As you may have read, Time Inc. is closing Business 2.0 magazine, where I work as an editor and which publishes Green Wombat. While it is exceedingly sad to see the end of B2, I’m happy to report that I’m joining Fortune magazine (along with eight of my Business 2.0 colleagues) and that Green Wombat is coming with me. We will remain in San Francisco as Fortune’s West Coast bureau – the biggest of any business magazine. I’m looking forward to working at Fortune and continuing to report on the environment and technology at Green Wombat.
About Green Wombat
Green Wombat is written by
Todd Woody, a veteran environmental journalist based in California who writes for The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Grist and Yale e360. He's one of the few people on the planet who have held a northern hairy-nosed wombat in the wild.
Todd formerly was a senior editor at Fortune magazine, an assistant managing editor at Business 2.0 magazine and the business editor of the San Jose Mercury News.
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