The Top 5 Millennial Financial Reporters and Bloggers You Should Be Following
Millennials are starting to make their marks in the world of business and politics. Naturally that leads to millennials climbing up the journalistic ladder of excellence as well. Here are the top young financial journalists you should already be following.
Ms. Ahuja is CNBC’s hedge fund specialist. She has been on Wall Street since she was 17-years-old, according to her bio on CNBC’s website. Since then, all she has done is go on to be named as one of Forbes Magazine’s “30 under 30,” featured in Elle’s 2011 “Genius” issue and nominated to Crain’s NY Business “40 under 40” list in the last two years. Her book “The Alpha Masters” is coming out later this year. You can follow her on Twitter @WallStManeet.
Ms. Segall is a reporter for CNN Money who covers tech, start ups, venture capital and the economy according to her website. She made a name for herself early with her coverage of the Madoff ponzi scheme and how the onset of the Great Recession affected the 2008 presidential election. She has been named to Forbes “30 under 30” and Mashable’s “7 Top Journalists to Follow on Facebook.” You can find her on Facebook and @LaurieSegallCNN on Twitter.
Ms. Tausche is a general assignment reporter for CNBC who covers corporate finance. In her short career she has worked in Brussels for the AP, London and New York for DealReporter, and Bloomberg in New York before making the jump to TV. She made her name by breaking stories on high profile M&A news like the hostile takeover of Cadbury, the leveraged buyout of Interactive Data Corp and a bi-lingual interview of French President Jacques Chirac according to her bio on CNBC. She can be followed on Twitter @KaylaTausche.
A Harvard grad who is an economic policy reporter for the New York Times’ Economix blog, she previously wrote for The New Yorker and Slate according to the Observer. You can follow her on Twitter @AnnieLowrey.
At only 23-years-old, he has already been featured by Fox Business News and the New York Times according to his website Studenomics. His writing focuses on how students and 20-somethings can manage their finances. He has also published two books. Follow him on Twitter @Studenomics.