WSJ’s Barba joining US news team as news editor

Emily Nelson, U.S. coverage chief at The Wall Street Journal, and Ashby Jones, deputy coverage chief, sent out the following on Friday: All, We are thrilled to announce that Robert Barba is joining U.S. News in the newly created position of News Editor. Robert joins us from the Real-Time Desk where for nearly three years […]

WSJ seeks a senior publishing editor

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced editor with superb news judgment to join our fast-paced news-editing team in New York. You’ll be a leader on our robust Publishing Desk, which is at the center of the New York newsroom and works with global reporting bureaus to edit, polish, code and publish copy […]

The WSJ’s “As we Work” podcast hopes to create a community

Madison Conte of The Wall Street Journal “Women In” newsletter interviewed Tess Vigeland, who is hosting a new podcast called “As we Work” for the publication. Here is an excerpt: WSJ: What are you hoping to accomplish with “As We Work”? TV: This is a subject where I think people have really good advice for one another, […]

WSJ seeks a luxury real estate reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a reporter to join Mansion, our luxury real estate section. You will be expected to break news, report on the economics of luxury real estate and write memorable feature stories to strengthen our efforts to dominate the high-end real estate market. You will: Report, write and fact check […]

Vigeland to host WSJ’s new show “As We Work”

Wall Street Journal editorial director of video Ben Weltman and senior executive producer Christina Vallice sent out the following on Tuesday: Dear All, It’s been almost two years since we all packed up our laptops, desk essentials and went into lockdown “work from home.” Since then, the American workplace has seen an incredible upheaval. Today we launch “As We […]

WSJ seeks a personal finance reporter to cover death and taxes

The Wall Street Journal’s Personal Finance bureau seeks an ambitious reporter to turn Benjamin Franklin’s two great inevitabilities – death and taxes – into one new beat. These themes are closely related: Taxes are where money meets its maker. The biggest bill most Americans pay every year is the tax bill. Policy changes, life and […]

WSJ’s Stern launches weekly tech newsletter

Joanna Stern, senior personal technology columnist at The Wall Street Journal, is launching a weekly newsletter called Tech Things. The newsletter will be free. Stern has been with The Journal for over 8 years, previously serving as executive editor for video and deputy chief video editor. She has also contributed to CNBC and was a […]

WSJ hires new staffers on rankings, newsletters and community teams

Robin Kwong, new formats editor at The Wall Street Journal, sent out the following on Monday: Hi everyone, I am excited to announce some new arrivals for our Rankings, Newsletters and Community teams. Harry Carr has joined us as Rankings Editor. Harry oversees our existing rankings and lists, and will be developing new ways to use […]

Varghese to oversee gear and gadgets section for WSJ

Daniel Varghese is taking over the gear and gadgets section of Off Duty at The Wall Street Journal, editing stories about personal technology. Recently, he has been working as an associate editor of The Strategist at New York Magazine. He was also a tech and lifestyle writer at GQ Magazine and has also written for […]

Olshan named WSJ personal finance bureau chief

Nikki Waller, coverage chief for life and work at The Wall Street Journal, sent out the following on Tuesday: We are delighted to share the news that Jeremy Olshan is joining the Journal as bureau chief running our personal finance coverage. This is a big, exciting hire for Life & Work and the Journal. Jeremy […]