How a business journalism career got its start

Chris Hill of The Motley Fool interviewed ESPN NFL analyst Mina Kimes about her career, which started in business journalism. Here is an excerpt: Mina Kimes: The thing that was interesting to me, was that I was offered a job as a business journalist or actually more accurately an internship. When I was in college, I only really […]

New York Magazine hires Herrman to cover tech

New York Magazine has hired John Herrman to cover technology, the tech industry, digital culture, and the ways all are combining to change us as individuals and as a society. He was most recently at the New York Times, where he served as a David Carr Fellow and reported on Twitter’s quest to become a platform for […]

Bloomberg’s Melin moving to Kuala Lumpur to cover Asian wealthy

Bloomberg News reporter Anders Melin is moving to Kuala Lumpur to cover wealth in Asia. Melin has been with Bloomberg in New York since October 2014. He previously worked as a reporter for The Deal in New York and for Reuters in Brussels. He was also a production assistant for CNN. Melin holds a bachelor’s degree from […]

The Independent names Amatulli executive editor of news

Jenna Amatulli has joined The Independent as executive editor of news. Amatulli will manage a team of news, culture, politics, lifestyle and entertainment reporters based across the U.S. and U.K. She is based in New York and is an adjunct journalism professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Previously, she was deputy editor at Jezebel […]

Arizona Republic hires Hardle as city watchdog reporter

Alexandra Hardle will join The Arizona Republic as a city watchdog reporter to cover the Southwest Valley. Recently, Hardle served as an education reporter at Gannett | USA Today Network. She was a digital media intern and assignment desk intern at NBC Bay Area. Hardle has a B.A. in journalism and mass communication from the […]

NewsNation adds deputy ME, Southwest correspondent, names Turner senior producer

Cable news network NewsNation has appointed Jake Novak deputy managing editor, based in the New York bureau; Ali Bradley Southwest correspondent, based in Phoenix, Ariz. and Hayley Turner senior producer for “On Balance with Leland Vittert,” based in the Washington D.C. bureau. An excerpt from the announcement reads: “Mr. Novak has been the executive producer […]

Cho joins Washington Post as breaking news reporter and editor

The Washington Post has hired Kelly Kasulis Cho as a breaking news reporter and editor for its Seoul hub. Cho has been working as a staff editor at the New York Times in Seoul, where she works on the homepage, newsletters and push alerts. She starts Sept. 19. Previously, she served as managing editor/reporter of independent […]

Morris joins health and wellness team at Washington Post

The following excerpt announcement was sent out from The Washington Post’s wellness editor Tara Parker-Pope: I am delighted to announce that Amanda Morris, a trailblazing reporter on the disability beat, is joining The Washington Post’s expanding personal health and wellness team. In this role, Amanda will write on issues related to disability and chronic illness, […]

NY Times hires Baumgaertner on the health desk

Emily Baumgaertner will join The New York Times’ health desk as a roving national health correspondent. Baumgaertner begins on September 6. Previously, Baumgaertner worked at the Times from March 2017 to February 2019 as a news assistant in its Washington bureau. Recently, she was at the Los Angeles Times, where she covered the pandemic and […]

WSJ visual editor Bentley departs for new opportunity

Elliot Bentley, visual editor for business news at The Wall Street Journal, has left to join Datawrapper as a senior data visualization developer. Bentley’s tweet reads: “I’ve been an admirer of their work for a long time and I’m excited to focus on building amazing tools that enable great journalism. Oh yeah, and in other […]