WSJ markets reporter McCabe moving to London

Wall Street Journal markets reporter Caitlin McCabe is moving to London to cover markets from a global perspective. She will continue to write about U.S. markets on occasion. McCabe has been at the Journal for two years. She previously was a Philadelphia Inquirer real estate reporter.. She also was a suburbs reporter for the Inquirer. She has covered […]

Rubin joins NPR’s Planet Money as associate producer

Willa Rubin has joined NPR as an associate producer for “Planet Money,” a podcast that talks about the economy. She recently was an associate producer at Gimlet Media and The Wall Street Journal podcast. There, the team’s “WeWork Trilogy” series won awards from the New York Press Club (2020) and the Society for Advancing Business […]

WSJ’s Willick to join Washington Post as staff columnist

The following excerpt announcement was sent out by The Washington Post: Washington Post Opinions today announced the addition of Jason Willick as a staff columnist, starting Feb. 21. Willick will bring his broad expertise to regular columns on the latest legal issues, political news and global affairs. A graduate of Stanford University, Willick was formerly […]

WSJ reporter Strasburg joining energy and climate team

Wall Street Journal reporter Jenny Strasburg is joining the paper’s global energy and climate team. She will remain based in London. Her interests include BP and Shell as well as companies across Europe and EMEA. She has been spending two years covering cyber and previously spent 12 years covering finance, banks, markets and global money flow. Before […]

WSJ seeks a South Asia bureau chief

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an energetic, experienced and ambitious journalist to lead its coverage of South Asia. The job has a broad remit across a wide and populous swath of the globe, stretching from Sri Lanka and the Maldives through India to Pakistan and Afghanistan, along with Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. Nearly […]

WSJ seeks a China politics and society reporter in Singapore

The Wall Street Journal seeks an experienced, resourceful and enterprising reporter to cover Chinese politics and society. China’s Communist Party is ushering the world’s most populous country into a new era that has few historical precedents, experimenting with novel forms of governance and state control as it seeks to forge a state of “common prosperity” […]

WSJ taps Douglas to cover economies in Asia

Jason Douglas, a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, will be starting a new gig covering economies in Asia for the Journal. He will be based in Hong Kong. Douglas has recently been reporting on economies and public policy in the United Kingdom and beyond. He was also covering the pandemic. Prior to joining the […]

WSJ seeks an autos reporter

The Wall Street Journal is seeking a seasoned reporter to join our autos team in Detroit. This is a fast-paced, news-heavy beat with ample opportunity to write about a wide-range of topics, from surging car prices to new automated-driving technologies and changes on the factory floor. The auto industry is going through immense technological change, […]

WSJ seeks a newsroom talent editor

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a Newsroom Talent Editor to lead recruitment, hiring, career support and diversity initiatives in assigned areas of the newsroom. You will be charged with finding, courting and hiring exceptional journalists who represent the diversity of experiences in the world in which we live and the audiences we serve, […]

WSJ’s Surman to join NY Times Live team as editor

Matt Surman will be joining The New York Times Live team as an editor, based in London. Surman was recently working as a senior news editor at The Wall Street Journal. Before that, he served as the Journal’s deputy editor for politics and economics EMEA, focusing on news from Europe, Middle East and Africa. He […]