WSJ reporter Crittenden leaving for strategy firm
He will be based in Mercury’s Washington office and will start April 20.
At the Journal, Crittenden has covered financial markets, U.S. politics and financial regulatory affairs, as well as international economics and Congress.
“After being on the front lines of the major policy events of the last decade, I’m excited to use those experiences to shape strategy and define and solve problems for clients at the highest levels,” said Crittenden in a statement.
Crittenden’s reporting on the financial crisis and the Troubled Asset Relief Program won a SABEW Best in Business Award and a New York Press Club award.
Crittenden also worked for Dow Jones Newswires and SNL Financial. He is a graduate of Washington & Lee University.