Fortune’s Kowitt joining Bloomberg Opinion

Tim O’Brien, senior executive editor of Bloomberg Opinion, sent out the following to the staff: Hello Folks — Bob Burgess and I are pleased to let you know that Beth Kowitt will be joining Opinion in New York as a senior columnist covering Corporate America. Beth is a senior editor at Fortune, where she has […]

Modern Healthcare hires Kane as a DC reporter

Modern Healthcare has hired Christopher Kane as a reporter in its Washington office. He previously worked for Acuris Global as a reporter covering antitrust health care stories, including major mergers and acquisitions. He also wrote about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Patent and Trademark office. Kane previously was a contributing reporter for the […]

Bonos named assistant tech editor at Washington Post

Lisa Bonos has been named assistant technology editor at The Washington Post. She most recently wrote about dating and relationships for the Post’s features department. She joined The Post in 2005 and originally was a copy editor for the business news department in 2009. From 2009 to 2011, she was an editor for the Outlook […]

Canales departs Business Insider for Morning Brew

Business Insider reporter Katie Canales is leaving the news organization to join Morning Brew, where she will write for its new cryptocurrency newsletter. Canales is a tech and crypto reporter based in Austin, Texas. She joined Insider in 2018 and focuses heavily on NFTs, blockchain technology, major crypto players, and the booming Web3 space. She has also […]

WSJ reporter Tilley moves to Apple beat

Wall Street Journal reporter Aaron Tilley is now covering Apple for the publication. He has been covering Microsoft since September 2019. Before The Journal, Tilley has been at The Information, covering Apple and the broader hardware sector. Tilley was previously reporting for Forbes, where he got the scoop on Apple making its first wireless Bluetooth chip and did […]

Fast Company shuts website after hack

Fast Company shut its website on Tuesday after it was hacked, reports Richard Lawler of The Verge. Lawler writes, “An article posted to Fast Company’s website before it disappeared included a message from ‘postpixel,’ describing at length how they were able to execute the attack and deriding attempts to secure the outlet’s publishing tools. The message claims they […]

Consumer Reports to lay off 20+ employees, eliminates 28 job vacancies

Consumer Reports CEO Marta Tellado sent out the following to the staff: Dear Colleagues, As a mission-driven organization, we have a profound obligation to deliver trusted information, especially when it’s in short supply. And we must continue to hold big companies and powerful interests accountable in order to create a more fair and just marketplace. Our mission […]

WSJ seeks a publishing editor in New York

The Wall Street Journal is looking for digital journalists with excellent news judgment for our fast-paced news-editing team in New York. We’re seeking editors who are invigorated by the demands of a 24-hour-news cycle and passionate about providing top-quality stories and visuals to readers. You’ll be a member of the Publishing Desk, which is at […]

Greater Wilmington Biz Journal hires Hamrick as a reporter

The Greater Wilmington (N.C.) Business Journal has hired Miriah Hamrick as its newest reporter to cover restaurants and other topics. A story on its website states, “‘Adding the talented Miriah Hamrick to our newsroom will enhance our coverage of the Wilmington region, and we’re happy to have her on the team,’ said Cece Nunn, assistant […]

Wisconsin newspaper names business reporter

The Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) Reporter has named Daphne Lemke to be its business reporter. Lemke writes, “After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with an English degree in 2019, I started as a news assistant for The Northwestern and The Reporter. Afterward, as a reporter, I wrote for the Door County Advocate before spending the […]