Reuters hires Stafford as global race and justice editor

Reuters has hired Kat Stafford to be its global race and justice editor. She will start on Sept. 5. Stafford has been with the Associated Press as a national investigative race reporter. She worked with AP journalists around the country and globally to deliver smart and impactful journalism on the issues of race and inequality. Stafford was […]

AP hires Grantham-Phillips to cover trending biz news

The Associated Press has hired Wyatte Grantham-Phillips to cover trending business news. She will start on April 24. Grantham-Phillips has been a trending reporter for USA Today. Her previous work can also be seen in Variety, The Santa Fe New Mexican, California Magazine and more. She is a graduate of Northwestern University.

WSJ’s Day returning to the Associated Press

Wall Street Journal data reporter Chad Day is returning to the Associated Press to be chief elections analyst. Day is the lead data reporter on The Wall Street Journal’s national politics team where he covers presidential campaigns, elections, demographics and money in politics. He also builds newsroom tools that help reporters explore data to better understand the […]

AP seeks a general assignment biz reporter

The Associated Press seeks a journalist with an instinct for trending news to join our team as a general assignment reporter based in New York. This journalist will join our global newsgathering team to help cover trending business news that will help people understand how economic forces impact their lives. They will work with our […]

AP biz reporter Batrawy departs for NPR

Aya Batrawy, global economy and mobility reporter at the Associated Press, is leaving the news organization for a position at NPR. She will be a Middle East correspondent and will start Nov. 7 Didrik Schanche, chief international editor, made the following announcement: She comes to NPR from The Associated Press, where she has worked as […]

Two biz reporters receive National Press Foundation fellowships for Wharton

The National Press Foundation has awarded fellowships for two journalists to attend the Wharton Seminars for Business Journalists. Samantha Delouya of Business Insider and Sally Ho of the Associated Press will attend the Oct. 17–19 seminars in Philadelphia at the Wharton School. Each year, NPF provides funds for two journalists to attend the seminars at […]

AP hires two personal finance reporters

Associated Press global business editor Noreen Gillespie sent out the following on Thursday: We are pleased to share that we will soon be welcoming two new journalists to the Business News team to focus on personal finance. These two journalists come to us with support from the Charles Schwab Foundation, which is providing grant funding for […]

CNBC hires Choi to edit business and consumer news

Candice Choi has been hired by CNBC to help edit business and consumer news stories. Choi has been at the Associated Press for 17 years, most recently as the water team leader. She was also a longtime food industry reporter, personal finance reporter, and business reporter. She spent 2017-18 as a Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellow at the […]

WSJ hires AP’s Arbel for speed and trending team

The Wall Street Journal has hired Tali Arbel as an editor on its speed and trending team. She previously has been at the Associated Press, covering technology and telecommunications. Arbel joined the AP in September 2007. She previously worked at People as a writer and researcher. She also interned at Conde Nast Traveler. Arbel holds a bachelor’s […]

AP biz editor Foss moves to top stories editor role

Brad Foss, who has been the Associated Press global business editor since December 2017, has moved to a top stories editor role. He is assigning and editing coverage of the biggest news stories of the day, plus longer features. Foss was previously a business reporter and deputy business editor at The Associated Press. He guided in-depth […]