NEW YORK—Former Wall Street Journal reporter Tom Vogel has joined Sitrick as a member of the firm and practice leader for capital markets and Latin America, based in New York. Former Bloomberg bureau chief James Craig also joins as a member of the firm in New York. And Mark Saylor, former senior editor at the Los Angeles Times, has joined in Los Angeles, also as a member of the firm.
Vogel’s experience includes serving as bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal in Venezuela, international and domestic economics beat reporter and international capital markets beat reporter for the Wall Street Journal in New York, and Latin America columnist for Bloomberg, in Brazil, as well as serving as a correspondent for Dow Jones Newswires in Brazil.
He was a member of the 1996 Wall Street Journal team named a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting.
Craig’s experience includes serving as bureau chief for Bloomberg News in Brazil, chief correspondent for Bloomberg in Peru and Ecuador and Latin American correspondent for Reuters News Service, covering Latin American politics, economics, financial markets and general news as a correspondent for 10 years.
Most recently Jim created his own bilingual financial news service, based in Sao Paulo, to cover the Brazilian financial markets and economy.
During a journalism career that spanned more than 20 years, Saylor was senior business editor for technology and entertainment at the Los Angeles Times, California politics editor at The Times, and city editor for The Times in San Diego. He was a member of two Pulitzer Prize-winning teams for covering the Los Angeles riots in 1992 and the Northridge Earthquake in 1994.
Prior to joining Sitrick, Saylor was senior vice president in charge of publishing for Key3Media Events.