NY Instances hires WSJ’s Copeland to cowl banking
We’re thrilled to announce that Rob Copeland has joined Enterprise as a reporter on the finance workforce, to cowl banking.
Rob involves us from The Wall Avenue Journal, the place for 9 years he wrote about finance, Silicon Valley, and most not too long ago Elon Musk.
Rob has a knack for uncovering distinctive and colourful options from the broader world of wealth and matters as different because the mysterious pull of LaCroix and Martin Shkreli’s hidden jail enterprise, co-written with Bradley Hope. Whereas primarily based in Austin, Rob broke the information that Elon Musk was dwelling in a mansion whereas claiming to dwell in a shack.
Subsequent 12 months, St. Martin’s Press will launch his first ebook, “The FUND: Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates and the Unraveling of a Wall Avenue Legend.”
“Rob has top-shelf story instincts and the persuasive reporting abilities essential to search out killer anecdotes,” stated Tripp Mickle, who labored with Rob on the Journal. “At coronary heart, he’s the quintessential, pushy reporter. Cunningly cussed. Enthusiastically relentless.”
Previous to becoming a member of The Journal, Rob was a reporter for the hedge-fund publication Absolute Return and for the short-lived wire service NewsCore. He graduated with a level in Economics and Historical past from Duke College.
Rob begins on Dec.12.