As the world’s biggest business and financial news team, we report on market-moving stories. We’re always looking for passionate journalists to join us.
One of the world’s leading financial news organizations, Bloomberg News produces roughly 5,000 stories a day and has earned more than 800 awards since it was founded in 1990 – including the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting.
Bloomberg News is read by more than 325,000 Terminal subscribers, who are among the most influential people in business and finance in the world.
Our access to Bloomberg’s technology, analytics and distribution lets us lead the way in breaking news about mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings and other seismic financial events – letting our readers, viewers and listeners stay a step ahead of the markets.
Our stories are also carried on Bloomberg’s web, mobile, television, digital video, radio, print and live event platforms, and syndicated to more than 440 publications around the globe.
Who thrives in News?
You’re competitive. You want to win. You want to keep increasing the influence of our print, online and mobile brands. And as a versatile writer, you can produce great feature stories.
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Bloomberg Intelligence (BI)
As the research arm of Bloomberg News, we collect and host data on 100+ industries and 4,000+ companies for a wide range of clients. We also give them context for the data through independent analysis from 130 experts in a wide range of subjects – including Washington, litigation, credit and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data. They help our clients see the hidden factors that influence their worlds, and how to understand current and historical trends.
Who thrives in BI?
You have an analytical mind, and seeing your work published on the Terminal will keep you motivated. You’re not afraid to bring a quantitative perspective to the table (you probably aced math class) and you just get the ins and outs of finance. You’re excited to know that industry professionals will look to your research and your knowledge when making decisions, so you understand the importance of keeping your voice creative and interesting.