After letting go most of AOL’s Daily Finance’s freelancers, AOL-Huffington Post has hired a whole new editorial team. Peter Goodman, Executive Business Editor, announced the major new hires today via press release. “Our audience can look forward to an irreverent, unpredictable and engaging take on personal finance,” said Goodman.
The new hires are Loren Berlin as Columnist, Ron Dicker as Celebrity Finance Writer, Alice Hines as Retail Reporter, Regina Lewis as Personal Finance Columnist, Eamon Murphy as Associate Editor, and Catherine New, Sheryl Nance Nash, and Bruce Watson as staff writers.
The good news: at least two of AOL Daily Finance’s nine editorial staffers will be former freelancers, according to paidContent. The site will also continue to feature the work of investing columnist Doug McIntyre, who seems to be one of the few to survive the site’s Huffington-ization.
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