Consumer Reports seeks investigative reporter for consumer safety

Consumer Reports’ investigative journalism team has alerted consumers to the potentially dangerous levels of toxic chemicals in their drinking water and arsenic in their baby food, taken both a well-known manufacturer and the government to task for keeping a product linked to infant fatalities on the market and, and shared how neighborhoods with a disproportionately high number of people […]

WSJ hires Felton to cover auto industry

The Wall Street Journal has hired Ryan Felton to cover the auto industry. He has been an investigative reporter on the Special Projects team at Consumer Reports, where he has written about bottled water, electric scooters, and safety recalls in Uber and Lyft vehicles. Felton previously was at auto industry site Jalopnik, where he was a transportation and technology […]

Consumer Reports seeks deputy content editor for home and appliances

Consumer Reports is looking for an enthusiastic, organized, and creative editor to help develop the Home & Appliance division’s content strategy, covering everything from the best mattresses of the year and emerging and trending products to how to find an appliance during a shortage and how to lower your utility bills. You’ll work closely with our team of in-house writers and editors […]

Consumer Reports has hired a chief strategy officer

Consumer Reports said Thursday that it has hired Jessica Freireich as chief strategy officer. Freireich will lead the organization’s strategy and planning as Consumer Reports continues to build new business and impact initiatives that can shape the marketplace to be truly consumer-driven. “We are delighted to welcome Jessica to the leadership team at Consumer Reports,” […]

Lashbrook joins Consumer Reports as a writer/reporter

Consumer Reports has hired Angela Lashbrook as a writer/reporter. Currently, she writes a column at Medium’s OneZero called “Microprocessing,” which addresses our relation with technology. She also writes about science, health, tech, and books for The Outline, VICE, Vox, The Atlantic, NYLON, and others as a freelancer. Lashbrook was also a social media editor at […]

Consumer Reports seeks a senior writer/editor for electronics

Founded in 1936, Consumer Reports has a mission to create a fair and just marketplace for all. Widely known for our rigorous research and testing of products and services, we also survey millions of consumers each year, report extensively on marketplace issues, and advocate for consumer rights and protections around safety, digital rights, financial fairness, […]

Consumer Reports seeks a reporter to cover home and appliances

Is the new Nest video doorbell better than Ring’s? Which refrigerators should be on your shortlist if you’re shopping right now? And does the way you put your favorite smoothie ingredients into your blender make a difference?” Consumers Reports answers these questions and more for the over 15 million unique visitors who come to […]

CNET hires Fowler to cover cybersecurity

Tech news site CNET has hired Bree Fowler as a senior writer to cover cybersecurity. For the past four and a half years, Fowler has been a technology reporter and writer specializing in digital security and privacy at Consumer Reports. She also covered smartphones, wearable technology, and other emerging tech. Before joining Consumer Reports, she worked as […]

Consumer Reports seeks an editor for its Home team

Consumer Reports, one of the world’s most influential mission-driven testing and media organizations, reaches more than 15 million unique visitors through every month. CR is looking for an enthusiastic and creative editor, focused on the development of the Home & Appliance division’s content strategy. As an editor on the Home team, you’ll work closely […]

Consumer Reports hires Grauer for Security Planner

Longtime technology reporter Yael Grauer has been hired by Consumer Reports to help direct Security Planner, its service to help people with online security. Grauer will be reporting on privacy and security, and working on digital rights investigations. She has written for Ars Technica, The Intercept, Wired, Motherboard, Slate, Breaker, and other publications. She’s also been the […]