NBC News is hiring 4 reporters for the business, technology and innovation unit

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BNC News has been on a wave of recruitment recently – and the news agency is continuing this effort by announcing new appointments within its business, technology and innovation unit.

Brian Cheung joins as a Business & Data Reporter, where his reporting will help the public better understand the current state of the U.S. economy as it emerges from a global pandemic and nears the midpoint. Prior to this appointment, he was a writer and on-air reporter at Yahoo Finance, covering the Fed, economics and banking. Cheung takes office the week of September 19.

JJ McCorvey joins the team as an Atlanta-based Digital Business Reporter, focusing on regional and national economic trends. He recently covered personal finance and economics for The Wall Street Journal.

Laura Wides-Munoz joined as Senior Technical Investigations Writer. Previously, she was deputy Washington bureau chief of the Los Angeles Times. She also worked for ABC News in Washington, DC, serving as news practices editor at Fusion, where she was vice president of special projects and editorial strategy.

Candace Kuo returns to NBC News as lead producer on the unit. In this role, she will work with the team to deliver content across all NBC News video platforms. It’s a homecoming for Kuo, who previously worked as a producer for Today. for more than a decade. Most recently, she was senior producer for CBS Mornings.

McCorvey, Wides-Muñoz and Kuo will start the week of September 6.

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