John Stackhouse, who has overseen the Toronto Globe & Mail’s business coverage since 2004, has been named the paper’s top editor.
Michael Oliviera writes, “Stackhouse had been editor of Report on Business since 2004, had previously worked as a foreign correspondent, foreign and national editor, and is the winner of five National Newspaper Awards.
“Appointing a new editor-in-chief is just one step in a process for the newspaper to meet the current economic challenges and rapid changes in media consumption habits, publisher Phillip Crawley said in a statement.
“‘We are building on a position of strength not enjoyed by many of our competitors and want to ensure the Globe and Mail is in the prime spot to take advantage of the market opportunities that will arise when the recession eases.'”
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