Nina reports on U.S. companies and their finance chiefs for the Wall Street Journal in New York. She writes about bond issuances, corporate debt, financial planning, tax, treasury and CFO-appointments. As a news editor on the CFO Journal team, she edits daily stories, features and the newsletter and helps shape the group’s coverage.
Nina relocated to the U.S. in July 2019 after nearly three years with the WSJ in London, during which she covered corporate finance at British and European companies. Prior to her time with the WSJ, she worked as a U.K. Business and Finance Correspondent for German media group Welt in London and as a reporter in Shanghai, China.
Looking forward to my panel discussion at this year’s virtual MIT Sloan CFO Summit with Amrita Ahuja from Square, Tom Sweet from Dell Technologies and Michael Fleisher from Wayfair. We’ll be talking about leadership and how to think beyond the current crisis.
Qualcomm Inc. finance chief Akash Palkhiwala overhauled some of the chip giant’s revenue disclosures in the latest quarter, a move intended to reveal changes in the company’s business strategy to investors.
AT&T Inc. hired a company insider to succeed longtime finance chief John Stephens once he retires at the end of March, in the latest change of guard within the company’s leadership over the past year.
German airline groupe Deutsche Lufthansa AG Wednesday named an industry outsider as its new finance chief as it continues to navigate hard times caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
General Electric Co. is disbanding its Corporate Audit Staff program, a rigorous multiyear rotation through various divisions that the conglomerate has long used to groom future leaders.