Today is my last day at Dealbreaker. All the obvious things are true: this is the best job I've ever had, it's been an incredibly fun two years, and I will always be grateful to Bess and Breaking Media for giving me this opportunity. Also to all of you: thanks for reading, for commenting, for emailing, and for generally being the best audience on the internet, financial or otherwise. I will miss it here.
After some vacation I'll be moving on to another opportunity, which will be announced shortly after Labor Day. I can't tell you much about it yet, but I will still be writing about finance on the internet, and I'm excited for it.1 I hope you'll keep reading. Also I hope you'll follow me on Twitter, if that's your thing.
I started reading Dealbreaker as a junior M&A lawyer in 2006, so I've been a fan from the beginning. It's still a little hard to believe that I got to actually help make Dealbreaker for a while. It's been a great privilege, and I'm looking forward to being a fan again.
1.Also there will probably be footnotes. This is a bit of a throwaway but it is also my last Dealbreaker footnote so let me take a moment here. Okay.