WSJ Makes Editorial Changes

Several changes to its Money and Investing team.

The Wall Street Journal has made several changes to its Money and Investing team. Details are below.

  • Ken Brown has shifted to senior columnist. He previously covered finance in Asia for the Journal.
  • James Mackintosh has also joined as a senior columnist. He comes to the Journal from The Financial Times.
  • ​​Aaron Kuriloff has moved to the stocks team. He previously covered muni bonds and public finance.
  • Heather Gillers will succeed Kuriloff on the bonds team, focusing on munis. She comes to the Journal from The Chicago Tribune.
  • Aaron Back is a Heard on the Street columnist covering U.S. banks and financial institutions. He was previously a columnist for Heard on the Street in Hong Kong.
  • Ben Eisen, Mike Bird and Jon Sindreu have joined as “market maniacs.” Eisen previously worked for Bloomberg; Bird for Business Insider; Sindreu for the Journal as a UK economics reporter.
  • Sam Goldfarb will cover debt markets. She joined the Journal in February.
  • Chelsey Dulaney has shifted to cover currencies. She previously worked for the Journal’s real-time news desk.
  • Stephanie Yang has joined as a reporter covering commodities. She most recently worked for CNBC.