The Economist Names Disney+ Executive As Its New President

The publisher has also appointed a new president of Economist Intelligence

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The Economist Group announced two key executive hires, naming Luke Bradley-Jones as the new president of The Economist and Leon Saunders Calvert as the new president of Economist Intelligence.

Bradley-Jones will assume the role this summer, while Saunders Calvert will begin his tenure in April. Both men are based in London and will report to chief executive Lara Boro.

“Mr Bradley-Jones, an Economist aficionado and subscriber for 30 years, has the track record, vision and leadership ability to further The Economist’s audience growth and digital innovation,” Boro said. 

The Economist Group consists of four businesses: The Economist, Economist Education, Economist Impact and Economist Intelligence. 




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