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FinancialWeek will be a new publication from Crain Communications Inc., which owns weekly business newspapers in New York, Chicago, Detroit and other markets. It named Robert Hertzberg, a former news editor at Bloomberg, as its editor, in a press release issued today.
The release stated, “Mr. Hertzberg joined FinancialWeek from Source Media, where he had been editorial director for Financial Planning and On Wall Street. He has more than 20 years of experience as a business editor and reporter, including news editor at Bloomberg News, editor of Baseline Magazine, editor of Internet World, and, at different times, editor of Internet Business Report, Open Systems Today and Computer Systems News, three publications from CMP Media.”
Details about the new publication, which will be based in New York, were stated as: “FinancialWeek will launch with a pilot issue on June 5, and will publish every other Monday beginning in September. The publishing frequency will increase to weekly in January 2007. Among the news topics to be covered in a typical issue: economics; financing techniques; risk management; benefits finance; corporate governance; investment management; accounting; information technology; real estate; and compliance and reporting.”
The target audience will be CEOs, CFOs, investor relations managers, and other corporate executives.
Read the press release here.
Given the Donald’s relationship with a New York Times writer who recently published a book about his operations, I’m surprised to discover that there is a business reporter who is one of the contestants on The Apprentice.
Her name is Rebecca Jarvis, and she has posted some of her stories for Crain’s Chicago Business and Business 2.0 on her web site. You can read the stories here.
I don’t watch the show. But if she wins, do you think the Donald will hire her to write a book to refute the current one?
Rebecca is the daughter of Gail MarksJarvis, a SABEW board of governor member and a business writer for the Chicago Tribune. Gail formerly worked at the Minneapolis paper.