Andy Glass, a senior correspondent for Cox Newspapers, was among the eight New York Herald Tribune business and financial staff alumni at the luncheon. While at the NYHT, Glass covered business regulatory issues from the Washington Bureau.
Bloomberg News reporter Anthony Massucci takes time out from the festivities to take a phone call.
Former business and financial New York Herald Tribune staffers joined by editor Jim Bellows pose for a photo following the luncheon. They are (left to right): Andy Glass, David Steinberg, Gene Boyo, Clyde Farnsworth, Charles Carroll, Myron Kandel, Carol Mathews, Bernie Krisher and Jim Bellows.
Among the many business journalists in attendance were Bruno Cohen, senior vice president, business news, CNBC, Tom Herman, reporter for The Wall Street Journal, and Paul Steiger, managing editor of The Wall Street Journal.
Jai Singh, the founding editor of CNET News.com, was one of five 2001 Business News Luminaries who were honored at the luncheon.
The New York Herald Tribune's final editor, Jim Bellows, traveled from California to attend the luncheon where he paid tribute to the defuncted newspaper's business and financial department staff.
Bernie Krisher, who worked as a copy boy in the financial department of the NYHT in the late 1940s and early '50s, traveled from his home in Japan to attend the reunion. Krisher is publisher of The Cambodia Daily, the country's only English-language daily. He poses here with Olivia Mayer, special projects editor for TJFR Group.
Robert Thomson, U.S. managing editor for the Financial Times, was named Business Journalist of the Year. Several FT staffers joined him for the luncheon.
CNBC's Ron Insana, a Business News Luminary of the Century award-winner, took time out of his busy schedule to serve as master of ceremonies.
Gene G. Marcial, Wall Street columnist for Business Week, was thrilled to be named a 2001 Business News Luminary.
David Ignatius, executive editor of the International Herald Tribune, eloquently spoke about the fall of newspapers including the New York Herald Tribune, and how the New York daily and its experiences relate to the Paris-based International Herald Tribune.
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