Financial Times hires Borrett as data journalist

The Financial Times has hired Amy Borrett as a data journalist. She will work on economics and financial data. Borrett previously was a data journalist for Sky News and a data journalist for the New Statesman. She was also a tech fellow at Business Insider and an intern with the Financial times. Borrett holds a bachelor’s degree […]

Where the problem exists in business journalism

Emily Russell of Columbia Journalism Review spoke with Rana Foroohar, a global business columnist at the Financial Times, about the World Economic Forum and the problems with business journalism. Here is an excerpt: The solution is to have more and better local business coverage. But there’s fewer local news outlets out there—there’s just fewer people to […]

FT seeks a political news editor

The Financial Times is looking for a dynamic and ambitious journalist to join the New York news desk and edit our US political coverage. The US political news editor will work with the FT’s Washington bureau chief to run our coverage of the 2024 presidential race as well as other major American political events. In […]

FT seeks a San Francisco correspondent

We require an experienced correspondent to keep a close eye and even lead some stories on key competitors such as Google and Microsoft. For example, these groups are battling each other over the future of cloud computing, a sector that is vital to businesses worldwide. The beat includes other responsibilities and will provide a wider […]

FT seeks a US data journalist

The Financial Times is looking for a New York-based data journalist to join its award-winning visual and data journalism team. You will be a key member of a nimble, multidisciplinary team, responsible for both reporting and producing original stories and enhancing our existing coverage with sharp empirical analysis and effective data visualisation. Given the FT’s focus […]

FT Alphaville shutters Mastadon service

FT Alphaville has closed its Mastadon server, writes Bryce Elder of the Financial Times. Elder writes, “A few months ago, FT Alphaville thought it might be fun to host a Mastodon server. Boy, were we wrong! “It is therefore with relief and regret that we announce the shutdown of, this blog’s completely unofficial home on the […]

Washington Post hires FT’s Gilbert as a data reporter

The following was sent out from The Washington Post’s director of the data reporting team Meghan Hoyer and Well+Being editor Tara Parker-Pope: We’re excited to welcome Caitlin Gilbert to The Post, where she will be a data reporter embedded on the Well+Being team. Caitlin has worked for the past year and a half as a […]

Foy to write FT’s Europe Express newsletter

Henry Foy is the new voice of “Europe Express,” the FT’s weekday newsletter  on European affairs. Foy will continue to serve as the FT’s European diplomatic correspondent, based in Brussels. He reports on the EU’s foreign policy, relations between Brussels and other world powers, and the diplomatic intrigues between member states. Previously he was Moscow […]

New beat in Paris for FT’s Klasa

Adrienne Klasa, acting asset management reporter at the Financial Times, will join the publication’s Paris bureau to cover France’s biggest companies across luxury, media, consumer, pharma and tech. Klasa has been with the FT for more than eight years. She joined as a reporter for “This is Africa” magazine, and later served as its editor. […]

FT names Pop its Europe news editor

Valentina Pop has been named Europe news editor for the Financial Times. She will be moving to London in 2023. She has been editing its Brussels Briefing newsletter. She previously has been at The Wall Street Journal, where she wrote about European politics, international courts, migration and other related topics  in Brussels. She had been at the […]