Cornfield joins Money magazine as deputy editor

Jill Cornfield has joined Money magazine as deputy editor. Recently, Cornfield was a senior editor for personal finance at Investopedia. She was a digital content creator for the Wall Street Journal Custom Studios, Time Out New York Kids and Investopedia. She worked at CNBC as a lead writer – partnership with fintech firm and personal […]

O’Brien leaves Money for new opportunity

Elizabeth O’Brien, a deputy editor at Money, left the publication last week for a new opportunity starting in June. She oversaw retirement coverage and wrote the twice-weekly Retire with Money newsletter. Previously, she covered retirement and health care for MarketWatch. She began her journalism career covering the aftermath of 9/11 in Lower Manhattan for a […] seeks a reporter

Since 1972, Money has been America’s leading source of personal finance news, helping Americans make smarter financial decisions about buying homes, saving for retirement, smarter investing, and the best financial products on the market. The job: seeks a general assignment Reporter to cover personal finance, with the ability to break news and cover multiple […]

Money hires Sharf as real estate editor

Forbes real estate reporter Samantha Sharf is leaving the publication to become the real estate editor at Money. She will start her new job next week. “I want to thank my amazing Forbes colleagues for their smarts, good humor and, most of all, their friendship. It’s been a wild ride. I’ve learned so much,” she wrote on […]

Money magazine hires Mitra as its new reporter

Mallika Mitra will be joining Money as the magazine’s newest reporter. Previously, she was a news intern at Bloomberg. Prior to that, she was an internee at CNBC covering retail, media and personal finance. She has also worked as an associate at Bateman Group and as a senior account coordinator at Bhava Communications. She was […] seeks general assignment reporter seeks a general assignment reporter to cover personal finance, with the ability to break news and cover multiple beats (sometimes in a week). A strong focus on service journalism is paramount. You will: Write and report multiple articles a week Pitch original stories to’s editors Help write’s “Best Of” Franchise rankings Tell […] seeks a credit card editor

Money is looking for an editor to oversee our coverage of credit cards. The average American has four credit cards — and no wonder — these offer a dizzying array of perks and rewards. But for millions Americans, they also hold out the possibility of financial peril, an easy way to wrack up thousands of […] seeks an insurance editor

Money is looking for an editor to oversee the insurance industry from a personal finance perspective. From health to auto to life insurance, Americans paid more than $1.2 trillion in premiums last year, making the insurance industry one of the largest areas of Americans’ financial lives. But with complicated terms, opaque pricing and sometimes pushy […] seeks a real estate editor seeks an editor to oversee our coverage of real estate and mortgages. A home is the single largest financial investment most Americans will ever make. We are looking for an editor to help guide readers ranging from young renters saving for their first homes, homeowners looking to refinance, and Boomers getting ready to downsize. […]

Julia Newbould appointed editor-at-large at Money magazine

Julia Newbould, author and finance writer, has joined Money magazine as editor-at-large. Newbould brings more than 20 years of experience to the magazine. Previously, she was in marketing and communications at BT Financial Group where she founded the Stella Network. She also worked in the capacities of managing editor of Morningstar Australia and as editor […]