Insider names Rose its executive editor for business
Insider co-editor in chief Matt Turner sent out the following announcement on Wednesday:
I’m excited to announce that we’ve hired Josée Rose (pronounced Jo-zay) to be Executive Editor for Business at Insider.
Josée will report to me, and work across the Finance/Markets/Healthcare/Strategy newsroom. She will also join the Editorial Leadership team. She starts March 8.
She joins Insider with almost 20 years of experience at The Wall Street Journal in New York and London. She was most recently the elections editor, working across the WSJ newsroom to coordinate all aspects of its 2020 coverage, before switching focus to COVID-19 vaccine coverage.
Her experience is impressive and varied. In her time at the WSJ, she’s covered personal finance and financial advisors; worked on the real-time desk; been an assistant art director on Page One; recapped episodes of “Jersey Shore”; been a part-time late-night breaking-news sports editor; managed the WSJ.com homepage; and played a key role in the WSJ’s digital publishing efforts across multiple mediums.
We have ambitious plans for our newsroom and our coverage, and I’m confident Josée will help us get better.
I couldn’t be more excited to have her on the Insider team.