This Woman Will Become First Woman to Lead Bloomberg Businessweek Since 1929

 Josh Tyrangiel, the editor of Bloomberg Businessweek,announced that he is resigning from the company.

Ellen Pollock, the current deputy editor of the magazine, will replace him.

She will become the first woman to lead the magazine since 1929.

“Ellen is an editor of the highest caliber,” said John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News, according to a New York Times report.

“In more than 25 years at The Wall Street Journal and Businessweek, she has covered some of the biggest stories in global business and finance, and has overseen multiple Pulitzer Prize-winning stories. We’re thrilled.”

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