Wall Street Journal seeks multiple national correspondents from across U.S.

The Wall Street Journal is looking for multiple national correspondents from across the U.S. to join its news team on a contract basis. The ideal candidates will identify high-impact stories and issues to cover. The reporter needs to love news and big, fast-breaking news stories. This is a great opportunity for someone eager to be […]

The Markup seeks a senior editor

The Markup, a new publication designed to illuminute how powerful institutions are using technology in ways that impact society, is seeking a senior editor.  Founded in 2018 with the goal of focusing on data-driven journalism, this is a non-partisan, non-profit newsroom of reporters and programmers based in New York. It bills itself as a new […]

Postmedia’s CEO Andrew MacLeod plans to accelerate move to digital era

As Postmedia Network Canada Corp. ends one fiscal year and begins another, its chief executive Andrew MacLeod explored some of the successes and challenges faced by the media giant in a wide-ranging interview with journalist Jason Young that appeared in the Financial Post.  After nine months as CEO, MacLeod sees 10 straight quarters of double-digit […]

Delaney leaves post as co-CEO and editor in chief at Quartz

Kevin Delaney is leaving his post as co-CEO and editor in chief at Quartz, according to reports.  Delaney, who co-founded the business media organization in 2012, is departing to pursue other projects, the company announced Monday.  Delaney was a reporter at The Wall Street Journal for a decade, with that time split between Paris and […]

Delaware State News joins growing list of newspapers setting up paywalls

The Delaware State News has joined the parade of newspapers setting up “paywalls” that limit the number of stories that can be read each month at no charge. The daily newspaper-website in Dover announced that subscribers, beginning in early November, will be limited to five free stories per month. Subscribers can pay what was described as […]

Kaye Wiggins joins the Financial Times in London as private equity reporter

Kaye Wiggins is joining the Financial Times as a private equity reporter in London, England. Since July 2017, she has worked as a reporter on the legal team at Bloomberg News, covering UK courts and litigation.  Before that, she worked as a freelance journalist writing for the Financial Times, the BBC and the Times Education Supplement […]

Reuters buys FC Business Intelligence, organizer of business conferences

Thomson Reuters Corp. says it has acquired FC Business Intelligence, an organizer of business conferences. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, according to news reports.  The company says the business will be rebranded Reuters Events. It will be operated as part of the Reuters News division of Thomson Reuters. FCBI organizes conferences and […]

AltFi is looking for a junior reporter in London to help grow its coverage

AltFi, based in London, England, is looking for a junior reporter to help grow its coverage of fintech, digital banking and alternative finance.  The idea candidate might be a graduate or someone looking for a career change but it is important that they have a grasp of the basics of both news and feature writing.  […]

Kassy Cho joins Bloomberg’s TicToc team in London to develop its audience

Kassy Cho has joined the Bloomberg TicToc team in London, England, to do audience development for their channels and for Instagram.  Aimed at the next generation of media consumers and started in December of 2017, TicToc is Bloomberg’s Twitter network and an expanding media brand offering a podcast and daily newsletter.  Until recently, Cho has […]

Amrita Khalid has a new gig covering tech at Quartz

Amrita Khalid has started to cover tech at Quartz.  Aimed at business leaders, Quartz, founded in 2012, offers a suite of digital products focusing on the global economy.  Until now, Khalid has been working as a contributing writer to Engadget for eight months. Prior to that, she has worked as a freelance journalist, as a […]