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Reuters Names Southern Europe Bureau Chief

Reuters has named Alessandra Galloni its Southern Europe bureau chief and enterprise editor-at-large. Galloni rejoins Reuters from The Wall Street Journal, where she has worked for the last 12 years. She most recently served as the Journal’s Italy bureau chief.

Galloni is succeeding Barry Moody, who has served as Southern Europe bureau chief since 2010. Moody’s next role hasn’t been announced yet.

Below is the note annoucning Galloni’s appointment, from Paul Ingrassia, managing editor of Reuters, and Michael Stott, Reuters’ editor of Africa, Europe, and the Middle East.

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Reuters Sends Paul Ingrassia to London

Reuters’ managing editor, Paul Ingrassia, is on the move. The company has announced that he will relocate from New York to London, and will be based in Canary Warf.

The Pulitzer prize winning Ingrassia has been with Reuters since 2011. Before being named a managing editor, he served as deputy editor-in-chief. Prior to his time with Reuters, Ingrassia worked for the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones for 31 years.

We’ll probably never know if Ingrassia is actually happy about being shipped to London, but his statement certainly looked on the bright side of things. “Moving to London literally puts me at the geographic centre of the Reuters news operation,” he said. “We face many exciting challenges in 2013 and I am committed to ensuring that Reuters continues to produce groundbreaking and award winning journalism.”

Reuters Names Paul Ingrassia Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Thomson Reuters just announced that they’ve hired Paul Ingrassia, a former Dow Jones executive, as its new Deputy Editor-in-Chief. Joining Ingrassia is The Daily’s Managing Editor, Jim Gaines, who will leave the digital newspaper to become an Ethics Editor at Reuters.

The big time moves are part of Reuters revamping its news operations. The company is hoping to make better use of its vast resources and restructure so that its reporting is more efficient.

Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen Adler explained in a company press release, “We must be second to none in speed, accuracy, relevance, and fairness, but also – and crucially – in enterprise, insight, analysis and originality.”