Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move…The Nation has named Steph Burt (pictured) and Carmen Giménez Smith poetry editors, starting in mid-September. Both newly named editors are authors, with several titles to their name. Burt is a professor of English at Harvard University, while Giménez Smith is a professor of English at Virginia Tech.Garrett Kai has been promoted to Vice President, General Manager of Agency Services at Bonnier Corp. In his new position, Kai will help expand the company’s agency services offerings throughout the country. He most recently headed the company’s Motorcycle Group in-house marketing agency, QuickShift.CNN has hired Hadas Gold, where she will cover the European politics, media and business beat. Gold joins CNN from POLITICO, where she served as a media and political reporter for the last five years.Informa Marketing Services has named John Ecke VP of products and Scott Harris VP of sales enablement. Ecke formerly served as VP, digital products at Penton Ag, while Harris most recently worked as VP, sales and marketing at IDG TechNetwork.Yahoo Finance has hired Amanda Fung as editor. Fung joins Yahoo Finance from Crain’s New York Business, where she served as web editor.HMP Communications has appointed Hilary Gates as program director of EMS World Expo, a conference and trade show for EMS professionals. Gates serves as a paramedic in Alexandria, Virgina and is also a freelance writer and adjunct professor. Hearst Magazines has announced Jon Gluck as executive director, editorial talent, development and special projects. Starting in early September, he will oversee senior-level editorial recruitment for Hearst Magazines’ new launches and print brands, as well as magazine development. Gluck formerly served as managing editor of Vogue.“To say that the industry is going through an exciting period of change is an understatement,” says David Carey, president of Hearst Magazines in a statement. “Jon will play a central role in the transformation of our U.S. media business, both as we evolve our existing businesses, and acquire and start new ones.”“In addition to identifying and fostering talent, Jon will help create new brands and partnerships and strengthen existing ones as we double-down on development,” says chief content officer Joanna Coles in a company statement. “Following on the success of our premiere issues of The Pioneer Woman and Airbnbmag, we’re more focused than ever on accelerating the process from idea to introduction.”Additionally, Hearst Magazines Digital Media (HMDM) has appointed Roselle Schjong as senior director of research and insights. Schjong formerly worked as the executive director of insights and sales services at Condé Nast.