WSJ seeks an editor for sustainable business coverage

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an editor to lead WSJ Pro Sustainable Business, which focuses on sustainability, social and environmental issues, including how companies are handling climate change, ESG regulations, and diversity goals. As part of WSJ Pro, these stories are intended to go beyond surface-level reporting and explore nuances that will inform […]

WSJ hires Mulvaney to cover legal news

The Wall Street Journal has hired Erin Mulvaney as a reporter on the legal beat. She will be covering the legal industry and litigation around the country affecting big business and the economy. She was at Bloomberg Law since April 2019 writing discrimination, workplace and labor news. Mulvaney previously was labor and employment reporter for the National Law Journal and a […]

Brennan becomes weekend editor for WSJ in London

Lyle Brennan is now weekend editor on The Wall Street Journal’s London hub, publishing stories from EMEA and handling platforms, social media, and alerts in the hours before the East Coast comes online. He joined the team in April 2019 after spending a few years as a copy editor at BuzzFeed News. Brennan got his […]

WSJ taps Webb to be deputy finance editor for Europe

Quentin Webb is moving to London as deputy finance editor for Europe for The Wall Street Journal. He’s worked for the Journal since 2018 as its Hong Kong-based Asia markets editor. In that role, he’s helped cover the gradual opening up of Chinese markets as well as a series of bubbles, panics and crashes, including […]

WSJ’s Mitchell moves to London to cover banking and global finance

Wall Street Journal reporter Josh Mitchell has moved to its London bureau to cover banking and global finance. He previously spent 14 years in the Washington, D.C., bureau, writing about the U.S. economy and the student debt boom. In 2016, the Education Writers Association named him the nation’s top higher-education beat reporter among major news outlets for […]

Aalund joins Future of Everything at WSJ as section editor

Longtime Wall Street Journal staffer Dagmar Aalund has joined the Future of Everything section as its new section editor. She will work with Stefanie Ilgenfritz and journalists around the newsroom to broaden coverage beyond monthly themed reports to a newsier digital pace. A founding editor of The Wall Street Journal Europe’s Weekend section in Brussels, she became the section’s […]

WSJ hires Niiler to cover climate

The Wall Street Journal has hired Eric Niiler to cover climate. He is a former contributing writer to Wired and has written about science, technology, and climate for the Washington Post, National Geographic, and Discovery News. He contributed to NPR as an on-air reporter and filed stories from Antarctica, Estonia and Mexico. In April 2004, he was […]

WSJ seeks an enterprise tech reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced reporter who can write deeply reported news and analysis that explains the interplay of business and technology. Professional readers are key to The Wall Street Journal’s mission, and you will cover business and technology in a way that is useful, compelling and engaging for this audience. […]

Media coverage of climate finance and ESG rising dramatically

Media coverage of climate transition, sustainable finance and ESG is soaring 50 percent annually, according to a report released Wednesday by communications firm Cognito. The report found mentions of ESG and sustainable finance grew over 50 percent in major media outlets in 2021 over the previous year. Mentions of “climate transition,” however, rose much faster […]

WSJ hires Business of Fashion’s Lieber

The Business of Fashion correspondent Chavie Lieber has been hired by The Wall Street Journal to work on the styles desk. At The Business of Fashion, she covers fashion, technology, and the internet. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Daily Beast, Tablet Magazine, and The Times of Israel. Previously, she worked as a […]