Layoffs Continue at Bloomberg News
Michael Buteau was laid off from the Bloomberg News – Atlanta bureau were he was previously a sports business reporter. Buteau joined Bloomberg News as a sports reporter in August 1994. Kathleen Howley, Gary Putka, and Chris Staiti have left the Boston bureau. Howley was a senior reporter covering real estate and received a Gerald Loeb Award in 2008 for her contribution to the piece Wall Street’s Faustian Bargain. Putka was an enterprise editor. Staiti was a editor on the education team. Brenda Batten is out as copy chief in the Chicago bureau.
In the Tokyo bureau, Jim McDonald, Peter Langan, Yuriy Humber, Terje Langeland, and Jarrett Banks have left. McDonald was a stocks editor and previously oversaw coverage of bonds and currencies. Langan served as an editor at large and was previously the bureau chief for Bloomberg Television from 2005 to 2011. He joined the television network in 1997. Humber was a commodities reporter covering commodity trading houses, and occasionally metals, mining and nuclear energy for the Moscow bureau. Langeland was the transportation team editor. Banks served as a commodities editor.
Dex McLuskey is out at the Dallas bureau where he was a sports reporter for the news service. Peter Burrows, out at the San Francisco bureau, served as a longtime tech reporter for Businessweek from 1994 to 2009 before being acquired by Bloomberg. He was a reporter, a blogger at Tech Beat covering technology and a senior writer for Bloomberg Businessweek. Britt Staniar has left the Seattle bureau where he served as a multimedia producer.
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