Pinsker hired as personal finance editor for WSJ Commerce

The Wall Street Journal has appointed Beth Pinsker as personal finance editor at Wall Street Journal Commerce, a separate content team from the Journal’s newsroom. Before that, she was director, editorial services at Fidelity Investments in Boston. She has also worked as a columnist and deputy personal finance editor at Reuters. She has also held […]

WSJ seeks a visual storytelling editor in New York

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a senior editor to lead its off-platform team and drive storytelling across vertical distribution channels — including Google, Instagram and Snapchat — while facilitating collaboration between the social-media team and wider newsroom. You will manage the Journal’s daily output on Instagram, Google Web Stories and Snapchat Discover, executing […]

WSJ EIC Murray: Ukraine coverage shows the importance of journalism

Wall Street Journal editor in chief Matt Murray sent out the following: Dear All: The last week in Ukraine has produced indelible images for all of us, and resonated with millions who are captivated by events on the ground and have turned to us for truth, insight and understanding at a moment of import and uncertainty. Virtually […]

Taylor named features editor at WSJ

Residential real estate reporter Candace Taylor has been named a features editor at The Wall Street Journal. She joined the paper in 2013. Taylor joined the paper from The Real Deal, where she was deputy managing editor. Before that, she was a senior reporter for several years, routinely breaking news and landing scoops on big real-estate deals, […]

WSJ seeks a travel columnist

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a creative and deeply- sourced columnist for one of the most high-profile, fun jobs in our newsroom: helping readers navigate the joys and frustrations of travel. It’s an exciting time to take on this beat. The pandemic has reshaped destinations, airlines, hotels and travelers themselves. Booking trips means […]

WSJ seeks an emerging tech reporter in San Francisco

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a talented journalist who can explain and analyze emerging technologies, writing for an audience of professionals in a range of industries. You will cover what the rise of data and the cloud, advanced cybersecurity tools, blockchain and the metaverse and other virtual platforms mean for companies and their […]

WSJ seeks a private equity reporter in New York

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an enterprising news hound to cover one of the fastest growing and most influential areas of the global capital markets, private equity. Private equity touches nearly every corner of our lives from the software we use to the food we eat and even the music we listen to, […]

WSJ seeks a business of law reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced journalist to join its Law Bureau as a national reporter focused on the business of law and legal issues central to companies, consumers and workers. This position provides a broad range of story opportunities for the reporter who is passionate about the law and the people […]

Bloomberg Businessweek, Fast Company, Wired, WSJ are finalists in National Magazine Awards

Fast Company, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wired magazine and The Wall Street Journal were named finalists in the National Magazine Awards, commonly called the Ellies. The Journal is a finalist in the podcasting category for “The Journal,” a co-production with Gimlet Media, for three episodes of “To the Moon” — “How Much Do Islands Cost?,” “Diamond Hands” and […]

WSJ opting for flexible return to the office

Dow Jones, the parent company of The Wall Street Journal, told its staff on Tuesday that it would not be mandating a return to the office in March, instead taking a “hybrid and flexible” approach, reports Katie Robertson of The New York Times. Robertson reports, “In a companywide email, Almar Latour, the chief executive, and Dianne DeSevo, […]