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Jinjoo Lee has joined The Wall Street Journal as a columnist of Heard on the Street, covering the economy, economic development, emerging markets, and Wall Street. She spent the past five years at Acuris Global, most recently as associate editor. Lee has also worked for Euromoney at Institutional Investor and also edited the Cornell Daily Sun, the student newspaper at Cornell University.

The Sourcing Journal has welcomed Glenn Taylor as business editor covering the apparel/textile supply chain industry. He was most recently a senior editor at G3 Communications and had spent a total of seven years at the company.  

Beth Pinsker has joined Fidelity Investments as director, editorial services working on the Viewpoints team. She comes from Reuters where she spent the past eight years as deputy personal finance editor. Prior to that, Pinsker was the editorial director for where she created a team of retail reporters and money-saving experts to provide analysis and advice to consumers.

Jewell Walston has returned to Asheville Times-Citizen in North Carolina to lead the newsroom as executive editor. Walston is a former sports editor at the paper and worked there in the early aughts. She takes over the top spot in the newsroom after former news director Katie Wadington shifted in March to a role helping lead a fact-check team with USA TODAY. Walston is based in Asheville, North Carolina and also oversees Gannett's Hendersonville Times-News, Gaston Gazette and Shelby Star.

KRXO-FM sport radio in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, has reorganized its early morning 6-10 a.m. lineup after Mike Steely and Jessi Stone announced they’re no longer with the station. Todd Lisenbee has moved over from the 10 a.m. timeslot to host early mornings alongside Eddie Radosevich.

Sharon Johnson is the new reporter for WFSB-TV, the CBS affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut. She comes from WJCL-TV in Savannah, Georgia, where she spent the past three years as a reporter. Johnson has also worked for KFYR-TV in North Dakota, and at Fox News.

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