The Wall Street Journal

Tamer El-Ghobashy New WSJ Baghdad Bureau Chief

After covering the Middle East since 2011, Tamer El-Ghobashy will soon join The Wall Street Journal as bureau chief in Baghdad.

Promotions at The Wall Street Journal

Three editors have been promoted at The Wall Street Journal.

Jay Solomon Departs From The Wall Street Journal

Jay Solomon served as foreign affairs correspondent

Cezary Podkul Joins The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal hires Cezary Podkul.

Staff Updates at The Wall Street Journal

Two promotions for the paper's Asia Pacific team, and a beat change for a WSJ San Francisco reporter.

WSJ Names Books Editor

Christopher Carduff joined the staff May 8.

WSJ Taps Lara O’Reilly

The Business Insider alum will cover media and marketing.

Eduardo Kaplan Switches Roles at WSJ

He now oversees business and finance coverage for the paper.

Wall Street Journal Beefs Up D.C. Staff

The Wall Street Journal recently announced a number of new hires or transfers of existing staff to its bureau in Washington, D.C.

David Gauthier-Villars Gets New WSJ Role

After a stint as Nordics bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, David Gauthier-Villars recently was named senior correspondent of European business for the newspaper.

New Post for Marcus Walker at WSJ

He returns to the Berlin bureau as senior correspondent.

WSJ Names New Asia Tech Reporter

Dan Strumpf transitions beats in the paper's Hong Kong bureau.

Craig Karmin Promoted at WSJ

He is now WSJ's markets editor.

WSJ Promotes Two at Hong Kong Bureau

Yun-Hee Kim and Andrew Peaple both get new roles.

Elizabeth Holmes Leaves WSJ

The Wall Street Journal says goodbye to the senior style reporter and columnist.

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