Earls to become legal intelligence editor for Bloomberg Law

Maya Earls is becoming an editor on Bloomberg Law’s legal intelligence team. She will start next week. Earls has been an environmental law reporter for Bloomberg Law since February 2020. She previously was a reporting fellow for E&E News and also worked as a staff writer for the Philadelphia Tribune. Earls holds a bachelor’s degree from […]

Reuters seeks a Federal Reserve reporter

Reuters is seeking a top-notch Federal Reserve Reporter to join our U.S. Economic and Monetary Policy Coverage team. The position requires a journalist ready to break news on and pursue initiative reporting about Federal Reserve policy developments and the key policymakers behind those actions, with a particular focus on the New York Fed, the most important of […]

Sandza swaps CNN for CBS News

CBS News has appointed Allison Sandza as executive producer of streaming Washington coverage. Sandza joins from CNN, where she served as a supervising producer for “The Source with Kasie Hunt” on CNN+, which looks at politics that impact communities in the U.S. Previously, she was a producer and senior producer for “Meet the Press” at […]

Washington Post media critic Sullivan departing for Duke University

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post’s media columnist who writes about the news media, press rights and the digital transformation of the culture will leave to join Duke University part time as the 2023 Pamela and Jack Egan Visiting Professor. Sullivan’s last day is Aug. 24. An excerpt from Sullivan’s memo reads: Working at the legendary Washington […]

Davidson swaps Daily Mirror for Evening Standard

Tom Davidson will join the Evening Standard as an assistant news editor. Recently, Davidson served as deputy news editor at the Daily Mirror. He also worked as an online reporter, senior online reporter and assistant news editor. Before that, he was at the Daily Post Wales in U.K., where he worked as a senior reporter […]

Texas Monthly reporter Hooks goes freelance

Christopher Hooks, a reporter at Texas Monthly has left to go freelance. Hooks joined Texas Monthly in 2020. He has written about Texas since 2013. His work has appeared in the Atlantic, Gawker, GQ, Rolling Stone, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, the Texas Observer, and the Washington Post.

Dow Jones chief subscriptions officer leaving for The Information

Karl Wells, the chief subscriptions officer at Dow Jones & Co., is leaving to becoming chief commercial officer at tech news site The Information. The Information founder Jessica Lessin writes, “Karl knows a thing or two about subscription businesses. As chief subscriptions officer of Dow Jones, Karl built and scaled the consumer subscription businesses of The Wall Street […]

The Points Guy senior editor Wilson is departing

Benet Wilson, a senior editor at The Points Guy, is leaving the news organization. She oversaw its credit cards coverage and had been with the news organization since May 2019. Wilson previously was a senior editor at Airport Business magazine and was co-editor in chief of AirwaysMag.com. She was also online managing editor for Aviation Week […]

Reuters legal affairs reporter Hurley is leaving

Lawrence Hurley, a legal affairs reporter at Reuters, is leaving the news organization for a new opportunity. He has been recently covering the U.S. Supreme Court, and he was part of a Pulitzer Prize winning team project on how the defense of qualified immunity protects police officers accused of excessive force. Hurley has been with Reuters […]

Sheidlower hired for CNBC “Fast Money” team

Noah Sheidlower has been hired by CNBC to work on its “Fast Money” team as an intern. He has been interning this summer at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Sheidlower previously interned for NBC news on the business and tech team, and at CNN on the digital newsdesk. He also interned at the New York Post. Sheidlower is […]