Segal is selected as new business editor
Dave Segal has been promoted to business editor at the Star-Bulletin.
Segal had been assistant business editor and Sunday business editor, most recently spearheading the paper's coverage of the Hawaiian and Aloha airlines bankruptcies and the fare war sparked by interisland carrier go!.
Segal, 52, has been with the Star-Bulletin for 10 years. He previously served as news editor at Pacific Stars and Stripes in Tokyo. He also has been business news editor for the Alameda Newspaper Group, which includes the Oakland Tribune, as well as assistant sports editor, assistant business editor, assistant features editor and a TV-radio columnist for the now-defunct Sacramento Union.
He succeeds Ken Andrade, who resigned to pursue a startup business venture.
Jennifer Sudick, who has worked at the Star-Bulletin since March 2007, most recently as a business reporter, will move into the position of assistant business editor.
Sudick, 24, came to Hawaii after reporting for Bloomberg News in New York. She graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism graduate program, where she worked in newsrooms in Chicago and Washington, D.C.