Columnist Louis Seveno writes for eFinanceHub online magazine covering European and Asian stocks. He is also a contributor to the Wall Street Journal and Harper's Bazaar. After graduating from Princeton University, he began his career at The New Yorker and then went on to edit the Eye Page at Women’s Wear Daily before landing with eFinanceHub. Contact Louis via email at LSeveno@eFinanceHub.com.
Journalist Andy Chadwick is the lead writer for eFinanceHub stocks section. He also writes for Greater New York, devoted to the New York area. Andy received his M.S. in magazine journalism from The Columbia Graduate School of Journalism in 2005. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Boston University with a B.A. in history and comparative social policy in 2004. Contact Andy via email at AChadwick@eFInanceHub.com.
Writer David Randall is a stock market columnist for eFinanceHub. Previously he was a writer and editor at publications including Seeking Alpha and The New York Observer. He lives in Brooklyn and can be contacted via email at DRandall@eFinanceHub.com.
Journalist Greg Pash is a senior special writer for eFinanceHub. His column runs Monday through Friday. He reports on market influencing news and earnings reports. Greg has also written for The New York Times, the Daily Beast, and Business Week. He graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont and lives in Manhattan with his wife and two daughters. Contact Greg via email at GPash@eFinanceHub.com.
Editor Howard Philips is the international finance editor for eFinanceHub. He supervises, plans, and edits the six-reporter team covering financial stories. Mr. Philips is a winner of multiple awards from the Associated Press Financial Editors and was president of the APSE from 2003 to 2004. Mr. Philips lives on Long Island with his wife Margaret and has two daughters. Contact Howard via email at HPhillips@eFinanceHub.com.
Editor Jessica Hay is the news editor overseeing Web coverage for U.S. stock reports and analysis. Previously, Ms. Hay was an editor for Wall Street Journal Online, where she has covered travel, breaking news, personal finance, and the human toll of the financial crisis. Before joining the Journal in January 2008, she was a reporter and editor at the Miami Herald, where she covered local government, criminal courts, and special projects, plus created and launched Miami.com, a Herald site about what to do and see in Miami. Ms. Hay has an M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University, and a B.A. from Northwestern University, where she majored in fiction writing and gender studies. Contact Jessica via email at JHay@eFinanceHub.com.
Assistant Editor Joshua Brewer is a lead contributor to eFinanceHub's technology section. Contact Josh via email at JBrewer@eFinanceHub.com.
Editor Kevin Sims is markets editor for eFinanceHub. As a writer, Mr. Sims has contributed to books published by Harvard University Press and Universe Publishing, and has written for such periodicals as the Daily Beast, the Forward, and the Village Voice. Mr. Sims earned a Bachelor’s degree in Literature from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2000 and a Master’s degree from New York University in Journalism in 2003. Contact Kevin via email at KSims@eFinanceHub.com.
Editor Larissa Castillo is the senior deputy editor of eFinanceHub. Contact Larissa via email at LCastillo@eFInanceHub.com.
Editor-in-Chief Laura Wolf was appointed her current role with eFinanceHub, in January 2011. She oversees the print and digital editions of the magazine. Ms. Wolf started her career as a reporter at the International Financing Review and Dow Jones Newswires. Contact Laura via email at LWolf@eFinanceHub.com.
Mark Cooper is a deputy editor for eFInanceHub and is a regular finance contributor. Prior to his current post, Mr. Cooper was a front page editor from 2007 through April 2010. Born in Lubbock, Texas, Mr. Cooper earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri at Columbia, graduating first in the journalism school. While at the university, he was a reporting intern at the Killeen (Texas) Daily Herald, a Dow Jones Newspaper Fund editing intern at the Boston Globe and a recipient of the Donald J. Reynolds Award, a scholarship for journalism achievement. Contact Mark via email at MCooper@eFinanceHub.com.
Journalist Nick Trass is a regular contributor to eFinanceHub covering tech, social media and internet companies. Previously, Mr. Trass was deputy managing editor of the now defunct New York Sun, where he worked in various positions from 2002 to 2008. Prior to that, he served as a freelance editor at BusinessWeek and as staff editor Advertising Age International. Mr. Trass was born in Cheverly, Maryland and attended SUNY Binghamton and the University of Maryland. Contact Nick via email at NTrass@eFinanceHub.com.
Rich Wilde was appointed as the deputy editor of eFInanceHub in September 2011, with responsibility for the print and online editions of the magazine internationally. Born in Glasgow, Mr. Wilde holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Open University, and a BA in Journalism from Napier University, Edinburgh. Contact Rich via email at RWilde@eFinanceHub.com.