Media Moves

National News: Louise Kennedy's title at The Boston Globe changes from food editor to writer, Living/Arts. She also recently returned from book leave. Fax at 617/929-2813 ...
Emily Dougherty, senior beauty editor/online for Harper's Bazaar, leaves. Jessica Brinton is promoted from beauty writer to replace her. Email ... Dow Jones plans to permanently relocate 250 Wall Street Journal staffers originally located in the World Financial
Center in Manhattan. The copy desks of The Wall Street Journal, The Wall Street Journal international edition, The Wall Street Journal Special Reports, The Wall Street Journal
Sunday, The Weekly Asian Wall Street Journal, The Wall Street Journal Radio News and the staff of The Wall Street Journal Americas will relocate to Jersey City, N.J., and The Wall
Street Journal Online will move to 115 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan. Phone Spokesman Steve Goldstein at 609/520-4000 for more information. Business/Financial: Chris
Peacock, former editor of, rejoins as VP and executive editor. He oversees content, production and business aspects of the Web site. Direct
pitches to the print staff of Fortune magazine or phone Jennifer Bensko, editor, at 212/522-4002 ... Lou Dobbs, anchor and managing editor of CNN's "Lou Dobbs Moneyline," joins
Money as a contributing columnist. He writes "The Dobbs Report," a monthly column covering the economy, Wall Street and the stock market. The column debuts in the Fall 2001
Special Issue. For more information, phone Eric Gelman, executive editor, 212/522-4947 ... Alan Farley joins as a columnist. "The Swing Shift" appears in the Opinion
section on Tuesdays and Thursdays and focuses on short-term trading, risk management and trading trends. Email ... Technology: Luc Hatlestad, senior writer for Red Herring, leaves. No replacement will be named. Email
inquiries regarding feature articles to (Media Moves provided by LexisNexis Hot Media News,, 617/350-3747)