Rachel Abrams showed her chops often on the financial beat at Deadline’s sister publication. But now she is exiting the showbiz trade after three years (she started as an intern) to cover Wall Street for The New York Times. The move was confirmed today by Penske Media, owner of both Variety and Deadline. “Everyone at Variety has loved working with Rachel and, though it was just three years ago that Rachel entered Variety‘s intern program, we will miss her and wish Rachel much success at The New York Times“, PMC Director of Corporate Communications Lauren Gullion said in a statement.
Rachel Abrams Leaving Variety For New York Times
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