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Doug Cameron
Occupation Aerospace and Defense Industry Reporter
Employer Dow Jones
Location Chicago, USA
Twitter @dougcameron
LinkedIn Profile

Doug Cameron is a aerospace and defense industry reporter for the Wall Street Journal and Deputy Bureau Chief in Chicago.[1] Previously, he was the Chicago Bureau Chief for Dow Jones Newswires, overseeing U.S. exchange coverage.[2]


Cameron was a member of the MarketsWiki Development Team and, before joining Dow Jones in February 2008 as a reporter, was the Chicago and Midwest correspondent for the Financial Times. In seven years at the FT he covered energy as the paper's Houston correspondent and held various positions in its London bureau, including banking correspondent and European companies editor.

He is a native of Edinburgh, Scotland, and started his career in local Scottish newspapers. Cameron lives in Chicago with his wife, Pam, and sons, Angus and Max.


BA in economics and politics, University of Aberdeen.


  1. Doug Cameron. Wall Street Journal.
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