Bloomberg’s Keller joins New York Times’ investigations team

Gabriel Dance, the deputy investigations editor at The New York Times, sent out the following announcement: Michael Keller, a reporter at Bloomberg, is joining Investigations to report on artificial intelligence, algorithms, robots and technology. At Bloomberg, Michael wrote about FEMA’s flood maps and built graphics tracking President Trump’s conflicts of interests across the globe. Prior […]

New York Times seeks international business editor

The New York Times is looking for a seasoned, collaborative, and creative editor to oversee our international business coverage. Candidates should be experienced editors who are able to deftly navigate all manner of subject matters, story types and digital platforms. Operating in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment, the editor will work closely with New York, […]

New York Times seeks markets reporter

There may be no more fertile ground for an ambitious, enterprising reporter than the financial markets. They are global stories that can matter greatly to our readers and their 401(k) accounts. More often than not, they turn out to be tales about fear, greed, politics and power. We are looking for a reporter who can reinvent […]

Sorkin on the future of DealBook

Stephen Hiltner of the New York Times interviewed Andrew Ross Sorkin about why the newspaper’s DealBook is shifting its coverage. Here is an excerpt: The Times recently relaunched DealBook, the daily financial report that you started back in 2001. What’s new? What kinds of changes can DealBook readers expect? We’re expanding our mandate to become a smartly curated, […]

NY Times seeks deals reporter

The New York Times is looking for a reporter to cover the high-stakes world of mergers and acquisitions. Giant corporate deals not only remake entire industries, but they also change the world in which we live. Look no further than Amazon’s recent purchase of Whole Foods or the tie-up between CVS and Aetna. M&A is a […]

New York Times seeks alternative energy reporter

The New York Times is looking for a versatile, energetic and resourceful reporter to cover the business of alternative energy. Wind and solar power are increasingly redefining the energy mix in the United States and around the world. Many feel nuclear energy must also be a component of a low-carbon future. New businesses, rivalries, risks and […]

New York Times seeks hedge fund reporter

The New York Times is looking for a reporter to cover the fast-moving, influential world of hedge funds. Hedge funds are everywhere — and yet are often very hard to see. They are investing money for your alma mater’s endowment and your city’s police pension fund. They are pressuring household-name companies like Procter & Gamble to […]

NY Times biz reporter Abrams: I’m not dead yet

New York Times business reporter Rachel Abrams writes about how Google mistakenly used her photo with the biography of a deceased writer with the same name. Abrams writes, “One option, Mr. Matta explained, is to create an entirely new webpage about myself and hope that I eventually become more famous than the other Rachel Abrams, […]

New York Times seeks start-ups reporter in San Fran

The New York Times is seeking an ambitious, fearless and energetic reporter to cover the Wild West world of Silicon Valley start-ups and venture capital. From tiny tech companies in a garage (and more often these days beginning in a tech incubator) that turn into unicorns like Airbnb and Palantir and Uber, to venture capitalists […]

NY Times hires Flitter as banking reporter

New York Times business editor Ellen Pollock sent out the following announcement on Monday: We are excited to announce that Emily Flitter has joined Business Day as a banking reporter. Emily comes to us from Reuters, where she has pretty much covered everything in her eight years there – from the Treasury market and the Trump campaign to climate […]