Sullivan joins New York Times; MacMillan changes beats; Szvetitz promoted; Longman joins ABC

Eileen Sullivan is joining the Washington bureau of The New York Times as an early-morning breaking news reporter. For the past decade, she has been a reporter with The Associated Press in its Washington bureau, covering intelligence, terrorism, criminal justice, surveillance policy and homeland security.

Wall Street Journal reporter Douglas MacMillan, who has been covering startups and venture capital for the paper, is changing beats. He’ll now be covering tech policy and economics, exploring how tech companies acquire power and use it to shape people’s lives. Mike Szvetitz has been named managing editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch. He was previously the paper’s sports editor. And James Longman has joined ABC News’ London bureau as a foreign correspondent. He was previously with BBC News.

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