The Financial Times has made four appointments on its editorial team.
Pilita Clark will take the role of Business Columnist and Associate Editor, writing a weekly column focusing on interesting, contentious or amusing aspects of modern corporate life. The column will be published every Monday. Pilita moves from her previous role as FT Environmental Correspondent.
Lyndsey Jones has been appointed as Executive Editor, and will be responsible for newsroom and digital publishing processes. She is also Section Chief of Day Production at the FT.
Robin Kwong has moved to the role of Head of Digital Delivery (more information available here).
Paul Murphy is now Investigations Editor, leading a team covering long-form investigations and shorter examinations of current news stories. Paul founded the Alphaville blog in 2006, editing it since.