Moon now covering personal finance at Toronto Star

Jenna Moon is now covering personal finance and the growing affordability crisis at the Toronto Star. Previously, she reported on local news, social justice and equity, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the situation of Canada’s last captive orca, Kiska. Moon has been a digital producer and a breaking news reporter. Moon’s story — “The Last Orca” — won […]

AP hires two personal finance reporters

Associated Press global business editor Noreen Gillespie sent out the following on Thursday: We are pleased to share that we will soon be welcoming two new journalists to the Business News team to focus on personal finance. These two journalists come to us with support from the Charles Schwab Foundation, which is providing grant funding for […]

Wichter departing for USA Today travel team mortgage reporter Zach Wichter is leaving to join the travel team at USA Today. Wichter will start later this month. “Very excited to be returning to a beat I’m super passionate about, but thankful to have learned so much about mortgages along the way,” he wrote on Twitter. He previously worked on the business […]

CNBC editorial deal with Acorns is ending

CNBC chairman Mark Hoffman sent the following announcement to the staff: After nearly three-and-a-half successful years of working hand in hand with Acorns to create impactful content that democratized investing and savings for a new generation, we have made the joint decision to end our editorial partnership in July so that we can better focus […]

Munbodh named deputy editor of “Money Mentor” at Times of London

The Times of London has tapped Emma Munbodh as deputy editor of “Money Mentor,” which helps readers make better financial decisions. In her new role, she will cover consumer and finance. She begins on May 30. Recently, she was a money editor at the Daily Mirror, where she edited and managed the personal finance and […]

Consumer Reports seeks investigative reporter for consumer safety

Consumer Reports’ investigative journalism team has alerted consumers to the potentially dangerous levels of toxic chemicals in their drinking water and arsenic in their baby food, taken both a well-known manufacturer and the government to task for keeping a product linked to infant fatalities on the market and, and shared how neighborhoods with a disproportionately high number of people […]

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 […] hires Han as a personal finance reporter

Yuqing (Zoe) Han has been hired by as a personal finance reporter. She has been a part-time assistant producer and audio intern at the Financial Times. Han graduated from New York York University with a master’s degree and graduated from Boston University in 2020 with a B.A. in economics and a B.S. in journalism. In […]

Kiplinger seeks a tax editor

Kiplinger is a national media company that has been advising consumers, investors, and businesses for almost a century. The company is a dynamic and forward-thinking Washington, D.C.-based publisher of business forecasts and personal finance advice, available in multiple formats and platforms, including print, online, and via podcast. It is part of Future plc, an international media […]

Fortune seeks an e-commerce editor

Fortune is looking for an editor to help launch our new personal finance e-commerce initiative. This editor must have an extensive knowledge of personal finance, a dedication to creating high quality service journalism, and an understanding of the competitive e-commerce space. They will be responsible for growing a team of writers and freelancers and work cross-functionally […]