WSJ editor Tucker on Gershkovich detention

Wall Street Journal editor in chief Emma Tucker sent out the following on Friday: Dear all, Our colleague Evan Gershkovich now has been wrongfully detained by Russia for six months; it remains as much of an outrage today as it has been every moment since his arrest. We continue to stand with Evan and with his family, […]

WSJ Washington biz editor Corrigan departing

John Corrigan, who has been the Washington business editor for The Wall Street Journal since 2018, is leaving the paper. Corrigan is moving to the Los Angeles area to work on a book project. Corrigan was the Journal’s China business editor from 2016 to 2018.  He was part of the team that produced its China […]

WSJ hires FT’s Crow as executive editor

Wall Street Journal editor-in-chief Emma Tucker sent out the following on Wednesday: David Crow is joining The Wall Street Journal on December 11 as Executive Editor, a new senior role in the newsroom. As Executive Editor, David will manage news, features and digital storytelling across our digital platforms. His mission will be to ensure that we […]

Gershkovich to receive Lovejoy Award for Courage in Journalism

Evan Gershkovich, the Wall Street Journal reporter jailed in Russia for nearly 150 days, will receive the 2023 Elijah Parish Lovejoy Award for Courage in Journalism from Colby College. Gershkovich, who writes about Russia for The Journal, has been detained in Moscow’s Lefortovo Prison since his arrest in late March. Gershkovich joined the Journal’s Moscow bureau […]

Bloomberg hires Strumpf to cover India economy and politics

Bloomberg News has hired Dan Strumpf to cover India politics and the economy. He formerly covered technology and corporate news in Asia for The Wall Street Journal. He wrote about some of China’s biggest tech companies including Huawei and Xiaomi, as well as broader topics like China’s semiconductor industry and multinational companies operating in China. In 2018, […]

WSJ seeks a graphic reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced Graphics Reporter to drive creative and informative storytelling primarily for our print newspaper audience, with some digital crossover as needed. You will work on both fast-turnaround and longer-term news and enterprise projects that span a number of coverage areas, such as markets, finance, business, politics, technology, […]

WSJ hires Ball as senior political correspondent

Wall Street Journal editor in chief Emma Tucker sent out the following: Molly Ball is joining The Wall Street Journal as senior political correspondent. Molly will bring her distinctive voice and finely observed reporting to analysis pieces and political features from Washington and around the country. Molly is joining the Journal from Time where she was the […]

Boston Globe hires WSJ’s Fernandez onto audience engagement team

Roshan Fernandez has joined The Boston Globe’s audience engagement team. Recently, he was a sports intern at The Wall Street Journal. As an intern at NPR, Fernandez managed social media and curated the NPR One app and homepages. He also wrote newsletter copy, crafted SEO strategy and pitched to third-party platforms such as Apple News. […]

WSJ’s Horwitz and team win NYFWA Impact Award

Jeff Horwitz and a team of Wall Street Journal journalists as the winners of the 2022 Impact Award for Distinguished Financial Journalism from the New York Financial Writers’ Association. Horwitz and a team of journalists from the Journal won for their “Facebook Files” series, which details Facebook’s knowledge of the harmful impact of Instagram on […]

WSJ’s Siconolfi to receive Bell Award

The New York Financial Writers’ Association has selected Michael Siconolfi of The Wall Street Journal as the recipient of the 47th Elliott Bell Award. The award honors journalists who have made a significant contribution to the field of financial journalism and is named after NYFWA’s inaugural president, Elliott V. Bell, a former Business Week editor. […]