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InvestmentNews publisher walks amid massive staff turnover at UK-based Bonhill Financial Services one year after it buys Crain franchise

Bonhill had 80% turnover in UK division last year; reportedly filling jobs with younger, lower-paid staffers in shift to digital, event focus

Author By Lisa Shidler July 17, 2019 at 8:08 PM
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Suzanne Siracuse: 'I have been at InvestmentNews for over 21 years and wanted a change and a new challenge'

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Jeff Spears

Jeff Spears

July 18, 2019 — 3:58 PM
The game has changed. Readers want thoughtful and unique content from practitioners. In addition they want this for free.
April Rudin

April Rudin

July 18, 2019 — 4:24 PM
People who embrace an opportunity for "reinvention" have a chance to unlock new skills, challenges and growth! Go Suzanne Siracuse - wishing u a VERY soft landing!
Brooke Southall

Brooke Southall

July 18, 2019 — 6:37 PM
Neil, Cut the comments. They have no place. -Brooke
Joel Bruckenstein

Joel Bruckenstein

July 18, 2019 — 7:55 PM
Suzanne Siracuse is a class act. I have always respected her not only for her professionalism, but for her passion for this business. She has been a leading advocate for women in the business as well. IN will have a tough time replacing her with someone of equal caliber. IN's loss will be some other firm's gain.


July 18, 2019 — 8:58 PM
Suzanne is a terrific professional. I had a few interactions over the years and always a pleasant result. I'm very sorry to see her go, and hope IN stays relevant. As for Suzanne, I look forward to her re surfacing. She will be successful no matter what she chooses.

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Crain poaches Fred Gabriel, who anchored InvestmentNews' editorial while they owned it, making it a clean sweep for new owners Bonhill Financial

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