Wall Street Journal Reporter Departs, Editor Changes Role
Pedro da Costa has announced that he is leaving The Wall Street Journal. Da Costa joined the Washington, D.C. bureau in December 2013 and served as Federal Reserve reporter. Previously, he worked at Reuters since March 2001 as a correspondent and covered the Federal Reserve and economics.
In other WSJ news, Margaret de Streel was named editor of the forthcoming Asia and Europe editions of WSJ, which is set to debut in September. She most recently served as editor of the Real-Time news desk. For more breaking and international news, follow WSJ on Twitter.
Friends and colleagues: Tomorrow is my last day at The Wall Street Journal. Thank you for reading and stay tuned for my next adventures.
— Pedro da Costa (@pdacosta) July 30, 2015
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