So wait, let me get this straight: buying Madison Square Garden, for whatever exorbitant sum that might cost, is a good idea because it keeps Microsoft from buying a tech company?
The way Yates sees it, Microsoft made a bad deal in 2007 [for aQuantitative], so it should spend money on a sports stadium. Really.
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A few moves to note this morning, involving TheStreet and Reuters. Details are below.
- Janet Lynne Guyon has been named the new editor-in-chief of TheStreet.com. Guyon comes to the site from Investopedia, where she served as managing editor. She also has almost 20 years experience working for Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal.
- Jason Fields is joining Reuters as editor-in-charge of its Opinion section. Fields most recently served as national editor of Digtial First Media. He formerly worked for The New York Times, The Washington Post and the AP.
TheStreet is expanding again. Last week Herb Greenberg rejoined the site, and today it has announced some moves in its video department. Below are the details.
- Mark Sugarman joins as video creative director. Sugarman comes to TheStreet from MSNBC’s Ed Show, where he served as lead motion graphics artist. He has also worked at Fox Business Network and Bloomberg TV.
- Sophie Bearman and Jeremy Jennings have joined TheStreet as associate producers. Bearman is a 2013 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Harvard University. Jennings is a graduate of Radford University.
- Daniel Lebo has moved to a new role as video optimization manager. He was most recently a video producer. Lebo has been with The Street since 2011.
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.