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The Wall Street Journal hires former International Business Times business editor John Simons (@thinksimons) as deputy bureau chief of the management group.

The Denver Post features editor Suzanne Brown, editorial page editor Vincent Carroll and deputy business editor Jennifer Campbell-Hicks are among recent newsroom departures. Others include suburban news editor Vikki Migoya, night editor Jim Bates, high school sports editor Neil Devlin, TV critic Joanne Ostrow, arts/entertainment critic Ray Rinaldi and the following reporters: Carlos Illescas, Jordan Steffen, David Olinger and Irv Moss.

Garden & Gun hires Indianapolis Monthly editor-in-chief Amanda Heckert (@AmandaBHeckert) as deputy editor.

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