North Bay Business Journal

Thursday, August 7, 2014, 4:00 pm

Ex-magazine publisher, B-to-B editor Dunn joins Journal

Print Friendly Print Friendly    

Share this item

    James Dunn, the former owner of Sonoma Business Magazine and most recently a senior editor with San Francisco Business Times, will join the Business Journal as a staff writer and technology editor effective Aug. 11.

    James Dunn

    James Dunn

    In addition to covering developments in the North Bay’s technology sectors, Mr. Dunn will be responsible for reporting on banking and finance, accounting, manufacturing and law.

    “We are very fortunate to have an such an experienced journalist and business owner join the Business Journal team,” said Journal Publisher Brad Bollinger. “Jim is also a very experienced digital journalist and is very familiar with the important role a business-to-business publication like the Journal plays in the community.”

    During his two years at San Francisco Business Times, Mr. Dunn both wrote and edited stories across a variety of subjects including technology and banking and finance.

    A California native who grew up in Petaluma, Mr. Dunn has spent most of his journalism and business career in the North Bay. From 1992 to 2004, he was editor then publisher and owner of Sonoma Business Magazine, now NorthBay Biz.

    Mr. Dunn has a master’s degree in organizational development from Sonoma State University and studied writing, mathematics, philosophy and psychology as an undergraduate at University of Colorado, Boulder.

    Copyright © 1988–2015 North Bay Business Journal
    View the policy for linking to website content.

    Print Friendly Print Friendly    

    Submit Your Comments


    Required, will not be published

    Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive. For more information, please see our Comments and Letters Policy. To share this item by email or social media, use the links above.

    Do not use this form to contact people, companies or organizations mentioned in this story. Contact them directly. Private messages left here will be deleted.