Jordan Burke
Jordan Burke is the director of content strategy and operations for DeseretNews.com. Previously he oversaw the company's business content and worked as a product manager to develop a highly relevant online business section. Prior to joining the Deseret News, Jordan worked in New York as an editor for Bloomberg LP, a leading provider of financial news and information. At Bloomberg he oversaw the company's first news vertical website. Previously he reported on the North American oil, gas and utility industries and markets. Jordan holds a bachelorís degree in economics from Brigham Young University.

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