Staff Switch Ups at Wall Street Journal
Senior commentator Michael Casey has left the Wall Street Journal after 18 years with Dow Jones. He covered markets and economics, wrote the “Horizons” column covering global economic and financial affairs; and compiled the “Global Call Notes,” which summarized macroeconomic events. He was named a senior commentator for Dow Jones Newswires in July 2013. He was previously the managing editor for DJ FX Trader, a product of Dow Jones Newswires, from November 2010 to July 2013, and before that a world economy columnist. He served as Buenos Aires, Argentina bureau chief, and before that he was a money assistant managing editor.
Jason Anders has been named business editor for WSJ this month following the departure of Dennis Berman. Anders served as the deputy editor for page one since 2011, and before that served as senior editor for corporate news, as tech editor, and as deputy tech editor. Anders joined the staff as a reporter and editor for the interactive edition in 1998. Prior to the WSJ, he worked for the Chicago Tribune. For more business and financial news, follow the Wall Street Journal on Twitter and “Like” on Facebook.
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