The Wall Street Journal, Business News Editor (London)
The Journal is seeking an experienced editor to serve as our London-based Business News Editor.
We're looking for a dynamic, fast-working editor who understands business and companies and who can quickly edit and add value to breaking business news during the European and Asian days.
This person will also be responsible for helping edit enterprise and scoops from our EMEA corporate coverage team, working with bureau chiefs and reporters across the region and the world.
The successful candidate needs to demonstrate business news chops as well as a proven track record of using graphics, headlines, social language and other tools to promote our stories to the fullest.
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