Media Moves

Edward Robinson leaves Fortune Small Business to join Business 2.0 as senior
writer covering Washington, D.C. and its Internet economy.
Arndt leaves the Chicago Tribune to join BusinessWeek and will cover manufacturing,
marketing, retail and airlines. Fax 312/616-3366...David Boraks, technology
writer, left The Charlotte Observer to join
Donna Howell joins Investor's Business Daily as workplace reporter and Internet
reporter, focusing on security and healthcare.
Poe joins Investor's Business Daily as networking reporter.
Murray Coleman joins Investor's Business Daily as business-to-business reporter.
David Bank is currently on book leave at the Wall Street Journal and will return
in November. Rebecca Buckman has taken over his coverage of Microsoft. Rick Hill
replaces Elizabeth Zima as editor at the Health Forum Journal. 312/893-6863...Tiffany
Kobashigawa replaces Olivia Chadha at HomeCare Magazine. 310/317-4522...Phil
Dunn replaces Kate Godar as senior editor at Hospitals & Health Networks. Tieman
joins Modern Healthcare as reporter. Fax 312/280-3183...Scott Kirsner is no
longer a contributing columnist for CIO. He now writes a weekly column about
the Boston technology community for the Boston Globe.
Christopher Elliott leaves to join as a commentator. He
covers corporate travel and technology-related issues in a weekly online column. or 410/626-9618...Dominique
Deckmyn, reporter at Computerworld now covers Microsoft operating systems, Linux,
Novell and food processors/suppliers.
Stammers leaves Computing News to join Computing2 as editor.