WSJ seeks a White House reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced and aggressive reporter to join our team covering the White House. The job involves daily and pool duty as part of a rotation and we expect you to juggle breaking news with incisive enterprise reporting. You will also have a role in coverage of the 2020 […]

WSJ is launching The Experience Report

The Wall Street Journal has launched The Experience Report, a new digital offering that delivers news and analysis on the ways that companies use data, technology and design. The Experience Report will provide insights about experience through news, interviews, explanatory journalism and videos. There will also be a weekly newsletter, emailed every Wednesday, highlighting the […]

U.S. weighs response to China ouster of WSJ reporters

The U.S. is weighing whether to expel Chinese journalists after China kicked out three Wall Street Journal reporters, reports Nick Wadhams, Jennifer Jacobs and Saleha Mohsin of Bloomberg News. Wadhams, Jacobs and Mohsin report, “The administration’s options were to be discussed in a meeting of senior administration leaders at the White House later Monday led […]

WSJ editor Murray agreed with reporters about China headline

Wall Street Journal editor Matt Murray seemed to agree with reporters at the paper that a headline for a column about China was inappropriate but said he couldn’t do anything to change it, reports Marc Tracy of The New York Times. Tracy reports, “Journal leaders met with newsroom employees to discuss the headline before China […]

WSJ staff protest “sick man” headline that upset Chinese government

The Wall Street Journal’s China staff is urging the newspaper to apologize for a headline that prompted the Chinese government to expel three of its journalists this week, reports Paul Farhi of The Washington Post. Farhi reports, “‘We . . . ask you to consider correcting the headline and apologizing to our readers, sources, colleagues and anyone […]

WSJ reporter Peker joins Eurasia Group as director

Emre Peker, a reporter covering economy and politics at the Wall Street Journal, has left the company to join Eurasia Group in London as a director in the Europe team. There, he will continue to cover the European Union trade issues including foreign policy matters and other developments. Before coming to the WSJ, Peker was […]

Verlaine moves to WSJ’s financial markets team

Wall Street Journal reporter Julia Verlaine is now covering financial markets in New York. She previously covered financial services and regulation in the European Union for the Journal’s bureau in Brussels. Verlaine also reported on the investment banking sector in London for Bloomberg News. Before starting a career in journalism, she worked at Barclays covering macro hedge […]

WSJ hires Telesca as deputy investing bureau chief

The Wall Street Journal has hired Jenna Telesca as the deputy bureau chief on the investing team in New York. Telesca spent the last decade covering the food industry, most recently as editor in chief of the trade magazine Nation’s Restaurant News, where her team reported on the impact of immigration reform and addiction on […]

WSJ hires Hirtenstein as markets reporter in London

The Wall Street Journal has hired Anna Hirtenstein as a markets reporter in London. She was previously a reporter at Bloomberg in London, where she covered clean energy and sustainability in Europe, the Middle East and Africa Hirtenstein was also an M&A banker at Greentech Capital Advisors in Zurich and a correspondent with a focus […]

WSJ editor Murray: Chinese expulsion of our reporters is wrong

Wall Street Journal editor in chief Matt Murray sent the following to the staff on Wednesday: Dear All: On Wednesday, the Chinese government ordered the expulsion of three of our colleagues in Beijing in a harsh and unprecedented action. The Wall Street Journal news department has maintained a robust staff in China for 40 years and a […]