Michael Wilson, Sky News’ Business Editor is to leave Sky at the end of the Month.
Speaking of his decision to leave, Wilson said: “I’ve done almost twenty years at Sky and I’m leaving when I’ve still got the appetite for some new ventures. Sky has redefined the provision of television news and I’m proud to have played a part.”
John Ryley, Head of Sky News said, ?Michael Wilson has decided to leave Sky News after many dedicated years of service to pursue other interests.
?Sky News has benefitted enormously from Michael’s enthusiasm for business news and I want to thank him very much for his commitment and contribution to Sky News’s business coverage.
?I wish Michael the very best for the future?.
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