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Posts Tagged ‘Peter Schroeder’

A Little Birdie Tells Us…

HeadshotA little birdie tells us that Erik Wasson is leaving The Hill - where he currently serves as a staff writer covering US economic and fiscal policy – for Bloomberg. No official announcement has yet to be made that we know of and no bird droppings on Twitter as of yet.

UPDATE: A 4:08 pm email from The Hill’s Peter Schroeder to staff confirmed Wasson’s jump to Bloomberg. Thanks birdie! Internal memo after the jump. Read more

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The Hill’s New Hires

An internal memo from The Hill‘s Editor Hugo Gurdon catches us up on three new male hires at the paper: Erik Wasson, Peter Schroeder and Jason Millman.

The memo:

I wanted to let you know about three new reporters who will be arriving in the newsroom this month.

Erik Wasson will cover budget and appropriations for the paper and will also contribute to the On The Money blog. He is currently at Inside US Trade, and before that worked at Cambodia Daily.

Peter Schroeder, currently at The Bond Buyer, will report for The Hill on finance, taxes and corporate governance. Like Erik he will write for the newspaper and online and will contribute regularly to On The Money.

Jason Millman is coming over from the Thompson Publishing Group to cover health policy on the Healthwatch blog and in the paper. He has covered health policy extensively at Thompson, and previously worked for the Harford Business Group.

All three reporters will enhance the range and depth of our excellent reporting team, and I am sure you will welcome them as enthusiastically as I will.

Thanks, Hugo