May26

Former Marjorie Deane intern elected as a MEP for London

Congratulations to Luisa Porritt, who was today elected as a Member of the European Parliament for London. She was previously an intern in 2012 at The Economist’s London office, funded by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation.

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May25

Reminder: Vacancy for business and finance correspondent at The Economist

The Economist is looking for a writer to work at its headquarters in London. The ideal candidate will combine the ability to write informatively, succinctly and wittily with a knowledge of finance. Applicants should send a CV and an unpublished article they think would be suitable for publication in either the Business section or the […]

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May23

Jane Fuller teaches class on accounting to Marjorie Deane interns

Today Jane Fuller, the co-director of the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation and a teacher on the MA course in financial journalism at City University of London, visited the Deane Room at The Economist’s headquarters in London to deliver a class about accounting for journalists to a mixed group of Marjorie Deane interns […]

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May18

The Economist publishes finance lead note by Marjorie Deane intern

Another lead note by Matthieu Favas, a Marjorie Deane intern, has been published in the finance section of this week’s print edition of The Economist. For more information about the internships that the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation funds please click here.

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May10

Vacancy: business and finance correspondent at The Economist

The Economist is looking for a writer to work at its headquarters in London. The ideal candidate will combine the ability to write informatively, succinctly and wittily with a knowledge of finance. Applicants should send a CV and an unpublished article they think would be suitable for publication in either the Business section or the […]

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Apr25

Reminder: Marjorie Deane internship vacancy at The Economist

Just a reminder that the closing date for this year’s Marjorie Deane internships at The Economist’s offices in London is on May 3rd. The Economist invites applications for the 2019 Marjorie Deane internship. Paid for by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation, the award is designed to provide work experience for a promising journalist or […]

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Apr13

The Economist publishes leader by Marjorie Deane intern

A leader by Matthieu Favas, a Marjorie Deane intern, about the cost of cross-border payments, has been published in this week’s print edition of The Economist. Many congratulations! For more information about the internships that the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation funds please click here.

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Apr06

Vacancy: Marjorie Deane Internship at The Economist

The Economist invites applications for the 2019 Marjorie Deane internship. Paid for by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation, the award is designed to provide work experience for a promising journalist or would-be journalist, who will spend three months at the London office of The Economist writing about finance and economics. Applicants are asked to […]

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Apr04

Reminder: Foreign Section Internship at The Economist

Just a reminder about this advertisement for a foreign intern at The Economist’s offices in London. The deadline for applications close soon, on April 15th. WE ARE seeking an intern to write about foreign affairs for The Economist. The internship will be London-based and will pay £2,000 per month. Anyone is welcome to apply. Applicants […]

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Mar25

Burcu Cura on Kamal Ahmed’s talk at City University of London

Kamal Ahmed, editorial director of BBC, told students on the MA in financial journalism course at City University of London that, “if you don’t look like your audience, you cannot report for them”. A former journalism student at City, in his current job Mr Ahmed is responsible for shaping the BBC’s future editorial strategy. His […]

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