Changes at The New York Times
Aaron Kessler will join The New York Times in Washington as a reporter covering the automotive industry, including regulatory and policy issues. Kessler previously was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow with Columbia University Business School. Prior to the fellowship, he reported for 100Reporters, Detroit Free Press, and Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Kessler will officially join the paper later in June.
With the wonderful Knight-Bagehot fellowship now over, it's on to a new adventure: will be writing about autos for the NYT, based in DC.
— Aaron Kessler (@akesslerdc) May 29, 2014
Additionally, Mike Isaac will also join the paper in late June as a technology reporter, replacing Jenna Wortham. Isaac was previously a senior editor for Re/code since January 2014. Wortham has moved to the Sunday Business section. If you’re revved up for more national news, follow NYT’s national news on Twitter, or keep up-to-date with the latest in tech by following NYT’s technology news also available on Twitter.
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