Meet Marketwatch's new editor

It's official: Glenn Hall will take over stewardship of the business and finance site Marketwatch. Currently Hall is the managing editor of The Blaze, a role he's held since last summer. It looks like his colleagues at Wall Street Journal are looking forward to making room for him, too: "Delighted that @GlennHall will be taking the reins at @MarketWatch," tweeted Jonathan Krim, who held the position himself until he was recently appointed global technology editor for WSJ and Dow Jones Newswires. Also at WSJ, Emma Moody shared, "Excited that @GlennHall has been named to head marketwatch.com! Glad to once again be on the same team." A dream team, at that. Good luck, Glenn!

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