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Appealing Enquirer "Section C" Cover Symbolizes a Reporter's Ethical Slips

Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Appealing Enquirer "Section C" Cover Symbolizes a Reporter's Ethical Slips

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Appealing Enquirer "Section C" cover symbolizes a reporter's ethical slips.

E&P www.mediainfo.com EDITOR & PUBLISHER / JULY 3, 1999 #NEWS Loeb makes leap to online news

Like many of his print brethren who are taking their talents to the Web, veteran business journalist Marshall Loeb is quitting as editor at the Columbia Journalism Review to write a daily column for CBS MarketWatch.com.

Loeb will write about personal finance, the stock market, and the economy. He also will do special reports for the CBS MarketWatch Radio Network and write a biweekly column on retirement investing for Quicken. com, another financial news Web site. He will continue his magazine column for CJR and his daily CBS Radio Network report of 19 years, "Your Dollars."

He'll stay at CJR until August to close the September/October issue. Publisher David Laventhol will take over the duties of editor until Loeb's replacement is found.

"I was getting so fascinated with the Internet. It's on the cutting edge," Loeb says of his decision to become an online journalist. That said, he adds that his latest career move doesn't mean he's lost faith in print media.

"One doesn't knock out another," he says. "I very much believe in the printed word, and I'm very confident that newspapers, magazines, and other print media will do very well in the future. …

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