WSJ’s Lublin to receive Loeb career achievement award
Joann Lublin, who recently retired after 47 years at The Wall Street Journal, is this year’s winner of the Gerald Loeb Lifetime Achievement Award.
Lublin is the former management news editor at The Journal.
She worked in bureaus across the U.S., where her beats included labor issues, housing and urban affairs. She served as the Journal’s deputy bureau chief in London before transferring to New York, creating the “Managing Your Career” column and sharing a Pulitzer Prize for stories about corporate scandals.
Her coverage of corporate governance, executive pay, management recruiting and succession appeared on the Journal’s front page and Business & Tech section.
Lublin is also the author of “Earning It: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World.”
Lublin earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism with honors from Northwestern University and a master’s degree in communications from Stanford University.
The Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an individual whose career exemplifies the consistent, superior insight and professional skills necessary to further the understanding of business, financial and economic issues.
Last year’s winner was Walt Mossberg, executive editor at The Verge and editor-at-large for Recode.