Barron’s seeks an audience managing editor

Barron’s magazine, a Dow Jones publication, is seeking an audience managing editor. Reports to the Editor in Chief This role suits an energetic editor who is committed to ensuring Barron’s is at the forefront of the digital news media for reporting and analysis of investing and finance. The Audience Managing Editor will manage a team […]

Barron’s seeks a luxury editor

Barron’s magazine, a Dow Jones publication, is seeking a luxury editor. The primary responsibilities are: The Luxury Editor will be responsible for managing DJMG’s journalism aimed at providing advice and insight to high net worth individuals, including on financial and luxury lifestyle topics, including Penta. The editor will grow Penta’s online presence including developing a […]

Barron’s seeks markets managing editor

Barron’s magazine, a Dow Jones publication, is seeking a markets managing editor. Reports to the Editor in Chief. The editor must be ambitious and deeply passionate about sophisticated, real-time coverage of global markets – including bonds, stocks, foreign exchange, commodities, or derivative. He or she will work closely with reporters – potentially including reporters in […]

Tan, former editor of Barron’s Asia, resigns

Kopin Tan, former editor of Barron’s Asia, has resigned. Tan has spent 18 and a half years at Dow Jones & Co. and 12 and a half years at Barron’s. Most recently, he has been writing features and columns for the U.S. Barron’s. “It’s been said that people don’t leave jobs, they leave managers,” wrote Tan on Facebook. […]

CNNMoney hires Barron’s Shane in Hong Kong

CNNMoney international managing editor Mark Thompson sent out the following announcement on Tuesday: I am excited to announce an addition to CNNMoney’s international team. Daniel Shane will be joining us in Hong Kong as a reporter, starting in September. For the last two years, Daniel has been a staff writer at Barron’s in Hong Kong, covering investment […]

Dow Jones launches group for LGBT employees

Dow Jones & Co., the parent of The Wall Street Journal, and Barron’s, sent out the following to its employees on Monday: Pride@DJ, a new organization for LGBTQ employees at Dow Jones, has officially launched and is welcoming new members. Similar to the successful efforts of Women@DJ, Pride@DJ will bring together lesbian, gay, bisexual, […]

Bell named editor in chief of Barron’s

Almar Latour, publisher and executive vice president of the Dow Jones Media Group, sent out the following announcement to the staff on Tuesday: Colleagues, I’m thrilled to announce that Katherine Bell is appointed Editor-in-Chief of Barron’s Magazine.  She will lead Barron’s newsroom, oversee its digital transformation, and seek to further expand its global subscriber audience […]

Dow Jones refuses to talk about its pay gap problem

Dow Jones, the parent company of The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and other news publications, is refusing to publicly discuss a report showing evidence of a widespread gender pay gap at the company, reports Kelsey Sutton of Mic. Sutton writes, “IAPE, believing more people at the company needed their salaries adjusted, hired its own consultancy to review […]

Barron’s seeks editor in chief/managing editor

Dow Jones is looking for an Editor in Chief/Managing Editor to lead Barron’s newsroom, Barron’s magazine, Barron’s digital, Barron’s conferences and Barron’s newsletters. The right candidate has unrivaled knowledge of the financial industry, wealth management, business, and investing, coupled with a stellar background as an editor. She or he will have deep experience managing financial […]

WSJ’s union wants data on women vs. men pay

The Independent Association of Publishers’ Employees, which represents business journalists at The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and, sent the following to its members on Wednesday: It’s International Women’s Day, and we’re proud to recognize that at IAPE TNG/CWA Local 1096. As you may remember, a year ago today we published a preliminary review of […]