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'New York Times' names Ingrassia business editor

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New York--The New York Times announced Wednesday that Wall Street Journal veteran Lawrence Ingrassia has been named business and financial editor.

Ingrassia, 51, will oversee the Times’ "Business Day" section. He had been named assistant managing editor overseeing global coverage of financial markets at The Wall Street Journal in December. Prior to that he was editor of the Journal’s "Money & Investing" section.

Ingrassia directed coverage that was part of the Journal's Pulitzer Prize-winning entry for explanatory journalism in 2003 for reporting on corporate scandals, and for its Pulitzer-winning entry for breaking news reporting in 2002 for Sept. 11 coverage. He joined the Journal in 1978 as a reporter in the paper’s Chicago bureau.

-- Sean Callahan

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