Media Moves

National News: Grainne McCarthy, former bureau chief, Dow Jones Newswires, Indonesia, returns to the newswire's New Jersey bureau as a special writer on the Money desk,
covering economics, fixed income securities and foreign exchange. 201/938-2381 ... Cable Neuhas, general editor of Entertainment Weekly, retires. Send press materials for the
Internet section to Noah Robischon, noahr@well.com. Missy Schwartz joins as editorial assistant. She writes and edits various columns. Email missy_schwartz@ew.com ... The Wall Street Journal promotes Leslie Scism from mutual funds group editor to news editor. She edits the
column, Heard on the Street. James White replaces her as mutual funds group editor. The Journal also promotes Frederic Wiegold from personal finance editor to news editor. He
covers special reports. Neil Templin replaces Wiegold. Contact Scism, White, Wiegold and Templin at 212/416-2000. Business/Finance: Michael Rosenwald moves to coverage of
commercial development in the downtown Boston area for The Boston Globe. Diane Lewis takes over his coverage of workplace issues. Fax both at 617/929-3183 ... Joan Oleck, staff
editor for BusinessWeek, leaves. Kimberly Weisul takes over Oleck's duties overseeing the Up Front section. Email Weisul at upfront@businessweek.com or kimberly_weisul@businessweek.com ... Joshua Levine's
title at Forbes changes from senior editor to contributing editor. Alan Farnham now oversees the Forbes Life section. Contact both at Forbes Magazine, 60 Fifth Avenue, New York,
NY 10011-8685. Healthcare: David Stipp, senior writer covering healthcare and biotechnology for Fortune, now works out of his home office, 781/648-1862 ... Technology: Mary
Behr, staff writer for PC Magazine, leaves to join PC Magazine Online. She will retain her title and write news items and features. Email mary_behr@ziffdavis.com. Jeffrey Rothfeder, Ramin Ganeshram, Alex Kim, Martha McDonald and Victor Semidey also leave PC Magazine. There
are no plans to replace them.