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Yahoo Finance adds two journalists

July 29, 2016

Posted by Chris Roush

yahoo-purple-sign-1920-800x450Yahoo Finance announced Friday the hiring of two business journalists.

JP Mangalindan has been hired as a senior correspondent at Yahoo Finance, covering tech and business. In this new role he will focus on original reporting and analysis about Silicon Valley companies, people and trends.

A journalist with over 10 years of experience, Mangalindan served as a reporter at Fortune magazine and Mashable, where he covered publicly traded tech companies such as Amazon, Apple, and Facebook to early-stage startups.

Mangalindan comes to Yahoo Finance from Activision Blizzard, where he served on the Global Communications team. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Fordham University. J

His first day is Aug. 1, and he will be based on the West Coast.

Ethan Wolff-Mann is joining Yahoo Finance as a writer, covering personal finance, consumerism, and technology. He comes to Yahoo from Money magazine, where he covered everything from the security of internet payments and taxes to weird Powerball math, online user review inflation, and cell phones.

Previously, he served as the deputy editor for Thrillist Tech and covered technology and reviewed products for USA Today’s Reviewed.com.

He is graduate of Middlebury College. Wolf-Mann starts on Sept. 6, and will be based in the New York office.

Mangalindan and Wolff-Mann are the latest in a recent string of new hires at Yahoo Finance, including managing editor Sam Ro, deputy managing editor Erin Fuchs, editor Michael Kelley, and writer Julia LaRoche.

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