2008 Lifetime Acheivement Award Honoree
Deputy Managing Editor
The Wall Street Journal
Daniel Hertzberg is the deputy managing editor, international, of The Wall Street Journal. A 30-year veteran of the Journal, he supervises all the foreign news operations of the Wall Street Journal, including The Wall Street Journal Europe, The Wall Street Journal Asia and the Journal’s foreign reporting staff.
Mr. Hertzberg was named to his current post in June 2007. He was previously senior deputy managing editor in New York, in charge of the Journal’s U.S. news bureaus, News Desk and several major display pages, including the front page. He is now based in London.
Mr. Hertzberg received the Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism in 1988 with his colleague James Stewart for reporting on the Wall Street insider-trading scandal and the 1987 stock-market crash. He is a graduate of the University of Chicago.