Matt Rosoff has left Business Insider. He’d been executive editor there since 2010. He’s been named editorial director of CNBC Digital, a new role at the company. Deadline reports that Alyssa Mastromanco, COO of Vice, has left the company. She’s been named A+E Networks’ president of global communications strategy and talent and will act as a liaison with Viceland, the cable network shared by A+E and Vice Media. Meanwhile, Anne Kim, former policy editor at the brand, is moving to a new role as senior writer. Saahil Desai has been named a digital editor, who’ll be responsible for operations for the site and social media. He recently interned at Washington Monthly, as well as The American Prospect. Gilad Edelman, who joins as an editor of Washington Monthly’s bi-monthly print magazine, has written for brands such as Slate and The New Yorker. Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move… Jason Zengerle has been named a contributing editor at The New York Times Magazine. He’ll continue to serve as a politics correspondent for GQ. They join Nazuk Kochhar, who has been promoted to associate editor. Talking Biz News reports that Jim Tankersley has been hired by Vox. Tankersley, who previously served as an economic policy correspondent for The Washington Post, has not revealed what his role will be at Vox. Washington Monthly has added two staffers: Music brand The Fader has hired two social media editors, Juliana Pache and Ali Suliman. In her new role, Kochhar will develop newsletter and video products for The Fader, as well as contribute to the brand’s site and print edition. The Fader’s cross-platform reach has grown to an audience of 300 million this year and online traffic to the site has more than doubled between January and September to 4 million readers. Pache joins from Okayplayer where she was a social media manager. Suliman, who graduated earlier this year from the Fashion Institute of Technology, previously interned at Complex and Interview.