The Bond Buyer Appoints New Managing Editor

Posted on December 10, 1999

Thomson Financial Media has announced the appointment of a new Managing Editor for its flagship daily newspaper The Bond Buyer and The Bond Buyer Online. Amy Resnick has been promoted to Managing Editor for the daily newspaper of public finance and its related Web-based products, taking over for Michael Stanton who was appointed Editor in Chief this past November.

Resnick previously held the position of National Tax Reporter for The Bond Buyer. Prior to this Resnick was the State and Local Government Reporter for The Bond Buyer covering Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, West Virginia and the District of Columbia, along with federal policies on welfare reform and other aspects of devolution as they affected state and local finance. Prior to joining The Bond Buyer, Resnick was a reporter for The Fairfax Journal covering local government, schools, and state politics.

In her new position, Resnick will be responsible for the content of The Bond Buyer daily, its affiliated Web-based products and managing The Bond Buyer's news-gathering resources. She will work on the development of new products and provide direction for The Bond Buyer's evolving coverage of public finance.

"Amy brings to this position a diverse background, in addition to public finance, experience in covering such areas as the state transportation, education issues and politics," commented Thomas F. Curtin, Vice President and Group Publisher of The Bond Buyer. "The innovative and responsive approach to editorial management that Amy has displayed will significantly enhance our ability to meet the needs of the industry."

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