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WSJ’s Borak joining CNNMoney

March 20, 2017

Posted by Chris Roush

Donna Borak
Donna Borak

Donna Borak, who has covered banking policy for The Wall Street Journal from the Washington news bureau, has resigned to join CNNMoney.

Borak’s new job will be senior economics writer.

While at The Journal, Borak also focused on Congress and the 2016 presidential election. Previously, she was a Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University.

Borak was previously the Federal Reserve reporter for American Banker. While there, her coverage stretched from covering the White House’s plan to reform the government-sponsored enterprises to new global banking regulations, known as Basel III.

Previously, she was a business reporter covering the defense industry for the Associated Press in Washington, where she was an APME nominee for her work on the Walter Reed Medical Center scandal. She began her career as a European economics writer for United Press International, where she filed special reports from Brussels and Hong Kong.

She is conversant in Arabic and has a M.S. in journalism from Boston University. Her bachelor’s degree is from Lehigh University.


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