Tech editor of TheStreet.com is leaving
Chris Ciaccia, the tech editor of TheStreet.com, is leaving the financial news site for a job at Group SJR, a subsidiary of WPP.
His last day is April 8. Group SJR is a digital consulting firm specializing in insights, content creation, curation and audience development.
“I’m incredibly excited to join Group SJR and WPP at a time the company is experiencing strong, profitable growth, thanks to CEO Alex Jutkowitz and his team,” said Ciaccia in an email to Talking Biz News. “While I’m sad to be leaving my colleagues at TheStreet, this is too great of an opportunity to pass up.”
Ciaccia has been responsible for the majority of the technology-related content on the site. He joined TheStreet as a technology reporter in November 2011.
Prior to TheStreet, Ciaccia covered markets for Benzinga.com and also worked as an analyst at GMAC and at Laurus Capital Management. Ciaccia has a bachelor’s degree in finance from Seton Hall University.