After less than a year serving as SVP and editorial director of the company’s professional division, Stephen Adler has been named editor-in-chief of Reuters News. In his new role Adler will oversee the publishing process as Reuters plans to roll out more investigative, longform, and opinionated content. Adler will replace David Schlesinger who is moving on to become chairman of Thomson Reuters China. Prior to joining Reuters, Adler spent five years as editor-in-chief of Businessweek and left that role following its sale to Bloomberg LP.
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