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the newspaper editor responsible for business news

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Management officials said they are looking forward to continued quality business coverage by the paper's staff, both online and in print, under the leadership of Klose and assistant business editor Greg Cancelada.
Weatherly's former editing duties have been divided between Roger Hedges, assistant managing editor for business, and Jim Kordsmeier, assistant business editor.
Moderator will be Ray Marano, a former business editor, and principal of Ray Marano & Associates.
Lorraine Rogers will be speaking to Daily Post business editor Bill Gleeson on LDP Business Week
Durham University graduate Hebden joins The Journal from the Aberdeen-based Press and Journal newspaper where he was most recently News Editor and before that Business Editor.
He was business editor from 1990 to 2004 and government team editor from 2004 to 2006.
Cliff Cumber, business editor of the Frederick News-Post in Maryland; -- Beth Hunt, manager of editorial operations for American City Business Journals; -- David Morrow, editor of TheStreet.
Magsam was assistant business editor for three years.
SABEW members also elected five new members to the Board of Governors: Lisa Gibbs, business editor of The Miami Herald.
Replacing Taylor is Wesley Brown, business editor at Donrey's The Morning News, the Springdale newspaper that is locked in a circulation war with Walter Hussman's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Sallie Hofmeister, deputy business editor, Los Angeles Times
Gail DeGeorge, business editor of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, became SABEW's vice president.
Hoffman replaced Michael Tyler, the assistant business editor who resigned shortly after business editor Ernie Beazley was fired in early October.
Lauren Lawley Head, editor of The Pittsburgh Business Times; Steve Massey, business editor, The Pittsburgh Post Gazette; and John Oravecz, business editor of The Pittsburgh Tribune Review will offer fresh insight into today's business issues and answer attendee questions.
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