Alan Murray is deputy managing editor and executive editor, online, for The Wall Street Journal. He has editorial responsibility for the Journal's web sites, including WSJ.com and MarketWatch and the Journal's books, conferences and television operations.
Previously, he served as CNBC's Washington, D.C., bureau chief and was co-host of "Capital Report with Alan Murray and Gloria Borger."
Mr. Murray joined The Wall Street Journal in 1983, as a reporter covering economic policy. He was named Washington deputy bureau chief in January 1992 and became bureau chief in September 1993. During his tenure as bureau chief, the Washington bureau won three Pulitzer Prizes, as well as many other awards.
Mr. Murray is the author of three best-selling books: "Revolt in the Boardroom, The New Rules of Power in Corporate America," published by HarperCollins in 2007; "The Wealth of Choices: How the New Economy Puts Power in Your Hands and Money in Your Pocket," published by Random House in 1991; and "Showdown at Gucci Gulch: Lawmakers, Lobbyists and the Unlikely Triumph of Tax Reform," co-authored with Jeffrey Birnbaum and published by Random House in 1987. "Gucci Gulch" received the American Political Science Association's Carey McWilliams Award in 1988.