New Roles for Foss, Mishkin, Farrell

The Associated Press has named Brad Foss, a veteran AP reporter and previously its deputy business editor, global business editor. In this new role, he’ll be responsible for guiding AP’s coverage of business, industry and finance around the world and in all media formats. Prior to joining AP in 1999, Foss was a science and medical writer at the University of California, San Francisco, and a reporter and editor at The Mill Valley Herald in Northern California. 

Shaina Mishkin has joined Money magazine where she’ll be covering real estate. She previously worked as an entertainment producer at MassLive.com, where she led real estate, arts and culture coverage. 

And Stephen Farrell has been appointed Jerusalem bureau chief at Reuters, leading its coverage of Israel and the Palestinian territories. The award-winning foreign correspondent and video journalist previously worked at The New York Times, where helped launch its first foreign blogs, “Baghdad Bureau” and “At War.” Farrell has spent years covering the Middle East, including at The Times of London.

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