Description: The Wall Street Journal is looking for a reporter to cover Wall Street. The job is one of the premier beats in all of journalism and will put the reporter at the heart of the Journal's coverage. The areas of Wall Street that survived the financial crisis have rebounded quickly. But it's not business as usual, since regulators, politicians and law-enforcement officials are taking aim at the major financial firms. Whether the industry survives the onslaught or sees its business model upended is still in question. The successful reporter's task will be to chronicle this battle and tell readers who wins and who loses.
Requirements:We are looking for a reporter who is a master sourcer and who can penetrate deep inside companies. This person should understand all the details of the world's most complicated companies and be able to explain them clearly to readers. The ideal candidate is equally at home covering breaking news, generating scoops, digging deep for long investigative stories and bringing Wall Street to life. He or she should be able to write all of these with flair.The job will be in the Money & Investing section and will report to Rick Brooks, our Wall Street editor. Please send resumes and clips to Ken Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org and Rick Brooks at email@example.com
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