Business Journalists

Browse the directory of business journalists below. We found 188 business journalists listed.

Bernadette John

Freelance Journalist and Editor

Available for news and feature writing, editing, online content and advertorial writing. Sectors covered include: education, business, retailing, marketing, food and drink, restaurants, wine, legal sector, luxury sector, family travel, UK travel, conference and incentive travel, consumer and human interest. My work has been published in The Telegraph, The Guardian, Absolutely Education, Chalk and Chat, SEN magazine, Harper's Wine and Spirit magazine, The Grocer, The Global Legal Post, Luxury Legal Post, The Good Schools Guide, Independent Education Today,,, Checkout, Brand News, What's new in Marketing, Kent and Sussex Courier, Solihull News and Time Out.


Sherita Sharma

Freelance Journalist and Political Analyst

2013: PG Diploma in Development Studies 2010 - 2012: BA in Journalism and Politics from the University of the South Pacific 2012: Editor at Wansolwara, USP Journalism ---> Journalist, Features Editor and Regional Editor

Zarrion Walker

Journalist & Blogger, University of South Wales

A third year journalism student at the University of South Wales with a huge appetite for media and culture... Previously I attended the University of Salford at MediaCityUK, where I was a regular reporter for Quays News. I’m now based in Cardiff, working as a Journalist and Social Media Manager for South Wales's independent student newspaper, 'The Insight', whilst engaging with the local community to share news and events across South Wales.

United Kingdom

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Nathalie Farah

Freelance: Print, Web, Photo, Video

I have over 600 articles under my belt on topics as diverse as the arts (art, culture, film, music, books/literature), heritage, community and education. I've also written about business, medical, environmental, police, and general news - including the odd sports story! Nowadays though, I tend to stick to arts and culture stories. My high-quality content is always delivered during tight deadlines, receiving positive feedback from both my editors, sources and the public. I am based in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Lynn Peithman Stock

Writer and Editor

At heart, I am a problem solver, a project manager and executor. I listen to other’s exceptional ideas and then develop a strategic, detailed plan to successfully execute them. I have experience on daily, weekly and monthly publications, so short-term — and long-term — deadlines do not faze me. I have a knack for quickly sizing up any project to outline all the steps needed to bring a vision and ideas to life. I excel at editing, proofreading, storytelling (both nurturing writers to tell good stories, and writing and reporting my own), page design and designing editorial packages full of narrative, infographics, photography and illustrations. • Experienced storyteller, editor, writer and news team manager. • A quick study with strong organizational and people management skills. • Enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, juggling news assignments and experimenting with new ways to tell stories and solve problems. • Comfortable in digital and print. • Work closely with writers, photographers, editors and designers to tell stories in engaging ways. I love seeking out unheard voices and helping them tell their stories. I am a lifelong journalist, starting my junior high school’s first newspaper, and am a wife, mom and proud UNC Tar Heel. I am the proud daughter of Russell Peithman, who was the long-time director of the Charlotte Nature Museum and went on to create and found Discovery Place in Charlotte, N.C., and of Lois Peithman Wilson and Floyd Wilson, who created and founded Carolinas Aviation Museum, also in Charlotte. In my spare time, playing with color and fabric and designing quilts keeps me sane.


Thomas Maresca

Freelance Journalist in SE Asia

I am a freelance journalist based in Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City and covering SE Asia.

Monica Heck

Freelance journalist & copywriter

Experienced journalist, specialises in technology and the arts.


Meriza La Key

I have always had a love affair with words. Since an early age, I have grabbed every book I could lay my little hands on. It was also during these times that my interest in poetry was sparkled. With an extreme passion for English Literature, I completed my Bachelor of Arts in Communication Science and set out to create an oyster out of my world. Along my journey, I picked up many passions. I was introduced to the world of business journalism for which I have a soft spot, I love creative, push-the-boundaries writing, and I have an inherent love for all things 'African'. I also have an acute (but healthy) addiction to nature, running, coffee and wine. COMMUNICATING IN THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY Research has confirmed that organisations that excel in their communications also excel in their financial performance. In fact, a study by Watson Wyatt Worldwide has found that companies with highly effective communication practices have a 19 percent higher market premium, 57 percent higher shareholder returns over five years, and levels of employee engagement are 4.5 times higher than their competitors. The thought of communications leaves us a little overwhelmed mostly because we have no idea where to start. The execution of an effective communication strategy (internal or external) should not be rocket science. A strategy is not only a plan to attain future goals and objectives but it should also map out the road on how to achieve it. The most important part of creating a strategy, however, is that it should speak to its intended audience. There are some important attributes an effective communication strategy must contain. To me, they include : 1. Use proven communication channels You can communicate through a variety of channels – but using more or new channels doesn’t automatically result in better communication. Your message might be new, but your communication channels needn’t be. If, however, you do introduce a new channel of communication, keep in mind that most people do not like change and do not open up easily to new technology. Use a subtle introduction and allow for assistance to help employees ease into the new changes. 2. Use simple language Your strategy might be a complex challenge but your words need to be kept simple. Use short words, short sentences and short paragraphs. It is a misconception that ‘big’ words are ‘cool’. Long, dragging paragraphs and ‘big’ words are not impressive. People usually lose interest half-way through. Stick to short, clear and concise sentences to make your strategy easily understandable to your audience. 3. Inspire Forcing a new strategy on employees will leave them confused and bewildered. An inspiring message might capture their imagination and tickle their interest. An inspiring vision will create a sense of ownership, commitment and energy among people. 4. Give your strategy a face Research shows that people remember first the form, then the colour and finally the text. Help employees remember your strategy by developing a catchy name and logo. It will boost recognition. I believe communication has transformative powers if used correctly and integrated into a strategic plan.

Cherise Forno

Writer, Copy Editor, Public Relations Specialist

I have been involved in journalism and public relations since 2004, writing and editing for publications such as the Jackson Hole News&Guide, Dodge City Daily Globe and Patio & Hearth Products Report. Throughout my work experience, I have formed a solid foundation in writing, copyediting, marketing, photography and graphic design. In each endeavor I have pursued, my passion for communicating through different mediums has remained at the forefront.


Muhammad Aldalou

Journalist & Editor

A proficient news reporter, experienced business journalist, passionate writer and sub editor. I have spent the last four years writing for - and managing - two digital business and lifestyle publications and frequently contributing in-depth industry articles to monthly B2B and B2C magazines.

United Kingdom

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