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Daniele Manca is editor in chief of finance and economy for Corriere della Sera, the largest newspaper in Italy with a 700,000 circulation. His duties involve coordinating coverage with the senior economics editor and supervising 12 staff journalists in Milan and six economic journalists based in Rome and foreign bureaus. His duties included overseeing the 2006 launch of a new weekly section dedicated to careers and professional training and developing business content for the newspaper’s website. Manca earned a bachelor's degree in literature and philosophy at the University of Bologna, where he studied under Umberto Eco in the department of music, art, and performance. He joined the business staff of Corriere della Sera in 1994 after specializing in economics reporting and editing at a series of magazines and newspapers in Italy.