WSJ Creates New Government and Business Interests Team
In anticipation of the impending Trump Presidency, The Wall Street Journal has created a new team within its Washington, D.C. bureau, which will cover the intersection of business interests and government action. Susan Benkelman will head the new group as news editor; a slew of WSJ reporters have also joined the team, including:
- William Mauldin and John McKinnon, who will cover telecom and trade within the intersection of business and government, but in a broader sense.
- Kate O’Keeffe, who will cover the China connection/angle.
- Ted Mann, who is joining the team from New York.
The new team will also cover a variety of government-business related topics, including financial regulation, energy and economics. Follow WSJ on Twitter.
h/t Talking Biz News
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