Thorpe, Bloomberg News Toronto bureau chief, retires

Jacqueline Thorpe

Jacqueline Thorpe, Toronto bureau chief for Bloomberg News, retired Friday.

She had been Toronto bureau chief since February 2012. She also spent some time in Mumbai on a job swatch.

“Thanks to all I’ve pestered for interviews over the years,” wrote Thorpe on Twitter.

Before Bloomberg, Thorpe was deputy managing editor of the Financial Post. She was also economics and markets editor, a columnist and a reporter at the Financial Post, which she joined in August 1998. She wrote a weekly column called the “Big Picture” on major economic trends in Canada and around the world. She also reported on economic indicators, currencies, central bank and government fiscal policy, stock markets, bond markets and trade..