Dealbook, the New York Times site that details mergers and acquisitions, hedge funds, and VCs turned 10 years old Saturday. And four months after founding editor Andrew Ross Sorkin has taken on the co-anchor job at CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” he’s taking on a new title at Dealbook.
10 years later, I felt it was time to tweak my title in DealBook’s nameplate to better reflect the enormous contributions of the reporting and editing team. It will be Editor-at-Large. Of course, I will continue overseeing the team and writing, recruiting new talent and developing new projects for DealBook.
- Related: Andrew Ross Sorkin on MediaBeat.
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