FBDC has learned USA Today economic reporter Barbara Hagenbaugh is leaving the paper and colleague Sue Kirchhoff is expected to also leave next week. This will leave the paper without its economics reporting team for the Money Section, according to Gannett Blog.
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You’d remember former USA Today Executive Editor Kinsey Wilson went to NPR a few months ago.
Memmott had been with Gannett since 1979 and shares his thank yous to friends and colleagues on his blog here.