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TheStreet Names Managing Editor, Tech Reporter

TheStreet logo GTheStreet.com has hired Scott Billings as managing editor and Jennifer Van Grove as a tech and social media reporter.

Billings comes to TheStreet from Hawthorne Writers, which he founded. He previously worked as CNBC’s senior news editor for six years. He also spent more than a decade with The Wall Street Journal. Van Grove most recently worked for CNET as a reporter covering breaking news stories.

“Our mission is to offer investors credible insights that will help them make the best decisions about their money,” said Elisabeth DeMarse, TheStreet’s president, in a statement. “Our newsroom has really been taking shape under the leadership of editor-in-chief Janet Guyon in recent months, and adding Scott and Jennifer to the team will undoubtedly further the company’s goal.”

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Herb Greenberg Rejoins TheStreet

Herb Greenberg is returning to TheStreet. At TheStreet, Greenberg will write a daily blog, contribute to Real Money’s “Columnist Conversation” and edit “Herb Greenberg’s Reality Check,” a subscription newsletter.

Greenberg was with TheStreet from 1998 to 2006, when he left to join Marketwatch. He then joined CNBC, and will remain a contributor there.

“We’re thrilled Herb Greenberg is returning to TheStreet,” said TheStreet’s CEO and chairman, Elisabeth DeMarse, in a statement. “No one is more passionate and does more work around companies and industries than Herb does. He sparks serious conversation to help investors separate speculation from reality by shining a spotlight on risks. Our goal is to educate investors, and help investors make money.  But avoiding losing money is just as important as making it — and nobody does it better than Herb.”

Greenberg will be based in San Diego.

The Street Gets New Editor-in-Chief

The Street has named William Inman its new Editor-in-Chief. Talking Biz News reports that while the news is not official, Inman has already updated his LinkedIn page with the new information. Inman had been Editor-in-Chief at Institutional Investor magazine from 2009 to January of this year.

Inman has ties to Elisabeth DeMarse, The Street’s new CEO, as they both worked previously at Bloomberg. He succeeds Glen Hall, who had been with the financial site since 2008.

TheStreet Gets New CEO

TheStreet has appointed Elisabeth DeMarse as chief executive officer and president, effective today.  She is also joining the company’s board of directors.

“We are thrilled to announce that Elisabeth will be leading the company in the next phase of its growth,” said Woody Marshall, chairman of TheStreet.  “Elisabeth is an ideal fit for this key role at the company – a highly experienced and tremendously skilled digital media executive with a deep background in the financial information vertical.  We look forward to Elisabeth providing both strategic vision and a proven ability to execute, and taking TheStreet to a new level of success.”

DeMarse previously served as CEO of Bankrate and CreditCards.com after a long career at Bloomberg.

“TheStreet has a fantastic collection of assets,” said DeMarse.  “It is a pioneer in the field with a strong and recognized brand and has a unique position as a nimble, independent, purely digital player in a high-value media vertical.   The demand for trusted financial information, news and advice has never been stronger. TheStreet’s strong balance sheet, plus the favorable operating characteristics of the subscription and media models, are a winning platform for growth and delivering shareholder value.”

“I’d also like to express again our appreciation to Daryl Otte, who has served as our chief executive officer since 2009 and as a director since 2001,” added Marshall.  “In the past three years, Daryl has put in place many of the foundations for the company’s future growth, and we wish him well.”