Bloomberg is looking for an ambitious reporter looking to break news on one of the most hotly watched beats in the country: pharmaceutical companies. The person will be a news breaker who is adept at working sources, combing through filings and reporting doggedly on the hottest issues in the industry, from the rising cost of medications to the race to defeat cancer. The ideal candidate already has connections in the industry, has a knack for spotting trends and ideas before others do, and can write for a variety of platforms, from the Bloomberg terminal to the Web to Bloomberg Businessweek magazine.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
Minimum of five years in journalism, preferably with a focus on business
Experience working in a real-time news environment
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