Reporter, Barron's Group - NY / CA / DC
We are looking for curious, skilled reporters to join a new in-depth reporting team, focused on high-impact stories in finance, business and policy around the world.
Contact us if you are:
- relentlessly committed to highly original reporting on stories that really matte
- reliable at turning in excellent stories under tight deadlines
- excited about experimenting with different forms of storytelling, on a variety of digital platforms as well as in print
- knowledgeable and passionate about finance and business
- recognized as an authority in your chose coverage area, with unrivaled sourcing
- a self-starter, and a willing team-player too
Contact us too if you don’t hit all of these just yet, but you’re ambitious, energetic and determined to dig for the truth.
The work of this team will be published across the Barron’s Group, in print and online.
The reporters will write frequently, though the main priority will be to produce original, richly-reported journalism and artful storytelling. We will be especially focused on three core areas: finance, policy, and tech.
The reporters will work with the Managing Editor for in-depth reporting, and will also collaborate, where appropriate, with reporters, editors, designers and others across the Group.
We expect that the positions will be located in New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C.
About Barron’s Group
Barron's Group consists of Barron’s, MarketWatch, Financial News, Private Equity News, Mansion Global and Penta. In almost a century of journalism, Barron’s has broken some of the biggest business stories time and time again.
More recently, the group is showing robust growth in audience, membership and revenue, supported by a surge of impactful news and analysis from across our combined newsroom.
Our team of about 160 expert journalists is constantly working to build on that exceptional foundation, serve readers and investors worldwide, and fulfill our mission to deliver, as Clarence Barron called it, truth in finance.
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