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Dan Jamieson, Evan Cooper, Gloria Scoby are latest big names to exit InvestmentNews

Completing the West Coast editorial withdrawal, Suzanne Siracuse is re-peopling the Crain publication, making it more New York-centric with new talent -- including a big assist from Marion Asnes

Author Brooke Southall October 24, 2013 at 6:36 PM
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Given a choice to get to New York or move on from IN, Dan Jamieson went with his heart, located in fish-friendly waters off Long Beach. (Photo Credit: Roxanne McMillen.)

jallen

jallen

October 24, 2013 — 1:47 PM

Seems like the regular churn in this industry. I think they added a couple folks from Financial Planning, Lori Konish and Matt Ackerman in the past couple months, and a new reporter too. And Source added a new editor in chief at On Wall Street to replace Konish. Interesting that that isn’t included in this article

riawatcher

riawatcher

October 24, 2013 — 2:03 PM

Sounds smart and strategic: Out with the old in with a younger, more digitally focused crew.

grapeape

grapeape

October 24, 2013 — 2:55 PM

Churning through reporters like its Bloomberg or something

zibair

zibair

October 24, 2013 — 5:55 PM

I can’t speak to Mr. Cooper or Mr. Jamieson, but I worked with Matt and Lorie. Very professional, very thoughtful and they are joining a great team at IN

Evan Cooper

Evan Cooper

October 24, 2013 — 7:43 PM

Regarding the comment, “out with the old and in with a younger, more digitally focused crew….” Tsk, tsk, riawatcher. One could be tempted to present a certain digit in response to that inaccurate remark. But us codgers know better: experience and the ability to create new-media and technology solutions are not mutually exclusive. You’d be surprised at what we can come up with. And as far as the changes at InvestmentNews are concerned, turnover is natural and the newcomers are making a great team even better. I look forward to continue working with all my friends there — young, old and in between.

et

et

October 24, 2013 — 8:15 PM

You are a class act.

riawatcher

riawatcher

October 24, 2013 — 8:25 PM

in a world of aliases, i am impressed he used his real name

Mike Byrnes

Mike Byrnes

October 29, 2013 — 5:52 PM

Congrats to those making positive changes with their careers! — Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, LLC, www.byrnesconsulting.com


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