Bloomberg News is looking for a dynamic, versatile, and passionate journalist to join our Breaking News team in Tokyo. Bloomberg is one of the world's biggest financial news organizations, leading the way in covering mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings and other major events relevant to markets.
Bloomberg's Breaking News team is fast and innovative, and our mission is to deliver this news to readers as quickly as possible, enabling our audience to stay a step ahead.
As a Breaking News editor you will be the first pair of eyes on any market-moving story out of Japan, from negative rates to big earthquakes.
use strong news judgement to decide what actually has potential to move markets; and relay that information in headlines and dispatches as quickly as possible, as clearly as possible, for our real-time clients.
You'll take the lead when Toyota or other leading carmakers announce massive production cuts, when SoftBank inks a mega-deal worth billions of dollars, when the Bank of Japan rocks markets with an unexpected policy move, or when the prime minister suddenly steps down.
You'll work with colleagues on all teams in Tokyo to cover the day's biggest news regardless of beat, expanding your network in one of our biggest Asian bureaus.
Breaking News editors thrive in a high-pressure environment, aren't afraid to make split-second decisions, and love surprises.
When unexpected news breaks, we will jump in to cover it rather than hang back and wait for someone else to take the first step.
We work well with both people and technology. We understand what serious market participants are looking for amid the daily deluge of information, and we're adept at separating the wheat from the chaff on social media.
If this sounds like you, we want you to join our Breaking News team in North Asia.
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