Reuters Breakingviews seeks a China columnist in Hong Kong

We’re looking for a talented thinker and writer who can craft insightful well-sourced views on Chinese business, finance and economics to join our global team. Reuters Breakingviews has an unrivalled reputation for delivering clear, punchy, insightful commentary for a global financial audience. As part of Reuters, we combine access to high-level contacts with the highest […]

CJR EIC Pope: Davos shows we need to fix business journalism

Columbia Journalism Review editor in chief Kyle Pope writes about the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland and what it says about business journalism. Pope writes, “I attended Davos once, on the eve of the subprime crash, when I was a senior editor at Condé Nast’s Portfolio, a glossy magazine that covered global business. The magazine died […]

LA Times hires Merchant as tech columnist

Los Angeles Times business editor Jeff Bercovici sent out the following on Friday: It’s my great pleasure to announce that Brian Merchant is joining Business as our new technology columnist. For years, I’ve been a fan and frequent envier of Merchant’s work on the tech beat, and I know some of you share that experience. […]

Star Tribune names Ramstad its business columnist

Evan Ramstad, an editor at the Star Tribune business news section, will become the newest columnist in the section, starting Jan. 1. A story on its website states, “An Iowa native, Ramstad, 57, has also worked as a reporter and editor in Dallas, New York, Washington, Hong Kong and Seoul. He spent most of his […]

The need for more diversity among biz reporters

Dominic-Madori Davis, a senior reporter at TechCrunch, writes about the need for more diversity in tech and business journalism for Nieman Lab. Davis writes, “Next year, I want to see the hiring and retention of diverse staff reporters — and I don’t mean just white women — who are then given platforms to not only […]

Los Angeles Times seeks a tech columnist

The Los Angeles Times is seeking a Business columnist to be our lead voice on the technology industry and how tech is changing the nature of work. This person will write tightly argued essays and news analyses that help readers make sense of technology’s effects on business, the economy, culture and politics. The ideal candidate […]

How the media misunderstood the FTX scandal

David Z. Morris of CoinDesk writes about how the mainstream media hasn’t reported the FTX scandal accurately. Morris writes, “August institutions including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal have uncovered many key facts about the scandal, but they have also repeatedly seemed to downplay the facts in ways that soft-pedaled Bankman-Fried’s intent and culpability. […]

Why the lack of biz journalism is a missed business opportunity

American Banker reporter Claire Williams reviews “The Future of Business Journalism: Why it Matters for Wall Street and Main Street,” written by her former professor Chris Roush. Williams writes, “Where did that leave people like me, at 20 years old at the University of North Carolina, walking into Roush’s business reporting class for the first time? I […]

FT hires Tooze to be contributing editor

The Financial Times has hired author and economist Adam Tooze as a contributing editor in New York. Tooze will bring his  perspective to the multiple crises besetting the global economy to the FT in a monthly column. Tooze is the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of History at Columbia University and director of the […]

Washington Post hires Bloomberg Opinion’s Duenwald

Bloomberg Opinion managing editor Mary Duenwald has been hired by the Washington Post to be a senior editor for its opinion section. She will start in October. Duenwald was a member of the Bloomberg Opinion editorial board covering health care and the environment. Before coming to Bloomberg in 2011, she was the deputy op-ed page editor at […]