Top Bloomberg Pursuits editors leave abruptly amid shakeup
Ted Moncrieff, the editor of Bloomberg Pursuits, had joined the magazine in December 2012. He worked for Condé Nast Traveler for 15 years, including four years as executive editor. Following that, he was executive editor at Newsweek, and then executive editor and content strategist at W magazine. Moncrieff was most recently the editorial director of Condé Nast Ideactive, the company’s custom publishing division.
Stan Parish, the deputy editor of Bloomberg Pursuits, had joined the magazine earlier this year. He had been associate editor of GQ and features editor at Departures.
A company spokesman confirmed to Talking Biz news that Moncrieff and Parish “left the company” and that “Bloomberg Pursuits magazine will be run editorially by the Bloomberg Media team under Chief Content Officer Josh Tyrangiel beginning with the spring 2015 issue. It will continue to be published quarterly and distributed to Bloomberg terminal subscribers around the globe.”
Tyrangiel is also the editor of Bloomberg Businessweek.
Emma Winchurch-Beale will continue to be Bloomberg Pursuits’ publisher, based out of London.
Bloomberg Pursuits has a rate base of 375,000 copies. Readership is 89 percent male, with an average age of 44 and an average household income of $490,371.