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Norman Pearlstine is tasked with building a news feed for Money.net that will be based on machine-generated news bulletins and stories.
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United States / New York : Crain's New York Business

Time Inc. announced Wednesday that Fortune editor Alan Murray has been named the company's new chief content officer. He succeeds Norman Pearlstine, the former Time Inc. editor in chief, who returned... To view the full story, click...

Norman Pearlstine Returning to Time Inc.

Industries / Media : FishbowlNY

Fortune senior editor Dan Primack has posted some major parent company news. Norman Pearlstine is leaving his post as chief content officer at Bloomberg LP to assume a “similar position” with Time Inc. From Primack’s report: The mov...

Time Inc. CCO’s Biggest Concerns for the Industry: Serious and Local Journalism

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Bloomberg Hires Former IBM CEO To Deal With Privacy Crisis

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

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Time Inc. Names Norman Pearlstine Chief Content Officer

Business & Finance : The Curious Capitalist

Norman Pearlstine, who served as the editor-in-chief of Time Inc. from 1995 to 2005, is returning to the company to serve in a new position, chief content officer. Pearlstine is leaving Bloomberg LP, where he also had the title of c...

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