Carlozo joins Buy Side from the Wall Street Journal

Lou Carlozo, a veteran journalist whose work has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Reuters, Forbes, Aol and MSN Money, has joined Buy Side from the Wall Street Journal as an inaugural contributor. In this role, Carlozo will contribute pieces related to banking, investment and other financial topics. He will retain his post as the editor […]

WSJ unveiling commerce site called “Buy Side from WSJ”

The Wall Street Journal will unveil a brand new commerce website called “Buy Side from WSJ,” featuring reviews for consumer goods and personal finance products, reports Sara Fischer of Axios. Fischer reports, “Unlike The Journal’s news site, Buy Side will remain free, helping The Journal attract new audiences, while also bringing in new types of revenue. “We […]

Reuters hires Carnevali to cover health care, industrial M&A

Reuters has hired David Carnevali as a mergers and acquisitions reporter covering health care and industrial deals. He has been at The Wall Street Journal covering venture capital.  He previously was at The Financial Times on a contract basis covering markets. Previously, he was a senior editor at Reorg working on Reorg M&A, focused on providing breaking news content on mergers […]

WSJ’s Life & Work team seeks consumer and spending reporter

The Wall Street Journal’s Life & Work team is hiring an ambitious, creative reporter to help explain to readers what they consume – literally and figuratively – and why. The Journal’s Life & Work desk helps guide readers’ decisions and examines the ways we spend money and time, manage our careers, navigate technology, improve our […]

WSJ hires Miao as a markets reporter

The Wall Street Journal has hired Hannah Miao as a markets reporter. She will start later this month. Miao has been at CNBC covering markets. She started with the company last September as an intern writing for’s politics and health teams. Previously, she worked as a marketing intern at The New York Times and NBCUniversal and also freelanced for INDY Week and Cleveland […]

WSJ hires new reporters for corporate team

Jamie Heller, business editor of The Wall Street Journal, sent out the following on Friday: Hi there! We’re thrilled to announce several new hires for our corporate coverage as well as a very special promotion and other openings in the U.S. and Asia. Please join us in welcoming and congratulating these terrific journalists. And please […]

WSJ’s Hoffman departs for global news startup

Semafor, the startup co-founded by media veterans Justin Smith and Ben Smith, has tapped Liz Hoffman as its business and finance editor. In her new role, Hoffman will write for the website and newsletters. She will also serve as the company’s lead business and finance writer, based in New York. “After nine years of learning […]

Marshall swaps for WSJ

Madeline Marshall has joined The Wall Street Journal as a senior video journalist, Explainers. Recently, she was a video news producer at She is an adjunct professor at American University, a post she previously held at the University of Maryland. She formerly worked at The Wall Street Journal from November 2014 to May 2018 […]

WSJ seeks a US news reporter in Houston

The Wall Street Journal seeks an experienced and versatile reporter to serve as a national correspondent on our U.S. News team. This is an opportunity to be part of a fast-paced team that is prized for its ability to respond to major breaking news events and produce quick-turnaround pieces, as well as deeply reported enterprise […]

WSJ hires Champelli as associate graphics reporter

The Wall Street Journal has hired Peter Champelli as an associate graphics reporter. He will start next week. Champelli has spent the last year at the New York Times as a visual social fellow. He previously was a multimedia reporter at Insider Louisville. He is a graduate of Ithaca College. While there, he was the station […]