Media Moves

National News: Robin Grossman joins Us Weekly as fashion assistant, replacing Marisa Rubin, who left to join Mademoiselle. Email Business/Financial: On September 24, we incorrectly reported that Betty Liu, Atlanta bureau chief
for The Financial Times, left the publication. Apologies to Liu, who continues to cover U.S. Southeastern industry news and economic trends for the pub ... John Wordock,
Washington reporter for Bloomberg Information Television, leaves; his replacement has not been named. Email materials to Julie Slattery, bureau chief, ... Charles Whalen, economics editor for Business-Week, leaves. For information regarding his coverage of the
economy and market trends, email Gene Koretz, economic trends editor, ... Jill Kirschenbaum, senior
editor for Fast Company, relocates to the New York office to work on special editorial projects pertaining to women in business. She will continue to be a senior editor with the
magazine, but will not be available for story pitches. Email information to ... Edward McBride's title with
The Economist changes from Middle East correspondent to Southeast Asia correspondent, effective November. He will write about political, business and financial issues related to
all Asian countries. Max Rodenbeck joins as Middle East correspondent, covering financial and political issues in the Middle East, based in Cairo. Fax both through the main office
in London at 011-44-020-7839-2968. Technology: Paul LaMonica, investor news editor for Red Herring, leaves to freelance for financial publications covering the stock market. Email
at Email information for Red Herring to ... Joseph Estrella,
senior editor of Multichannel News, leaves. For inquiries related to cable TV and telecommunications, phone Linda Haughstead, 562/943-5675 ... Robert Callahan, former president of
ABC Broadcast Group, joins as chairman, president and CEO of Ziff Davis to replace Jim Dunning, who left in August. For more information, contact Randy Zane, PR manager,