate of La Sorbonne in Paris , and of a school for auto mechanics in Washington, D.C.