Community Banking Reporter at American Banker.
I edit stories with a beginning, middle and end @WSJ. Past lives: senior M&I deputy editor, banking editor, Atlanta deputy chief, reporter here and there.
David Crow is the FT's Banking Editor, formerly a Senior US Business Correspondent covering the pharma industry for the paper in New York. He previously worked on the FT's main news desk in London.
Banking Editor at The Daily Telegraph & Sunday Telegraph.
John covers the future of finance. He previously wrote about markets and trading for Bloomberg News in New York and London. His interests include global banking, fintech, and the digitization of money.
Matt Egan is a senior writer on CNNMoney's markets and investing team. He covers Wall Street, banks, the stock market, energy and finance broadly. Egan also tweets throughout the day on the latest market moves @MattMEgan5. He's been with CNNMoney since 2014 and previously was a senior reporter at FOXBusiness.com, as well as a staff writer at the Trenton Times. Egan lives in New Jersey and graduated from The College of New Jersey.
Deeply optimistic, I’m an author, educator and speaker; I call myself a champion of social good. Through my work, I hope to help solve some of the world's biggest problems--poverty, disease and climate change. My books—read over 1 million times—on using money for good, personal finance, crowdfunding and corporate social responsibility draw on my experience as an investment banker, CFO, treasurer and mortgage broker. I have delivered a keynote speech at the United Nations and spoken in countries from Brazil to Russia and across the US. Previously, I worked on the U.S. Senate Banking Committee staff and earned an MBA at Cornell.
Michael Smith writes on Business specialising in Banking & Finance, Transport, Infrastructure. Based in our Sydney newsroom, Michael shares writing duties on the highly regarded Chanticleer column.
Emily Flitter covers banking and Wall Street for The New York Times. Before joining The Times in 2017, she spent eight years at Reuters, writing about politics, financial crimes and the environment. She covered Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and has also reported from parts of the United States affected by tragedy, including the East Texas communities flooded by Hurricane Harvey in 2017; the city of Roseburg, Ore., where nine people were killed in a mass shooting; and Ferguson, Mo., the site of protests that followed the killing of an unarmed black man by a police officer.
Finance, policy, business, gender, pop culture. Senior Writer @FortuneMagazine.
Nicole Dieker has been writing about personal finance for nearly a decade. She's also the author of The Biographies of Ordinary People, a Millennial-era Little Women.
Zach Carter is a senior reporter at HuffPost, where he covers economic policy and American politics. He is a frequent guest on television and radio whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, The New Republic, The Nation, and The American Prospect, among other outlets. Zach began his career at SNL Financial (now a division of S&P Global), where he was a banking reporter during the financial crisis of 2008. He wrote features about macroeconomic policy, regional economic instability, and the bank bailouts, but his passion was for the complex, arcane world of financial regulatory policy. He covered the accounting standards that both fed the crisis and shielded bank executives from its blowback, detailed the consumer protection abuses that consumed the mortgage business and exposed oversight failures at the Federal Reserve and other government agencies that allowed reckless debts to pile up around the world. Since joining HuffPost in 2010, Zach has covered the implementation of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law, political standoffs over trade policy and the federal budget, and the fight over the future of the Democratic Party. His feature story, “Swiped: Banks, Merchants and Why Washington Doesn't Work for You” was included in the Columbia Journalism Review’s compilation Best Business Writing. He is the author of The Price of Peace: Money, Democracy, and the Life of John Maynard Keynes, available now for pre-order from Random House. Email him at zach dot carter at huffpost dot com.
Jennifer Dowty has been an investment reporter and equities analyst at The Globe and Mail since 2015. Prior to joining The Globe and Mail, she worked for approximately 18 years in the financial industry, of which nearly 14 years were at Manulife Asset Management. During her time at Manulife, Jennifer was an equity portfolio manager responsible for managing institutional portfolios and mutual funds. Jennifer has over a decade of writing experience reporting for publications such as Investor’s Digest of Canada, the MoneyLetter and Canadian Investor Magazine.
Journalist @CNBCi. Tech, finance, politics and everything in between.
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