Charlie Rose has been named a columnist in the new BusinessWeek magazine.
Rose, who broadcasts his show from Bloomberg's New York studios, will join the magazine when Bloomberg LP takes ownership of the property from McGraw-Hill.
"His BusinessWeek column will showcase smart conversations with the best thinkers, CEOs, politicians and other newsmakers," Bloomberg LP said in an announcement. "Each week, Rose will offer insights into and takeaways from those who impact and drive the global business and financial markets."
"I am excited, inspired and honored to join BusinessWeek as it becomes part of the Bloomberg family," Rose said in the announcement. "It offers me an opportunity to work with Norm and the new team at BusinessWeek as we engage the ideas and people that impact our life and work. This relationship makes new possibilities for me in the global conversation."
"Charlie Rose is a legendary journalist who has interviewed virtually every important player in the world of business and finance," said Norm Pearlstine, Bloomberg's Chief Content Officer, who will serve as BusinessWeek's chairman. "No one is more adept at engaging influential leaders in thoughtful and meaningful conversation and we are delighted to bring his talent to BusinessWeek."
Earlier this month, it was announced that Maria Bartiromo and Jack & Suzy Welch would end their columns when Bloomberg took over the magazine.