FT taps Marriage to be special investigations editor

The Financial Times has appointed Madison Marriage as special investigations editor, leading a newly created investigations team of three reporters. The creation of the new unit – which will report to investigations editor Paul Murphy – signals the FT’s intent to focus on abuse of power across industries and sectors, including health care and education. […]

WSJ’s Derby departs for Reuters

Michael Derby, a senior special writer at The Wall Street Journal, has left to join Reuters to cover the Federal Reserve Board and economy issues. He had been at The Journal since April 2000. Derby had been covering the U.S. Federal Reserve system, reporting on central bank news, speeches, research, conferences, regulatory developments and related […]

Hwang joins NYT Opinion as biz, economics and tech editor

Suein Hwang has joined The New York Times Opinion as a business, economics and technology editor for guest essays. Recently, Hwang served as interim managing editor at Charter, a media-and-services company dedicated to the future of work. Previously, she was at The Wall Street Journal, which she joined in 1990 as a tobacco reporter. There, […]

Monks named US deals team leader at Bloomberg

Liana Baker, managing editor of U.S. deals at Bloomberg News, sent out the following on Friday: We’re excited to announce that Matt Monks has been promoted to Team Leader on the US Deals team. He’ll continue to work closely with me overseeing the team’s priorities and strategy to ensure we’re getting our scoops and smart […]

CNN tech reporter Iyengar leaving for Foreign Policy

CNN tech reporter Rishi Iyengar is leaving the news outlet to join Foreign Policy as a staff reporter. He has been in the San Francisco bureau since 2019. He previously was  the India editor for CNN Business in New Delhi. Before joining CNN, he spent two years at Time magazine in Hong Kong, where he covered several […]

Henry named special projects editor at Wired

Alan Henry has been named special projects editor at Wired magazine. He has been the senior editor for service at Wired in New York City and has been at the magazine since 2020. He was previously Smarter Living editor at The New York Times and editor in chief of Lifehacker. He has written and edited stories […]

Southall to cover the cannabis beat for NY Times

Ashley Southall, metro police bureau chief at The New York Times, has switched beats and will now serve as the Times’ cannabis correspondent. Southall joined the Times in 2008 as a news clerk. She then served as a breaking news reporter and metro reporter. Previously, she interned at Bloomberg. Southall has a B.A. in broadcast […]

The Telegraph appoints Hubble deputy head of social media

Claire Hubble has joined The Telegraph as deputy head of social media. Hubble was a social media insights and development editor at Reach plc title MyLondon, where she previously served as an engagement producer. Her freelance work appeared in the Huffington Post, Vice and Junkee. She also served as acting senior celebrity writer at Reveal […]

CNN innovation and space reporter Crane is leaving

Rachel Crane, an innovation and space correspondent for CNN, is leaving the news organization. Crane created original video content, including the original series, “City of Tomorrow,” which highlights innovations in cities around the world, and “Elon Evolution,” which explores the greatest problems plaguing the globe with Elon Musk. She previously spent time covering breaking news […]

Elsen-Rooney to join Chalkbeat as a NYC schools reporter

Chalkbeat has hired Michael Elsen-Rooney as a NYC schools reporter. Elsen-Rooney was an education reporter at the New York Daily News. Previously, he covered education for Columbia Journalism School’s Teacher Project and The Hechinger Report. He is a former high school Spanish teacher and afterschool program administrator. Elsen-Rooney has a B.A. from Northwestern University and […]