Reporter, CFO Journal

Compensation

: $114,743.33 - $169,860.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Media




The Wall Street Journal

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NYC - 1211 Ave of the Americas

Full time
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The Wall Street Journal is looking for a reporter to help readers understand the complexities of corporate finance, from cash management and accounting to M&A and succession planning.

This reporter would be part of the CFO Journal team. CFO Journal is a must-read destination for finance executives and other professionals who need sophisticated news and analysis on corporate finance and the finance function.

The reporter must be able to think and write broadly and be adept at balancing short-term coverage and breaking news with features and longer-term assignments. The reporter would also contribute to and help write the daily Morning Ledger e-newsletter.

The position calls for a journalist interested in the changing role of the finance chief, and the dollars and cents behind business decisions. The right team player should have business-journalism experience, such as covering a corporate beat or financial markets. The reporter must also demonstrate an understanding of - or eagerness to delve into - governance issues, management shifts and capital allocation in corporate America and abroad.

The ideal candidate will possess the ability to produce articles that are sophisticated enough to appeal to finance chiefs, yet clear enough to be understood by other professionals with a keen interest in finance.

*LI-JA1-WSJ

Business Area:
NEWS/WSJ

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Associated topics: communication, communication specialist, content, headline, investigative, journalist, news, publication, reporter, writer * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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