2 Moves at The Washington Post

Zachary Goldfarb is named deputy business editor and Michael Miller a reporter on the local enterprise team.

Two Washington Post staffers have recently been named to new roles. Details below.

Zachary Goldfarb has been named deputy business editor. He had previously been policy editor. “Zach has brought boundless energy and ideas to the Business desk since becoming its policy editor two years ago,” writes business editor David Cho in a note to staff. “Under his leadership, Wonkblog expanded significantly in audience and influence, and was a reference point for White House officials, lawmakers and TV personalities.”

Michael Miller, who has been a reporter for the Morning Mix, will be a reporter on the local enterprise team beginning Sept. 6. “He has proven that he knows how to find compelling stories and tell them in a way that readers find irresistible – skills that will help him excel on Local Enterprise,” write enterprise editor Lynda Robinson, deputy enterprise editor Monica Norton and local editor Mike Semel in a note.

Miller was also part of the team of two dozen post reporters who helped work on Trump Revealed, the Post’s just-released book on Donald Trump, co-written by Marc Fisher and Michael Kranish.