Reporter - CIO Journal, WSJ Pro - NY
WSJ Pro, the unit of The Wall Street Journal that provides specialized news, analysis and data for professional audiences, is looking a reporter to join CIO Journal to cover one of the most important aspects of business, the ability to successfully deploy technology.
Large corporations often spend many years and billions of dollars deploying tech. The companies that get this right can gain an incomparable advantage. Companies that blow it often fall behind, or worse. CIO Journal is looking for someone who can get inside large companies and tell the stories of how CIOs often make or break these efforts, working with the board, the CEO and other leaders.
We are looking for someone with the ability to develop great corporate sources and analyze technology within a business context for a professional audience of CIOs.
The ability to report and write compelling and original stories and collaborate with our high-energy team is a must, as is the ability to contribute to our highly successful email newsletter, The Morning Download.
The successful candidate also will manage our new column, CIO Whiteboard. This position is based in New York.
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