Reporter, WSJ Pro Bankruptcy - NY / DC
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter to cover bankruptcy news for WSJ Pro Bankruptcy and the online and print editions of The Wall Street Journal.
We need a journalist who can work fast and break news from court hearings and legal documents.
The job also requires an ability to develop sources at secretive hedge funds, trading desks and buyout shops to break news on debt restructurings and distressed M&A situations.
Business, financial or legal reporting experience would be a plus for the role.
For the right candidate, the position could be in either New York or Washington, D.C.
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