Tagged: transportation coverage

Coverage: Auto sales fell in September

Auto sales, after six years of strong growth, fell in September even though dealers increased financial incentives to potential buyers. Nathan Bomey of USA Today has the news: September vehicle sales declined 0.5% to 1.44 million...

WSJ seeks aviation/Boeing reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an enterprising reporter to join its aviation team with a focus on covering Boeing, one of America’s most important companies. The job requires close coverage of the...

Automotive News seeks reporter in Detroit

Automotive News is seeking a reporter. Responsibilities include: Production of high quality editorial content for Automotive News and all its platforms. The majority of this person’s time will be covering a major automaker with...

WSJ seeks auto reporter in Detroit

The Wall Street Journal’s Detroit bureau is seeking a dogged reporter to cover the auto industry, which is one of our most important corporate beats. The global car business touches areas central to our...

Colias hired as WSJ’s GM reporter

John Stoll, the auto editor at The Wall Street Journal, sent out the following announcement on Friday: I’m pleased to announce Mike Colias has joined The Wall Street Journal as the Detroit bureau’s General...

Coverage: More bad news for Volkswagen

Justice Department officials found evidence of criminal wrongdoing in Volkswagen’s diesel-emissions cheating, and prosecutors are now negotiating what could be stiff financial penalties. Mike Spector and Aruna Viswanatha of The Wall Street Journal had the news: Federal prosecutors...