FT seeks a hedge fund correspondent in London

The Financial Times has an exciting new opportunity for covering hedge funds in London. This is a beat that involves getting under the skin of some of the most fascinating and secretive characters and companies in global markets, and figuring out who is making (or losing) millions. Based in London, the Hedge Fund Correspondent should […]

FT’s Lee joining Bloomberg Opinion

Financial Times technology correspondent David Lee has been hired by Bloomberg Opinion. He will be leaving the newspaper, where he has been for more than three years, next month. Lee had previously been with BBC for more than a decade, and he’s been in San Francisco since 2015 overseeing the BBC’s coverage of North America […]

Why the FT launched an inexpensive mobile app

So given this success, why did the FT launch a mobile app last year that only costs around £5 a month? To answer this question, Simon Owens turned to Malcolm Moore, a longtime Financial Times editor who was put in charge of FT Edit, which is the name for the new mobile app. They discussed […]

Financial Times seeks a Jakarta correspondent

The Financial Times is looking for an enterprising and energetic reporter to cover Indonesia, a sprawling archipelago of more than 17,000 islands with the world’s fourth-largest population, along with several other important economies in south-east Asia. Reopening an FT bureau in Jakarta, the correspondent will establish our coverage in the minds of editors and readers […]

Financial Times seeks a Tokyo correspondent

The Financial Times is seeking a Tokyo Correspondent to join its three-reporter bureau in the Japanese capital. Despite years of low growth, the country is still a cornerstone of the global economy, home to one of the world’s largest pools of investment capital, leading companies such as Toyota, and colorful entrepreneurs such as Masayoshi Son. […]

What top female editors in biz journalism means for coverage

Heather McGregor of journalism.co.uk looks at female top editors at The Wall Journal, The Financial Times and The Economist for the first time ever and what that means. McGregor writes, “All of that is fantastic progress, and more likely to inspire other women journalists to want to be editors – after all, it is hard to be […]

FT’s Money Media seeks editorial intern – health payer specialist

Money-Media, a business division of the Financial Times, is looking for an enterprising reporter for a new publication covering the health insurance market. As an editorial intern, you will cover the health insurance industry and write everything from scoops to analytical trend pieces. You will develop a source list and become a trusted provider of […]

FT’s Tett named provost of King’s College

Gillian Tett, the chair of the editorial board and U.S. editor at large at The Financial Times, has been named provost of King’s College. She will start in October and continue to write a column for The Financial Times. Gillian has received several awards in recognition of her work, including Columnist of the Year (2014), […]

FT appoints Murgia as its artificial intelligence editor

The Financial Times has appointed Madhumita Murgia as AI editor. In this newly created role, Murgia will head up the FT’s coverage of artificial intelligence stories, writing about the business, companies, policy and science behind AI. Murgia will be the FT’s lead correspondent on the subject while also working with the technology news editor, Murad […]

Why the FT created a fiction film

Bron Maher of Press Gazette reports on why the Financial Times developed and produced a 15-minute fiction film about child safety online. Maher reports, “One of Riddell’s projects at the FT has been ‘FT Standpoint,’ a series of genre-spanning documentaries produced by pairing the paper’s journalists with artists. Capture’s writer, playwright Nina Segal, said after the […]