(Reuters) - TheStreet Inc, which owns websites that offer financial news and investment advice, said David Callaway, the editor-in-chief of Gannett Co Inc's USA Today, would become its chief executive in July.
Callaway will replace Larry Kramer who is currently its interim CEO, TheStreet said in a statement.
Callaway joined USA Today as editor-in-chief in 2012 and is credited with expanding the newspaper's online operation. He has also worked at financial news site MarketWatch, Bloomberg News and the Boston Herald.
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TheStreet's most recognizable face, however, is its co-founder Jim Cramer who hosts the Mad Money show on CNBC television.
(Reporting by Sai Sachin R in Bengaluru; Editing by Anil D'Silva)