After his three-year run as editor of Men’s Journal came to a close in November, Brad Wieners has landed on his feet at Bloomberg Businessweek. Wieners has been named executive editor of the weekly business title and will begin work under editor Josh Tyrangiel and deputy editor Eric Pooley on Feb. 14.
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So the exciting news today is the new Bloomberg LP-owned BusinessWeek, which laid off so many back in October, now officially includes some big-name new hires, the biggest of which may be Hugo Lindgren as executive editor.
Also on the Josh Tyrangiel-assembled dream team is Eric Pooley, formerly managing editor of Fortune, who will be taking on the position of deputy editor at Bloomberg BusinessWeek. Ellen Pollock and Ciro Scotti remain the two holdovers from the original magazine to round out the top editorial roster.
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This week’s upcoming Time magazine cover story is an “exclusive” interview with Rupert Murdoch. Eric Pooley, the former Fortune editor, conducted the interview, and dare we say it contains the best package of Rupe soundbytes we’ve heard since the Dow Jones saga began.
Highlights (and notice he’s already using “we” when referring to the Wall Street Journal):
“What if, at the Journal, we spent $100 million a year hiring all the best business journalists in the world? Say 200 of them. And spent some money on establishing the brand but go global … And then you make it free, online only. No printing plants, no paper, no trucks. How long would it take for the advertising to come? It would be successful, it would work and you’d make … a little bit of money.”