WSJ hires Barberia as social media editor

The Wall Street Journal has hired Gianna Barberia as a social media editor. Barberia was at Cheddar News, where she worked as a social media producer. She was a content center producer/assignment editor at WFXT-TV Ch. 25, a Fox affiliate in Boston. She worked as a freelance writer and videographer at Khoury College of Computer […]

WSJ seeks an enterprise technology reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced reporter who can write deeply reported news and analysis that explains the interplay of business and technology. Professional readers are key to The Wall Street Journal’s mission, and you will cover business and technology in a way that is useful, compelling and engaging for this audience. […]

Peterson moves to food and ag policy beat at WSJ

Wall Street Journal reporter Kristina Peterson is moving to the food and agriculture policy beat at the newspaper. She has been at The Journal and Dow Jones since 2009 and most recently was covering congress. She also covered the Federal Reserve for a year. Peterson previously worked at the Palo Alto Daily News. She holds a bachelor’s […]

WSJ seeks a food industry reporter in Chicago

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a creative and enterprising reporter to cover the U.S. food industry, a fertile beat that stretches from corporate boardrooms to consumers’ cupboards. The beat, which will focus on the top packaged food companies in the U.S., includes responsibility for industry giants like Kraft Heinz, Kellogg and General Mills […]

WSJ parent reports strong fourth quarter

Dow Jones & Co., the parent of The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and MarketWatch.com, reported a 26 percent increase in revenue in the fourth quarter due to circulation and advertising gains. The company, a subsidiary of News Corp., reported revenue of $565 million for the quarter ended June 30, up from $449 million in the […]

WSJ hires Wang as video journalist

The Wall Street Journal has hired Kaitlyn Wang as a video journalist. She previously was an associate producer working on the launch of CNN+. Wang also spent more than two years at Insider as a producer and associate producer for the news and documentary team. She is a graduate of New York University. In college, she interned […]

WSJ hires Ossola to report and produce “Future of Everything” podcast

The Wall Street Journal has hired Alex Ossola to report and produce its “Future of Everything” podcast. She has previously been Quartz membership editor. She had been with the financial news site for nearly four years. Ossola started as deputy special projects editor and was later special projects editor. Ossola was previously the managing editor and former features […]

WSJ seeks a mid-US bureau chief

The Wall Street Journal is seeking an ambitious and enterprising editor to serve as a U.S. News Bureau Chief for the middle of the country. This job is at the heart of our national news coverage, and involves managing a team of veteran regional correspondents from Chicago to Houston. This position reports to the U.S. […]

WSJ seeks an East Coast bureau chief

The Wall Street Journal is seeking an ambitious and enterprising editor to serve as U.S. News East Coast Bureau Chief. This job is at the heart of our national news coverage, and involves managing a team of veteran regional correspondents from New England to Miami. This position reports to the U.S. News Editor, and is […]

WSJ reporter Paul departing for new opportunity

Wall Street Journal reporter Deanna Paul is leaving the newspaper for a new opportunity. Deanna has been reporting on New York courts and law enforcement. She previously covered national and breaking news for The Washington Post and was part of the newspaper’s team that was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting, revealing the […]