Media Moves: Week of May 7
Read on for the latest updates from outlets including Bloomberg, Business Insider, CNBC, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal.
Media on the Move
- Adam Harris joined The Atlantic as a staff writer, covering higher education with a focus on inequality.
- HuffPost contributor Michael Hobbes became a full-time reporter covering economic trends. The publication also hired Casey Bond as a personal finance reporter.
- John Stoll joined Wall Street Journal as a business columnist.
- Bloomberg reporter Adam Satariano moved to The New York Times’ London bureau as a technology correspondent.
- Greg Mitchell joined Reuters as the new West Coast bureau chief.
- Hugh Son joined CNBC Online as a banking reporter and is focusing on top financial institutions.
- Dakin Campbell joined Business Insider as a senior Wall Street reporter.
- The New York Times welcomed Jessica Cheung as an associate producer for The Daily, NYT’s weekday global news podcast.
- JM Rieger joined The Washington Post as a video producer.
- Bloomberg News welcomed Katherine Doherty as a reporter on the corporate finance team.
- Jonathan Ponciano joined Forbes as an assistant editor covering investments.
- Jeneen Interlandi joined the editorial board for The New York Times, covering health, science and education.
- Katie Brigham joined CNBC an associate producer and Jimmy Im joined the publication’s entrepreneurship and personal finance vertical, “Make It,” as a senior lifestyle writer.
- American Banker welcomed Nathan DiCamillo as a reporter for its technology team.
- Lauren Johnson joined Business Insider as a senior advertising reporter covering digital media.
- Business Insider reporter Frank Chaparro started a new beat covering equity and crypto market structure, digital wealth management and Morgan Stanley.
- LinkedIn hired Benjamin Snyder of CNBC to oversee its coverage of careers and recruiting.