FT seeks a private capital reporter in London

The Financial Times has an opening for a new private capital reporter based in London. The successful candidate will be able to get to grips quickly with a complicated, diverse sector of the finance industry, while showing an ability to build a wide array of sources in and around some of the world’s most secretive […]

Wiggins becomes FT’s Asia financial correspondent

Kaye Wiggins is moving to Hong Kong to become Asia financial correspondent for the Financial Times. She has been its private capital correspondent in London. Wiggins previously worked for Bloomberg News in London for two years as a reporter on the legal team covering UK courts and litigation. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University […]

Friction between FT columnist Foroohar and World Economic Forum

Max Tani of Semafor reports about tension between Financial Times columnist Rana Foroohar and the World Economic Forum in Davos. Tani reports, “Foroohar complained to WEF chief Klaus Schwab on Friday that her treatment at last year’s forum had persuaded her never to attend the elite confab again. She wrote that she was disappointed when WEF […]

FT’s Financial Advisor IQ seeks a reporter

Financial Advisor IQ, the leading publication covering wealth management, is looking for an journalist who can thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven newsroom. The ideal candidate will be able to join a team of highly motivated and skilled journalists and establish themselves as a leader in the newsroom. We have an energetic team, and seek someone […]

What readers told the FT about its newsletters

Sarah Ebner and Michael Hoole of the Financial Times write about how it analyzes the success of its newsletters. Ebner and Hoole write, “The results of the survey were beyond our most optimistic predictions, with over 78,000 responses (so far) since we launched in March. We can see the most popular newsletters in terms of scores given, and […]

Washington Post hires FT’s Kommenda

Washington Post climate and environment editor Zachary Goldfarb, climate and environment deputy editor Juliet Eilperin and climate and environment visual enterprise editor Monica Ulmanu: We are thrilled to announce that Niko Kommenda is joining the Climate & Environment department as a graphics reporter. Niko comes to the Post from the Financial Times, where he worked […]

Barron’s hires Dattilo for rapid response team

Barron’s editor in chief David Cho sent out the following to the staff: All, We’re excited to announce Emily Dattilo is joining Barron’s from The Financial Times. She’ll work with Joe Woelfel and our amazing Rapid Response team. Emily comes from Financial Advisor IQ – a specialist publication at the FT – where she covered the registered […]

FT names Indap as its Wall Street editor

The Financial Times has appointed Sujeet Indap as Wall Street editor in New York. Indap will help coordinate coverage of big stories in American finance, including takeover battles, bankruptcy disputes and other showdowns in the Wall Street landscape. Indap is currently the FT’s U.S. Editor of the Lex column, where he writes on M&A, corporate […]

NY Times hires Mattu as ME of Dealbook

The New York Times has hired Ravi Mattu to be managing editor of Dealbook. Mattu was the deputy Asia news editor of the Financial Times, helping to drive the paper’s coverage across the Asia-Pacific region. Since joining the FT in 2000, he held a number of senior positions at the FT including, tech editor, business life editor, […]

Financial Times reports 2021 profit after 2020 loss

The Financial Times reported a profit in 2021 after a loss in 2020 due to COVID, and saw a strong increase in revenue as well, reports Charlotte Tobitt of Press Gazette. Tobitt reports, “Financial Times Ltd accounts filed with the UK’s Companies House show it went from a loss before tax of £29m in 2020 to a pre-tax […]