Suzanne Goldenberg will be joining the spot enterprise editing team at Reuters and will be based in Washington.
Goldenberg comes to Reuters from The Washington Post. As Sunday business editor, she turned the weekly print section into a go-to destination for in-depth stories about business, the economy, technology and personal finance.
She also edited an award-winning project exposing the limits to Corporate America’s pledges of redress after George Floyd’s murder and the 10-part series “Sincerely, Michelle,” in which personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary shared her experiences as a Black woman to expose racial barriers often invisible to White Americans.
Goldenberg joined The Post in 2017 as economics and policy editor, leading coverage of the tumultuous trade wars during the Trump administration. She also ran investigations into workplace misconduct and was a driving force behind the Business Desk’s expansion into data visualization.
Before joining The Post, Suzanne was a longtime reporter for The Guardian, with postings in Delhi, Jerusalem and Washington. She covered the Palestinian intifada and produced a four-part investigation into the minds of suicide bombers. In 2003, she was one of the few Western reporters to remain in Baghdad during the U.S. invasion.
Among her awards for reporting are the Society for Environmental Journalism’s Kevin Carmody Award, the Bayeux-Calvados Award for war correspondents, Journalist of the Year awards from Britain’s What the Papers Say and the Foreign Press Association, the James Cameron Award and the London Press Club’s Edgar Wallace Award. In 2007 she wrote a book on Hillary Clinton.