WSJ hires Hao to cover China tech and society

The Wall Street Journal has hired Karen Hao to cover China technology and society. She will be moving to Hong Kong in May. Hao has been senior artificial intelligence editor at MIT Technology Review. Hao wrote a weekly newsletter called The Algorithm, which was named one of the best newsletters on the internet in 2019 by The Webby […]

WSJ names two deputy enterprise editors, A-hed editor

Wall Street Journal enterprise editor Matthew Rose sent out the following on Wednesday: All: I’m thrilled to announce the appointment of three senior leaders who will take our Enterprise journalism to new heights. Emily Gitter will be deputy Enterprise editor. She will be handling many of our daily stories, especially on big news. Previously, Emily was the […]

WSJ seeks style news deputy editor

The Wall Street Journal is seeking a Deputy Editor to manage the daily journalism of our Style News desk, including handling fast-turn-around breaking stories, top-quality beat coverage, memorable features and sharp analysis pieces. Style News is a new desk that will blend deep reporting, intelligent wit and good taste to create compulsively readable spot stories, […]

WSJ seeks a style news desk reporter

The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter on its Style News desk to break news, report trend and analysis stories and write memorable and shareable features that both inform and entertain. Style News is a new desk that will blend deep reporting, intelligent wit and good taste to create compulsively readable spot stories, analysis […]

WSJ finance desk makes beat changes promotions, hires

Charles Forelle, the financial editor of The Wall Street Journal, sent out the following on Tuesday: Hi all, There is a lot going on in Finance (also in finance), and I’m very excited to share with you some new faces, new roles and new opportunities. Angel Au-Yeung is our new beat reporter on BlackRock and […]

WSJ to open style news desk

Wall Street Journal editor in chief Matt Murray and senior editor for features Mike Miller sent out the following on Monday: Dear All, From its launch 14 years ago, WSJ. Magazine has played a powerful role in expanding the Wall Street Journal’s audience and authority. With high aesthetic standards, a keen radar for trends, and an expansive canvas for long-form […]

WSJ’s Hawkins is leaving

Lee Hawkins, a journalist at The Wall Street Journal, is leaving after nearly 19 years. He plans to announce in the coming weeks a podcasting venture around race and equity. He is a news editor and on-camera reporter for the Wall Street Journal, where he reports on the video, digital, print, and broadcasting platforms. He […]

Pollack joins WSJ as photo editor

Cameron Pollack has joined The Wall Street Journal as a photo editor. Pollack has recently been working as a freelance editorial photographer for The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, NPR, The Guardian, Financial Times, Getty Images and more. Pollack has also interned at NPR, the Detroit Free Press and The Philadelphia Inquirer. […]

Dow Jones Newswires/WSJ seeks a breaking news editor

Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal seek an experienced business journalist to lead our breaking news reporting team. The team comprises reporters across the Americas who quickly and expertly produce articles from corporate disclosure news for Dow Jones Newswires and as needed for The Wall Street Journal. Items covered by the team include […]

WSJ seeks an autos and general corporate reporter in Japan

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an autos and general corporate reporter based in Tokyo. You will: Cover the major Japanese auto makers including Toyota, Honda and Nissan, especially Japan-based executives and the decisions about strategy and auto tech made in the country. Work closely with the global auto team and, as needed, assist […]