Consulting newsrooms on better ways to reach readers. Kitten aficionado. Alum of @WSJ @GuardianUS @Marketplace. Heidi dot n dot moore at gmail. Hi.

Heidi Moore is a Business Editor at Mashable. She directs a team of reporters and editors in creating richly reported, smart and entertaining stories about media, startups, advertising, careers and Social Good that show that business is really a reflection of life and what we value in it. Heidi was previously a finance and economics editor at the Guardian, New York bureau chief and Wall Street correspondent at Marketplace Radio ...

Read Full Bio →

One Banker’s Plan to Save the Newspaper Industry

blogs.wsj.com — The newspaper industry has endured its own version of what happened to Wall Street after the fall of Lehman Brothers. So Deal Journal spoke with Jonathan Knee, an investment banker who advised on the San Diego deal and who has covered the media industry for over 15 years.

Facebook IPO: an anatomy of Wall Street overreach

theguardian.com — The day of Facebook's first day of trading as a public company brought with it a strange perspective: the highest manifestation of a social media bubble and its ugly aftermath, all in the span of a few hours.

Jamie Dimon’s Greatest Hits

blogs.wsj.com — On a Wall Street peopled with bankers and executives who can be short-tempered and demanding, J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has carved out a niche for strategic outbursts. Today, colleague Kate Kelly reported that, on an emotionally fraught conference call with several other Wall Street CEOs about the fate of Bear Stearns, Dimon chided Citigroup head Vikram Pandit with the blunt warning to "stop being such a jerk."

Deal Maker Profile: New IndyMac CEO Steve Mnuchin

blogs.wsj.com — For those who worry about a Goldman Sachs conspiracy to take over the world, it must be some comfort that it probably only extends to financial services. The impending Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. sale of IndyMac will likely restart the debate all over again. According to Dow Jones Newswires, seven investors will buy IndyMac.

New York primary is a wayback machine: Column

usatoday.com — Three more-or-less New Yorkers give performances that wouldn't be out of place on Broadway. New York loves nostalgia, which is why so many of the most popular Broadway shows are revivals or histories. (Hello, ) Like some strange time-traveling Broadway spectacle of the city's past, the primary this week fits right in.

A short history of Justin Trudeau's strong sock game

mashable.com — Justin Trudeau may be, as some have theorized, an elaborate high-level project by Canada to troll the U.S. Or he may be a science project, created in a lab by scientists to seek the most polymath world leader possible. But the man has style. Trudeau's chic taste in socks has once again grabbed international attention.

Passenger on hijacked EgyptAir plane makes excellent case for keeping his contraband chicken

mashable.com — This week's hijacking of an EgyptAir flight by a man wearing a fake belt of explosives could have been a tragedy, but the worst, thankfully, was averted. That means, especially in Egypt, it's time to joke about it. The Egyptian tradition of "nokat," or jokes, in the face of "mossiba," or catastrophe, is a treasured part of the national character.

Justin Trudeau's impressive core strength will make you say 'namaste'

mashable.com — We know many things about Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau: his inclusiveness on gender and race, his strong faith in the American people, his warmth toward refugees, his ability to ignitethe world's best bromance with President Obama. Less well-known about Trudeau is his impressive upper-body strength.

How a tech CEO scammed everyone by laundering money through China

mashable.com — ASHDOD, Israel - Gilbert Chikli was rolling in money, stolen from some of the world's biggest corporations. His targets: Accenture. Disney. American Express. In less than two years, he made off with at least 6.1 million euros from France alone. But he had a problem. He couldn't spend the money.

Judge lets Jian Ghomeshi go free, says alleged sexual assault victims should not be believed

mashable.com — TORONTO (AP) - A judge on Thursday found a former Canadian Broadcasting Corp. radio host not guilty of sexual assault in a case that had sparked a nationwide conversation about consent and sexual harassment. Jian Ghomeshi had faced four counts of sexual assault and one count of choking based on alleged incidents involving three women.
More Articles →
Aug 30, 2016

@mdc @alexandrascaggs @sindap @izakaminska @JARennison during the financial crisis I used to joke about tri-party repo but audience shrank

Aug 30, 2016

@feliciacago it's not my responsibility or anyone else's to figure out the job for a host making millions to ask Qs

Aug 30, 2016

@ptucker516 but it's insulting to have a career making multimillion-dollar movies and then being asked "so your parents got you here"

Aug 30, 2016

RT @kevinmarks: How to talk to a woman wearing headphones: Be a Kardashev Type II civilisation in HD164595 https://t.co/ud5IcRYssj

Aug 30, 2016

@ptucker516 she's like that I think. She's not a fast talker and is shy and awkward in public. Not helped by infantilizing her as host is

Aug 30, 2016

This is why I don't watch celebrity interviews. They make me so sad.

Aug 30, 2016

Then they ask her about how she reads scripts. Are you kidding? This is a popular young actress. Give her her due.


Are You a Journalist?

Create a free Muck Rack account to customize your profile and upload a portfolio of your best work.

Create a Portfolio