Matt is the Executive Editor at Business Insider. He reports to the Editor in Chief, and is the newsroom leader of PRIME, Business Insider's subscription offering. He started at Business Insider in July 2015. He was previously the US editor at Dow Jones-owned title Financial News. He also led the investment-banking team at Financial News in London. Matt's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal in Europe and the US and on WSJ Moneybeat.
Feature writer and breaking news reporter at Bloomberg News, focusing on financial services -- including the insurance industry, institutional investing, asset managers (esp. in regard to alternatives) and independent investment banks such as Lazard and Evercore.
Before joining Business Insider's education team, Abby was at JPMorgan where she worked in the chief investment office and treasury. Previously, she worked in education policy in Washington, DC, dealing with standards-based reform and the Common Core. She graduated from Yale University with a degree in political science.
Analyst at MarketWatch covering various investment topics.
Chris Dannen is CIO, co-founder, and managing partner at Iterative Capital, the New York-based cryptocurrency investment manager, and head of product at i2 Trading, the wholesale dealer and trading desk. His career has been devoted to the study and design of human systems in an entrepreneurship context. As a corporate ethnographer, Chris documented process and organization design inside hundreds of large corporations and early-stage startups, learning how successful products are conceived and executed. His writing on innovation has been published in Fast Company, Wired, and MIT Technology Review. As a strategist, he has consulted independently for Bloomberg LP, Microsoft, Edelman, Soho House, General Assembly and Atlantic Media, plus others as a staff strategist for Undercurrent LLC and ReD Associates, including Samsung, GE, and American Express. As an entrepreneur, he co-founded the iOS development shop Sneakers Agency in Brooklyn, NY in 2013, and began his first small-scale cryptocurrency mining operation in 2014. He is the author and co-author of five books on software development, UX/UI, and design, and serves as technology advisor to M-RAD Architecture in Los Angeles. He graduated from the University of Virginia and lives in Manhattan, NY.
Samantha Chang is a freelance writer and editor covering politics, lifestyle, finance, and cryptocurrencies. Chang was formerly an assistant managing editor at Investor-News, a weekly newsletter for financial advisors. Before that, she was an editor at Dow Jones Newswire and was a managing editor at Institutional Investor.
Chief Scientist, Managing Partner at Invector Labs. CTO at IntoTheBlock. Angel Investor, Writer, Board Member of Several Software Companies
Blockchain enthusiast, project management specialist, writer and crypto investor. JG deals mostly with problems and solutions of crypto projects and provides market outlook for investments. He contributes his analytical skills to projects.
Jack Tatar is managing partner of Doyle Capital, a venture fund that invests in early stage companies in the “transformative technology” sectors of crypto assets, blockchain, distributed computing, AI and others. He’s the co-author of the current best seller, “Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor's Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond” (McGraw Hill , 2017).
Tech Consultant at Three Arch Capital and Questa Labs IT. Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News Writer for http://BeInCrypto.com .
I am a master's graduate with a dual degree in Journalism and Computer Science from Columbia University, New York. I received my bachelor's in computer science from Amrita School of Engineering and have previously worked as a software programmer for Infosys Limited and investment bank Goldman Sachs. In my recent stint, I interned as a data journalist and reporter at Financial Planning covering FinTech, cryptocurrencies and wealth management. I am currently a software engineer developing news products for Scroll.in, and a research contributor at Metafact, a Delhi-based fact-check startup that employs a mix of NLP and AI-driven approaches to tackle fake news and disinformation.
Nigam Arora is an engineer, nuclear physicist, author, and entrepreneur and the founder of two Inc. 500 fastest growing companies. He is also the developer of the ZYX Change Method to profit from change by investing. The premise is that most money is made by predicting change before the crowd. Arora is the chief investment officer at The Arora Report and the editor of four newsletters that track the ZYX Change Method.
Mark Hulbert is a regular contributor to MarketWatch. His Hulbert Ratings tracks investment newsletters that pay a flat fee to be audited.
Michael Wursthorn writes about retail brokerages, including Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo Advisors and UBS Wealth Management Americas. - HIDE FULL BIO Previously, he covered private equity funds and buyouts for Dow Jones' private equity publications. Prior to that, he worked for the New York Daily News.
Markets Editor @MarketWatch/WSJ, former finance reporter for @qz, @NYPostbiz, @TheStreet, Institutional Investor news
Tom covers markets, activist investors and federal economic policy for CNBC. Prior to joining CNBC in 2017, Tom led The Harvard Crimson’s media department in Cambridge, Mass. He graduated from Harvard University in 2017 with an A.B. in Economics with studies focused on monetary and fiscal policy. He spent his childhood in Cooperstown, N.Y. and has remained a lifelong baseball fan.
William Watts is MarketWatch’s senior markets writer. Based in New York, Watts writes about stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities, including oil. He also writes about global macro issues and trading strategies. Before moving to New York, he reported for MarketWatch from Frankfurt, London and Washington, D.C.
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