Motley Fool hires Jurney as editor/analyst
The Motley Fool has hired Corinne Jurney as an editor/analyst.
She starts next week at the personal finance site.
Dylan Lewis, tech and consumer goods bureau chief, wrote to the staff:
The Motley Fool is aggressively hiring to continue our push into new digital channels and expand our content distribution partnerships.
We’re thrilled to have Corinne on board to help do that — she has a deep background in business news from her time at Forbes and experience covering consumer protection issues. That combination makes her a huge asset in our efforts to cover the stock market and personal finance topics as an advocate for the retail investor.
We’re excited to see what she brings to the table to help us push into new content areas and continue to serve great content up to our millions of members, readers, and podcast listeners.
Jurney most recently has been at The Capitol Forum in Washington as a consumer protection correspondent. She left there earlier this year.
Before that, she was a senior investing producer at Forbes, where she worked for two years.
Jurney is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill.