Tagged: Wall Street Journal

WSJ hires Mai-Duc in LA bureau

Christine Mai-Duc has been hired by The Wall Street Journal to work in its Los Angeles bureau. Mai-Duc will cover state politics, housing and the economy. She covered California politics and breaking news for...

WSJ seeks a Samsung reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an aggressive reporter to cover Samsung Electronics and the global tech world where it roams. The job, based in Seoul, touches many of the day’s hottest business...

WSJ seeks innovation chief in London

The Wall Street Journal is looking to hire an innovation chief who will be overseeing a multi-disciplinary department and managing a newsroom-wide process for news innovation. The team will be made up largely of...

WSJ seeks reporter in the Midwest

The Wall Street Journal is looking to hire an experienced reporter for the Midwest region. The reporter will find distinctive, original stories, deftly mixing knowledge of data and policies with on-the-ground reporting in communities...

WSJ hiring Midwest bureau chief

The Wall Street Journal seeks an experienced journalist to join its U.S. news leadership team as Midwest bureau chief. The editor will run the Journal’s coverage across a broad swath of the country. As...

WSJ looking to hire audio producer

The Wall Street Journal seeks a New-York based audio producer for its podcasting team. The audio producer will work with editors and reporters in the newsroom, as well as with video colleagues. The main...

WSJ seeks platform editor

The Wall Street Journal is looking to hire a platform editor based in New York. The editor will help manage programming decisions on Apple News and other digital platforms. The role calls for sharp...