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After 20 Years, BBC News Website Launcher To Leave

Tim Weber will leave the BBC in June after most recently serving as business and technology editor for BBC News Interactive. News of his departure was met with surprise and plaudits from senior newsroom figures, including business editor Robert Peston and economics editor Stephanie Flanders. Weber was one of the three remaining employees at the BBC to have helped launch the corporation's news website in 1997. He joined in 1991 as a producer with its German service before climbing the ranks to become output editor of Europe Today and Newshour on the World Service.

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