Activism Reporter, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Wall Street Journal's Deals team is seeking a reporter to cover activist investors, a driving force in corporate decision making.
We are looking for a hungry journalist eager to break news on new investments, big and small, and help dominate the coverage of everything these investors and their targets try to accomplish when they lock horns
The job requires an ability to source at secretive hedge funds, work well with others and quickly pen clear and accurate stories that are fair in the face of competing narratives, all while delivering the insightful features and analysis that our readers crave.
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