Updates at Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Weekly Standard
Charles Forelle, a 16-year veteran of The Wall Street Journal, most recently working as Europe Finance Editor based in London, has been named the paper’s financial editor. He joined The Journal in Boston, covering education and technology companies, and was a central part of the team that won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for their reporting on the backdating of stock options.
Kim Murphy, a correspondent and editor at The Los Angeles Times, will be joining the National desk of The New York Times as an enterprise editor. She started out at The North Biloxian and The Minot Daily News, and then rose up to become one of The L.A. Times’s star correspondents, winning a Pulitzer for international reporting in 2005 for her coverage of Russia’s struggle to cope with terrorism, improve the economy and make democracy work.
And Haley Byrd has joined The Weekly Standard as a reporter covering Congress. She was previously a congressional reporter for the Independent Journal Review.