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WSJ announces new roles for Rudegeair and Au-Yeung

November 16, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Peter Rudegeair
Peter Rudegeair

Peter Rudegeair, a reporter covering fintech companies at The Wall Street Journal, has switched beats to report on hedge funds. He joined the Journal in March 2015.

Before that, Rudegeair covered U.S. banks and Wall Street, focused on the Bank of America and Wells Fargo for Reuters, where he joined in July 2010 as an editorial research assistant. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, you can congratulate Rudegeair on X/Twitter.



Angel Au-Yeung — Reporter at The Wall Street Journal
Angel Au-Yeung (Photo: WSJ)

Angel Au-Yeung has been tapped to serve as a reporter covering fintech, payments, and credit card companies. Recently, she reported on various asset-management companies, including BlackRock.

Prior to joining the Journal in March 2022, Au-Yeung was at Forbes, where she worked for four years as a reporter, and then as a staff writer. She had joined as a reporting intern. She also worked as an associate editor and marketing specialist at LinkedIn.

Au-Yeung has a B.S. from UC San Diego and a master’s degree from Columbia University.

You can congratulate Au-Yeung on X/Twitter.

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