China revokes three WSJ reporter’s press credentials

China said Wednesday that it revoked the press credentials of three Wall Street Journal reporters based in Beijing, reports Kevin Breuninger of CNBC. Brueninger reports, “The three reporters — Deputy Bureau Chief Josh Chin and reporters Chao Deng and Philip Wen — work for the paper’s news division, which operates separately from its opinion department. […]

WSJ makes changes on corporate beats

Wall Street Journal business editor Jamie Heller sent out the following announcement on Tuesday: Hello, I’m excited to announce more moves and opportunities in Corp. Collin Eaton joins the Houston energy team to cover shale companies. He previously wrote about U.S. energy markets for Reuters, delivering market-moving scoops. Prior to that, he covered energy for […]

WSJ China reporter Dou set to depart

Eva Dou, a China politics and general news reporter at The Wall Street Journal, is leaving the organization. She was primarily covering Chinese society, law, religion, and the environment. She was also reporting on diplomacy trade and Chinese domestic policies. She was associated with the Journal for eight years, initially starting as a Taiwan reporter […]

WSJ seeks a young audiences editor

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a New York-based editor to oversee a new initiative to engage with young audiences. You will work with the editor of our forthcoming new digital magazine for people under age 34 and you’ll connect the magazine with other coverage desks around the Journal. You will also lead the […]

Reuters’ Eaton joins WSJ as energy reporter

Collin Eaton, a former oil markets correspondent at Reuters, has joined the Wall Street Journal as an energy reporter in Houston. There, he will primarily be covering the U.S. Before joining Reuters in 2018, Eaton was working as an energy reporter for the Houston Chronicle. He has also held the posts of a banking and […]

WSJ names Muñoz deputy world coverage chief

Wall Street Journal world coverage chief Gordon Fairclough sent out the following announcement on Monday: I am excited to share the news that Sara Schaefer Muñoz is joining the World team as Deputy World Coverage Chief based in New York. She will report to me and work closely with Deb Ball in London and Brendan Moran in […]

Dow Jones sets subscription record

News Corp. announced Friday that Dow Jones & Co. set a new record of 3.5 million subscriptions and The Wall Street Journal crossed the 2 million digital subscriptions mark for the first time. Dow Jones is publisher of The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s Group, and its Professional Information Business includes Risk & Compliance, Newswires and Factiva. […]

Pellejero leaving Debtwire for WSJ

Sebastian Pellejero, a reporter at Debtwire covering high yield capital markets with a focus on leveraged loans, will be leaving the company to join The Wall Street Journal. There, he will take on the post of markets reporter. His new role will begin at the end of February. Previously, he was a reporter at Bloomberg. […]

WSJ VC reporter Mack set to depart

Heather Mack, a reporter covering venture capital and startups operating in biotech, food, health, cannabis and agriculture at the Wall Street Journal and WSJ Venture Capital, will be leaving the organization. Previously, Mack was an associate editor at MobihealthNews and also served as a contributing writer at Grist. She has also served as an editorial […]

WSJ parent reports decline in revenue, profit

News Corp., the parent company of The Wall Street Journal, and Barron’s, reported second-quarter earnings and revenue fell, but matched analyst expectations. The news and information division of the company, which includes the business news operations, saw revenue fall 1 percent to $1.24 billion. Dow Jones’ consumer products saw a 5 percent increase in […]