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Molly Wood Joins New York Times

Molly Wood GThe New York Times has hired Molly Wood as a deputy technology editor for its Business Day section. Wood was a veteran of CNet, having previously worked there for about 13 years. At the Times, Wood will contribute to consumer tech coverage, review products and more.

According to a note from Dean Murphy and Suzanne Spector — the Times’ business editor and technology editor, respectively — Wood will be based in San Francisco and begin at the end of the month.

The full note from Murphy and Spector is below.

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Farhad Manjoo Leaves WSJ for NY Times

Farhad Manjoo GFarhad Manjoo is leaving The Wall Street Journal after only four months. He is headed to The New York Times to cover personal technology.

Manjoo will take over the “State of The Art” column, previously written by David Pogue. Pogue left the Times for Yahoo last October.

Manjoo joined the Journal in September after covering tech for Slate for five years.

“In his new role at the Times, Farhad will push ‘State of the Art’ beyond traditional reviews to examine the tech industry more broadly and the role technology plays across the board — what he calls ‘tech’s intrusion into society,’” wrote Dean Murphy, the Times’ business editor, in a note to staffers.

See below for the full note from Murphy and the Times’ technology editor, Suzanne Spector.

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Michael Corkery Departs WSJ for NY Times

Michael Corkery GMichael Corkery is leaving behind The Wall Street Journal for The New York Times. Taking Biz News reports that Corkery will join the Times’ business desk.

Corkery had been with the Journal since 2005. During his time there he covered a variety of subjects, including mergers and acquisitions, housing and public finance.

Dean Murphy, the Times’ business editor, described Corkery as “both a digger and a story teller, often taking apart complex subjects for readers,” in a memo to staffers.

New York Times Names Dean Murphy Editor of Business Day

The New York Times has named Dean Murphy the new editor of Business Day. He has been with the Times since 2000; most recently serving as deputy editor of Business Day. Prior to that Murphy was the Times’ national editor from 2005 to 2010.

Murphy succeeds Larry Ingrassia, who — according to a memo sent by Jill Abramson — will take on a yet-to-be-named “larger role at the paper,” starting next year.

The full note from Abramson is below.

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