Vice hires two business journalists
Vice, whose editorial operations are being run by former Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel, has hired two business journalists.
Tech reporter Nellie Bowles has joined Vice from The Guardian and will run its San Francisco bureau.
She has written for the San Francisco Chronicle and Recode. She studied at Columbia University, receiving degrees in comparative literature and psychology, magna cum laude and a Rhodes finalist, before completing a Fulbright Fellowship in Swaziland.
Roberto A. Ferdman has joined Vice as an economics correspondent from the Washington Post.
At the Post, Ferdman was a reporter for Wonkblog covering food, economics, and other things. He was previously a staff writer at Quartz. He’s half Argentine, half Iranian, was born in Boston, but raised in Puerto Rico.