“What’s News?” daily podcast host Stewart leaving WSJ

Marc Stewart, host of The Wall Street Journal daily morning news podcast “What’s News?”, is leaving. He joined the Journal in June 2020. “I’ve learned something new every day from smart & gracious colleagues,” he wrote on Twitter. “More on my next adventure later.” He previously had been freelancing for ABC News as an on-air […]

Pulitzer winner Burton retiring from WSJ

Tom Burton, who has been a Wall Street Journal reporter writing about medicine and the FDA for 31 years, is retiring from the paper. He is a winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism in 2004. The prize, which came from work he produced with colleague Kevin Helliker, was for their groundbreaking examination of aneurysms, […]

Kwong named new formats editor at WSJ

The Wall Street Journal has named Robin Kwong as its new formats editor. He replaces Cory Schouten, who left to become editor in chief of Crain’s New York Business. The position oversees newsletters, data projects such as rankings, and other new formats. Kwong previously was newsroom innovation chief, a position he has been in since 2019. Kwong was […]

WSJ hires Saeedy to cover bankruptcy and corporate distress

The Wall Street Journal has hired Alexander Saeedy to cover bankruptcy and corporate distress. For the past year , he has been at Reorg covering corporate bankruptcy. Saeedy previously was a senior reporter for Leveraged Commentary & Data. Prior to joining LCD, he was a journalist at Euromoney’s New York offices, reporting breaking news and delivering scoops on the institutions […]

WSJ hires Bobrowsky as tech reporter

Meghan Bobrowsky has joined The Wall Street Journal as a technology reporter in San Francisco. Previously, she was a tech news intern at the Journal. Bobrowsky has also interned at CalMatters, San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Index on Censorship, The Sacramento Bee, Claremont Courier and the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has also worked as a video […]

Dow Jones seeks a breaking news reporter

Dow Jones Newswires, the real-time professional news service of The Wall Street Journal, is looking for a dynamic, fast and analytical reporter to cover corporate breaking news and who can quickly pivot to providing our professional readership of more than 60 million institutional and retail investors with the insights they need. This job positions you […]

WSJ seeks a reporter for the CIO Journal

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a full-time reporter to write for CIO Journal, a Wall Street Journal product targeted at IT professionals. You will write on the interplay of business and technology for chief information officers and other business leaders. We are looking for someone to write about how IT teams are managing […]

Castellanos to join WSJ live journalism team as news editor

Sara Castellanos will be joining The Wall Street Journal Live Journalism team as a news editor, helping plan conversation topics, speakers and news coverage for Tech Live, Global Food Forum, the Future of Everything Festival and others. Previously, she was a reporter at the Journal, writing for CIO Journal and Pro Artificial Intelligence, covering emerging […]

WSJ names Amon its bureau chief for Middle East and North Africa

Wall Street Journal world coverage chief Gordon Fairclough sent out the following on Tuesday: All: I am excited to share the news that Michael Amon has been named The Wall Street Journal’s bureau chief for the Middle East and North Africa. After a fantastic run as chief of the law bureau in New York, Mike will […]

Why the WSJ remains stubbornly conservative

Adam Piore writes for Columbia Journalism Review about the conservatism that still plaques The Wall Street Journal despite the departure of former editor Gerard Baker, who was replaced by insider Matt Murray. Piore writes, “For Murray and for Latour, the conflict was about more than staff morale; the Journal was in the midst of an ambitious push to double […]