DiPerro moves to The Desert Sun; Kitroeff, Enrich join NY Times Business Day

Sep 05, 2017

Amy DiPierro is leaving business BusinessDen.com in Denver for The Desert Sun in Palm Springs. She was a 2015 Dow Jones News Fund Business Reporting intern working at TheStreet.com. Before that, she worked for WHYY-News in Philadelphia and War News Radio.

The New York Times is welcoming two new reporters to Business Day. Natalie Kitroeff, most recently with The Los Angeles Times, will be covering economics and heavy industry. It’s a homecoming of sorts for Kitroeff, whose first job out of Princeton was at The New York Times, where she was a research assistant. Prior to The LA Times, she worked for Bloomberg and wrote for Businessweek, among others.

And David Enrich, currently the financial enterprise editor at The Wall Street Journal, joins The Times’ Business Day this month as financial editor. He joined The Wall Street Journal in 2007, working as a reporter and later, the paper’s European banking editor. He also worked at the Dow Jones News wires and was a reporter in Washington for States News Service.

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