January 15, 2016
/ by Cision Staff
Bloomberg News has announced staff promotions and new hires across bureaus in Washington, Hong Kong and Los Angeles.
In the Washington bureau, Lynnley Browning has joined the staff to dig into tax news, policy and trends, a topic she previously covered while a senior writer at Newsweek. Also, investigative reporter Bill Allison comes on board to examine campaign finance. He’s been an investigative reporter for many years, with roles at Foreign Policy, the Center for Public Integrity and the Sunlight Foundation. Lastly, Miami bureau chief Bill Faries will travel to Washington later this year to serve as national security team leader. He was previously a longtime Bloomberg bureau chief and correspondent in Buenos Airies.
Over in Hong Kong, Fion Li has been named the next bureau chief. She has been covering Asia FX and bonds as a reporter in that bureau since 2011. Moving to Hong Kong from New York is Sam Mamudi, who will serve as team leader for Asia market structure, a topic he’s covered as a reporter since joining Bloomberg in 2013.
Lastly, in Los Angeles, Chris Palmeri has been named bureau chief. He takes over for Tony Palazzo, whose move to London as telecom, media and tech editor was announced in November. Palmeri joined Bloomberg in 2000 as a Businessweek correspondent, and has covered the entertainment industry for several years.
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