Daniel_Roth.jpgFortune magazine has tapped veteran business reporter, and former Fortune staffer, Daniel Roth to lead its Web site through an upcoming revamp, in the newly created position of managing editor of Fortune.com.

In a memo to staff today, Fortune managing editor Andy Serwer explained that Roth would be heading up the magazine’s plan to “reinvent Fortune.com within the framework of its home on CNNMoney.com,” as part of “the reformulation of the whole Fortune franchise,” which has been talked about for some time.

Roth left the Time Inc. pub in 2006 to joined the now-defunct Portfolio at Condé Nast. He is currently working as a senior writer at Wired, which he joined in 2007.

Serwer’s memo, after the jump

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