GoodRx is looking for writers

GoodRx is seeking freelance writers to contribute healthcare personal finance content that is accurate, clear, and compelling. We are looking for contributors with excellent written and oral communication skills who can draw on their experiences and interests to pitch and write articles for a consumer audience. You will need to be able to combine your […]

Money.com seeks a personal finance reporter

Money.com seeks a reporter to cover personal finance, with the ability to break news and cover multiple beats at once. Candidates should love service journalism and have an in-depth knowledge of SEO best practices. Money is a 50-year-old magazine-turned-digital destination that helps millions of people a month learn the basics and complexities of personal finance. […]

DeCambre named new editor in chief at MarketWatch.com

Dow Jones & Co. CEO Almar Latour sent out the following on Thursday: Colleagues, I am pleased to announce that Mark DeCambre will be our new MarketWatch editor in chief, starting March 21. In this role, Mark will be responsible for shaping coverage amid volatile markets and shifting reader habits, as well as finding innovative ways to serve a […]

Narayanan named ME of Americas news desk at Bloomberg

Pratish Narayanan has been named managing editor of the Americas news desk at Bloomberg News. He has been team leader for Bloomberg’s personal finance initiative, which is part of the global finance team. Narayanan was previously a senior editor in New York, writing and editing global commodities and energy stories, and helping coordinate coverage of breaking news […]

Insider seeks a personal finance reporter

Insider is looking for a full-time reporter for its personal finance team to cover how people can get more from the money they have, whether that’s buying a house, retiring early, paying off debt, or saving up to travel the world. This person will think writing about money is fun. They’ll love meeting and interviewing […]

WSJ seeks a personal finance reporter to cover death and taxes

The Wall Street Journal’s Personal Finance bureau seeks an ambitious reporter to turn Benjamin Franklin’s two great inevitabilities – death and taxes – into one new beat. These themes are closely related: Taxes are where money meets its maker. The biggest bill most Americans pay every year is the tax bill. Policy changes, life and […]

Olshan named WSJ personal finance bureau chief

Nikki Waller, coverage chief for life and work at The Wall Street Journal, sent out the following on Tuesday: We are delighted to share the news that Jeremy Olshan is joining the Journal as bureau chief running our personal finance coverage. This is a big, exciting hire for Life & Work and the Journal. Jeremy […]

CNBC Make It senior reporter Adamczyk departs

Alicia Adamczyk, a senior reporter at CNBC Make It, is leaving after three years at the site. She has been writing its newsletter. Adamczyk joined the CNBC Make It team as a money reporter in 2019. Prior to CNBC, she was a personal finance writer for Lifehacker. Before that, Adamczyk spent nearly three years at Money.com […]

Money Under 30 appoints Ruiz editor-in-chief

Juan G. Ruiz has joined Money Under 30, an online personal finance site, where he will oversee an international team of editors and writers, coordinating and driving personal finance content. He is also an adjunct instructor at Florida International University. Recently, he was editor, credit cards, at The Points Guy. He has also worked freelance […]

Lord to cover biz and personal finance for Global News

Craig Lord has moved to the Global News national team to cover personal finance and business stories. He was recently covering Ottawa’s City Hall and local news for Global. Before that, he was a reporter and editor at the Ottawa Business Journal. He has also worked at Techopia as a web editor and served as […]