Reuters reporter Nickel moving to editing desk

Reuters reporter Rod Nickel is moving to an editing position at the news service. Nickel has been covering energy, agriculture and politics in Western Canada with the energy transition a key area of focus. Has done short reporting stints in Afghanistan, Pakistan, France and Brazil and covered Hurricane Michael in Florida, Tropical Storm Nate in New […]

Bloomberg reporter Bodoni departs

Stephanie Bodoni

Stephanie Bodoni, a Bloomberg News reporter for 18 years, has left the news organization to become a communications adviser to Luxembourg’s prime minister. She has been an EU correspondent for the news organization for the past 17 years. Before that, she covered legal affairs for Bloomberg in London. She also spent four years as Europe […]

Reuters seeks an ag reporter in Winnipeg

Reuters seeks a driven reporter to join its Canada team to cover agriculture. It is a crucial time for agriculture commodities coverage as a fall in prices of the main grains hurts farmers worldwide. The right candidate will be as comfortable writing on price movements in canola, livestock, wheat and corn as producing scoops and […]

FT taps Jilani as Pakistan correspondent

Humza Jilani

The Financial Times has named Humza Jilani as its Pakistan correspondent. He has been an editor on its world news desk for the past six months. Jilani previously interned at The Wall Street Journal in London. He also interned for The Economist, Reuters and Foreign Policy. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and […]

WSJ seeks a senior reporter in Hong Kong

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a senior reporter to join our Business, Finance and Economics team in Hong Kong. This team focuses on the biggest money and business stories in Asia. Its mandate is ambitious and distinctive reporting and writing: We’re looking for revelatory investigations, world-beating scoops, I-had-no-idea features, whip-smart analysis and writerly […]

WSJ seeks a senior reporter in Singapore

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a senior reporter to join our Business, Finance and Economics team in Singapore. This team focuses on the biggest money and business stories in Asia. Its mandate is ambitious and distinctive reporting and writing: We’re looking for revelatory investigations, world-beating scoops, I-had-no-idea features, whip-smart analysis and writerly profiles […]

Bloomberg Media, partner launch Japanese content deal

Bloomberg Media and Tokyo Broadcasting System Television announced Monday a new content partnership to bring Japanese news consumers expanded access to business and financial news from Bloomberg through TBS NEWS DIG. A jointly-branded section of its website will launch June 1. “Launched only in 2022, TBS NEWS DIG has quickly become an indispensable news destination […]

Shin departs The Economist for AFP

Hieun Shin

Agence France-Presse has hired Hieun Shin as its correspondent in South Korea. She has been covering South and North Korea at The Economist since 2018. She is currently a board member at the Asian American Journalists Association Seoul Chapter. Before joining The Economist, she was a translator and English teacher in Seoul. Shin graduated from […]

Bloomberg hires Mulima to cover Canadian transportation

Monique Mulima

Bloomberg News has hired Monique Mulima to cover Canadian aviation, automotive, rail and retail sectors. She has been an intern in its New York office. Mulima previously interned at the Financial Times and Block Club Chicago. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Ryerson University and a master’s degree from DePaul University.

Yu among the WSJ layoffs in Asia

Elaine Yu

Wall Street Journal reporter Elaine Yu was among the layoffs in Asia last week. Yu has covered topics ranging from cryptocurrencies and casinos to business and political developments in Hong Kong and China. She was previously a correspondent for Agence France-Presse, and has written for publications including the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Intercept and […]