Personal finance reporter Lansat joins Morgan Stanley as content editor

Morgan Stanley has appointed Myelle Lansat as content editor. Previously, she was at Policy Genius, where she worked as a personal finance writer and then as a personal finance news editor. She was a personal finance writer at CNBC and was has interned at and freelanced for Business Insider. She also worked freelance for Bankrate, […]

CNBC.com hires Min, Vanian, promotes Grant to deputy personal finance editor

Jeff McCracken, CNBC.com managing editor, sent out the following to the staff on Tuesday: I want to let everyone know about two new hires and an internal move in the CNBC.com newsroom. First, I am happy to announce we have hired Sarah Min as an investing reporter to join the ever-growing CNBC Pro team. She […]

WSJ hires Ebeling to cover “death and taxes” beat

The Wall Street Journal has hired Ashlea Ebeling to cover the “death and taxes” beat, a new personal finance coverage area. Ebeling has been a senior contributor at Forbes since March 2020. She previously was at Forbes dating back to February 1997 as an associate editor. She also worked at the Reporters Committee for Freedom of […]

USA Today seeks a personal finance reporter

USA Today’s Money & Consumer team is looking for a personal finance reporter who can chronicle how Americans spend, save, invest and lose money — using a variety of storytelling forms, including features, explainers and off-platform formats like Twitter Spaces. The reporter will need to stay abreast of the shifting attitudes and behaviors toward money, […]

Washington Post launches coverage of economic issues

The Washington Post has launched “Econ 101: Navigating the Economy,” a new line of coverage focusing on current financial themes affecting all Americans. “The U.S. economy is experiencing shifts that many Americans have never experienced before. This content will demystify some of these driving forces and the impact they have on people’s finances,” said Damian […]

Money Under 30 EIC Ruiz goes freelance

Juan G. Ruiz, editor in chief of Money Under 30, an online personal finance site, has left to go freelance. A part of his Tweet reads, “While its been a fun ride, it’s time to bet on myself and go all-in on a freelance writer/editor career. More time with family and not bound by a […]

Penny Hoarder ME Schlander hired to start real estate news operation

The Penny Hoarder managing editor John Schlander has been hired by Clever Real Estate to starts a news operation. He will start on Monday. “It’s a rare opportunity to build a news department from scratch at a fast-growing startup with a great mission.,” he wrote on Facebook. Clever was founded in 2017 with the idea of making […]

Ink Harmony is looking for writers

Ink Harmony, LLC is seeking to hire a subject matter expert freelance writer to regularly cover topics related to making money, side hustles, and more for its website FrugalRules.com. ABOUT THE COMPANY Founded in 2012, Frugal Rules discusses finance, budgeting, investing, lifestyle, self-employment, and wise money management with the conviction that wise choices help people […]

NerdWallet seeks a copy editor

NerdWallet is looking for an experienced copy editor with an entrepreneurial spirit. To be a successful copy editor at NerdWallet, you must: Edit consistently at a high level, demonstrating expertise at not only grammar and style but also at story organization and reader experience. Go beyond a traditional copy-editing role, helping to uplevel co-workers and […]

Wilkinson joins the Telegraph as head of personal finance

The Telegraph has named Ben Wilkinson head of personal finance coverage. He joins from the Daily Mail, where he has worked for over seven years as a reporter, assistant news editor and recently, as Money Mail deputy editor. Prior to joining the Daily Mail, Wilkinson was a crime reporter at Oxford Mail and Times Limited. […]