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WSJ real estate bureau chief Hunter leaves paper

May 21, 2018

Posted by Chris Roush

Wall Street Journal real estate bureau chief Rob Hunter has left the paper. His last day was Friday.

In an email to the staff, Hunter wrote:

Just a quick note to thank all of the talented reporters and editors who have made the past eight years so exciting. I’ve learned a lot from all of you. Now I’m going to try my hand at something new.

Please stay in touch.

Hunter joined the real estate team in 2014. He previously worked on the Money & Investing, where he  oversaw the banking group. Prior to that, Hunter was the personal finance editor, overseeing the Weekend Investor section and its online manifestations.

Before The Journal, Hunter worked at Bloomberg BusinessWeek, where he was assistant managing editor for features, and at SmartMoney.

Before that, Hunter was a senior editor and then the managing editor of Derivatives Strategy, a monthly magazine. He began his journalism career as a reporter at the Waterford, NY-based newspaper, The Good News.

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