Beat Changes at WSJ
The Wall Street Journal has announced many beat changes within its Money & Investing section. A new financial enterprise team has formed within the section, to be headed by David Enrich. Enrich has been serving as European banking editor in London, and will return to New York for the role. His team will include reporters Anupreeta Das and Kirsten Grind. Das will continue to cover Warren Buffet and Berkshire Hathaway, but will also be covering Wall Street and the 2016 election, while Grind will focus on the unregulated aspects of Wall Street.
Further Money & Investing changes include the financial technology team, which will be overseen by Aaron Lucchetti, previously deputy banking editor. His lead reporter will be Telis Demos, who has been covering capital markets. Peter Rudegeair, who previously covered bank earnings, will now cover banks and lenders for the financial tech team, with Robin Sidel contributing financial cybersecurity coverage in addition to her current beat of the credit cards and payment industries.
Other editors switching beats are Craig Karmin, who is now editor for currencies and commodities; Lydia Serota, who is now stocks editor; Marie Beaudette, who takes on the role of deputy deals editor; Matt Jarzemsky, who will add private equity business coverage to his corporate restructuring beat; Maureen Farrell, who will now cover IPOs for the deals team; and Sarah Krouse, who moves further into asset management coverage.
Lastly, the WSJ newsroom bids farewell to 25-year veteran Gabriella Stern, the editor for strategic initiatives and a deputy managing editor, who has taken a new job with a nonprofit organization. She first joined the WSJ in 1991 in Pittsburgh, and has since served as deputy Detroit bureau chief, news editor, senior editor for Dow Jones Newswires’ EMEA coverage, and as managing editor for DJFX trader, among other roles.
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