NY Times appoints Schmidt social visuals editor

The following excerpt was sent out from The New York Times’ deputy managing editor Steve Duenes and newsroom audience director Anna Dubenko: After a terrific run as director of features and design in Video, we’re delighted to announce that Mike Schmidt will take on a new role as social visuals editor. Mike will lead a team […]

Reuters appoints Dave Asia editor

Sachin Dave has joined Reuters aimed at corporate legal coverage for Asian Legal Business as Asia editor, based in Singapore. Dave will oversee production of ALB Asia, ALB India and ALB Japan editions. Recently, he was a senior editor at The Economic Times in India, where he worked for eight years. There, he covered corporate […]

Barbiroglio joins Carbon Pulse as an EU climate and energy correspondent

Carbon Pulse has appointed Emanuela Barbiroglio as EU climate and energy correspondent. Barbiroglio worked freelance for ANSA, Forbes.com and Voxeurop. She was a data journalist at Property Week, where she oversaw market analysis, visualizations and investigations. Her work appeared in Deutsche Welle, Al Jazeera and Euronews. Barbiroglio has a M.A. in science journalism from City […]

Business Insider finance correspondent Weinman departs

Aaron Weinman, a foreign correspondent covering the people, themes, and culture on Wall Street at Business Insider, has left. Weinman’s tweet reads: “Today’s my last day working in NY. I’m gutted to be leaving, but excited to see family in Aus. Yes, after more than a decade, I’m headed home!” Previously, he was at Thomson […]

The Telegraph taps Almeida as a pensions and money reporter

The Telegraph has appointed Lauren Almeida to serve as a pensions and money reporter. Almeida will cover savings, investments, property, mortgages, insurance, cost of living and more. Recently, she served as an investment reporter. Before that, she was at the Financial Times, where she was an investment writer for Investors’ Chronicle. She interned at The […]

Financial Times hires Onita as assistant companies editor

Laura Onita, a retail editor at The Telegraph, has left to join the Financial Times as an assistant companies editor. Onita joined The Telegraph in 2019 as a retail correspondent. Before that, she was a retail correspondent at the Evening Standard and a business reporter at The Sunday Times. She reported for the Institution of […]

Asgari appointed digital markets correspondent at the FT

The Financial Times has named Nikou Asgari digital markets correspondent to cover all things trading, traditional and crypto exchanges. Recently, Asgari covered European markets from London. Before that, she was based in New York, from where she wrote about U.S. mergers and acquisitions and the U.S. pharmaceutical industry during the coronavirus pandemic. She also reported […]

Talking Biz News Today – Oct. 3, 2022

Some of Monday’s top business news stories: The Associated Press UK scraps tax cut for wealthy that sparked market turmoil, by Jill Lawless CNN Grocery store prices aren’t coming down anytime soon, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner and Nathaniel Meyersohn Tesla robot slowly walks on stage at AI Day, by Matt McFarland The Wall Street Journal Disney Reaches Deal […]

Toronto Star biz reporter Moon departs

Jenna Moon, a reporter covering affordability and personal finance for The Toronto Star’s business section, has left. Moon’s tweet reads: “Hard to put into words how working at this paper has shaped me, and it’s been such an honour to have my byline in its pages. More on what’s next TK.” Moon joined the Star […]

Goldman swaps Modern Healthcare for Axios

Maya Goldman, a rules and regulations reporter at Modern Healthcare, has left to join Axios, where she will continue to cover health policy. Goldman begins on Oct. 11. Previously, she served as Insider health policy reporter/associate editor at Inside Washington Publishers. She interned at The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BNA and Michigan Radio. Goldman has […]