Chicago Sun-Times’ business editor Dan Miller has been named to the Chicago Journalism Hall of Fame, according to a story in the Tuesday paper.
Miller, 61, has been business editor of the Sun-Times since 1999. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, he began his journalism career in Chicago in 1968 at the Chicago Daily News as a business reporter and editorial writer. With the demise of the Daily News in 1978, he joined Crain Communications and helped launch Crain’s Chicago Business, where he served as editor and associate publisher for 15 years.
Gov. Jim Edgar named Miller chairman of the Illinois Commerce Commission from 1994-1998, after which he worked as publisher for the Heartland Institute, a libertarian-oriented think tank based in Chicago.
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