Reporter - Enterprise Technology, WSJ Pro - NY
4 days left
- Full Time
WSJ Pro, the part of The Wall Street Journal that provides specialized content for professional audiences, seeks a full-time reporter for its Enterprise Technology team.
The Enterprise Tech group is responsible for three products: WSJ Pro Cybersecurity, WSJ Pro Artificial Intelligence and CIO Journal.
Each product comprises a daily newsletter and online pages full of news, insight and analysis that help executives understand the threats and opportunities associated with disruptive technologies.
The Enterprise Tech team is also involved in planning and participating in a range of conferences and events associated with these products.
The journalist in this exciting new role will contribute regularly to each of the products in the Enterprise Tech suite, with a particular emphasis on cybersecurity reporting.
In addition to writing about the business strategy dimensions of cyber for Pro Cybersecurity, this reporter will write for Pro Artificial Intelligence about the business applications of AI for cyber defense and will report for CIO Journal on the role of chief information officers in influencing corporate cyber strategy.
All three of these products focus on critical matters of business execution that go to the heart of what professional readers must know in order to do their jobs and succeed.
The ideal candidate must be able to explain complex subjects in a clear and concise manner, distilling what's most important, interesting and relevant. The ability to develop sources within the corporate world and get them to talk candidly is critical, too.
We are looking for a highly collaborative and collegial person who is motivated to cover one of the world's most exciting beats with energy, imagination and ambition.
The position is based in New York and reports to the WSJ Pro Enterprise Technology Editor.
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