Longtime Publisher of SF Biz Times, Huss, to Retire

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After 32 years at the helm of the San Francisco Business Times, publisher Mary Huss has announced her retirement. Huss has been a prominent figure in the Bay Area business community and has played a significant role in shaping the publication into a leading source of business news and analysis.

Huss joined the Business Times in 1989 and quickly rose through the ranks, eventually becoming publisher in 2006. Under her leadership, the publication has received numerous accolades and has been recognized as one of the top business journals in the country. Huss has been an influential voice in the business community, providing insight and analysis on key economic and industry trends.

During her tenure, Huss has overseen the expansion of the Business Times’ coverage, including the launch of new digital platforms and initiatives. She has also played a key role in building relationships with the local business community and has been a champion for diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Huss’s retirement marks the end of an era for the Business Times, but her impact on the publication and the Bay Area business community will be felt for years to come. As she prepares to step down, she leaves behind a legacy of integrity, innovation, and dedication to quality journalism.

In a statement announcing her retirement, Huss expressed her gratitude to the Business Times’ staff, readers, and the business community for their support over the years. She also noted that she is confident in the publication’s future and excited to see what the next chapter holds.

Moving forward, the Business Times will be led by a new publisher, and the search for Huss’s replacement is currently underway. Whoever takes the helm will have big shoes to fill, but Huss’s legacy and the strong foundation she has built will undoubtedly set the stage for continued success.

As the Business Times bids farewell to Mary Huss, the publication and the Bay Area business community are grateful for her years of dedicated service and look forward to celebrating her many accomplishments. Her retirement marks the end of an era, but the Business Times will undoubtedly continue to be a vital resource for the region’s business leaders for years to come.

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