Bob Rose has been named print editor at The Wall Street Journal, a newly created position.
He will run a newly created team that edits, produces and assembles the company’s print papers around the world.
For the past two and a half years, Rose has served as New York bureau chief, working with reporters and editors to produce the Journal’s Greater New York section. Before that he was a member of the Journal’s Standards & Ethics team, and previously served as Markets Desk editor for the Money & Investing section.
Bob joined The Journal as a personal finance reporter in New York. He then moved to Chicago, tackling the beats of financial futures, airlines and manufacturing before serving as deputy bureau chief in Chicago, a news desk editor in New York, and bureau chief in Atlanta. He left to work as business editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer and executive editor at SmartMoney magazine before returning to The Journal in 2011.