WSJ hires Fanelli as greater New York bureau chief
The Wall Street Journal has hired James Fanelli as the bureau chief for its Greater New York section.
Fanelli is currently an enterprise reporter at the New York Daily News. Before that, he was an investigative reporter at the website DNAinfo.
He previously spent two years at the Daily News, first as a general assignment reporter and then as an assistant city editor overseeing the courts and transit beats.
Before the News, he worked for four years at the New York Post as a Sunday enterprise reporter. He’s also worked as an editor at amNewYork and the Queens Courier and has freelanced for Newsday.
He grew up in Long Island and graduated from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and Holy Cross College.