NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press has named Paul Harloff as its global markets editor.
Harloff will be in charge of a team that handles daily news and enterprise stories about stocks, bonds, commodities, banking and investing. The team also produces the Money & Markets and Municipal Bond Index products.
Harloff has worked at the AP since 2004 and most recently led the auto, airlines and energy team. Prior to that, he helped build and run APFN, which delivered real-time news for Yahoo Finance, MSN Money and other financial websites.
He managed various teams for Dow Jones and WSJ.com before joining AP.
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He starts as global markets editor Wednesday. Based in New York, he’ll report to AP Business Editor Lisa Gibbs.