Jim Impoco is the award-winning editor in chief of Newsweek, which he joined in September 2013. Before that, he was executive editor at Thomson Reuters Digital as well as Reuter's inaugural enterprise editor. At Reuters, he created and directed a critically acclaimed glossy quarterly magazine. He has also been deputy editor at Condé Nast Portfolio, helping to conceive and launch an award-winning business monthly. As Sunday Business Editor at The New York Times, Impoco reimagined and managed both the business section's Saturday and Sunday coverage. Before that, he was an Assistant Managing Editor at Fortune, where he commissioned and edited the article that helped expose the fraud at Enron.