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 the Los Angeles Times. She had previously written for Capitol Weekly in Sacramento and The Times’ bureaus in Washington, D.C., and Orange County. Mai-Duc grew up in Sacramento and graduated from Cal-Berkeley.
In 2015, she was part of a team at the Times that was a Gerald Loeb Award finalist for covering the Virgin Galactic crash.