New roles for Salinas, Clark, Rennie

Sara Salinas has joined CNBC Digital to cover tech news. She previously interned for The Boston Globe, the Indianapolis Star and the Baltimore Business Journal. She was also a contributing writer to USA Today College.

Kim Clark has left Money magazine to become an assistant director of the Education Writers Association, where she’ll be responsible for directing EWA programming on education beyond high school. Prior to joining Money in 2011, she was a senior writer for U.S. News & World Report for more than a decade. She previously reported for Fortune magazine and The Baltimore Sun.

And David Rennie, currently the Washington bureau chief for The Economist, will be moving to Asia next year for the magazine. Since joining The Economist in 2007, he’s been an EU correspondent and Charlemagne columnist, served as British political editor and author of the Bagehot column, and wrote the Lexington column. He previously worked for the Daily Telegraph and the Evening Standard and was also a contributing editor of the Spectator magazine.

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