Dan Rosenberg has been senior writer for The Ticker Tape® since 2016. Dan spent nearly a decade (1996–2005) covering corporate news and markets for Dow Jones Newswires; his articles frequently appeared in The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s. He also spent almost a decade working in public relations, including six years as spokesman for a Fortune 500 health care company.
Dan is a successful fiction writer, earning the Illinois “Soon To Be Famous” author’s award in 2017 for his novel, The Towers Still Stand.
He holds an MA from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and a BA in history from Knox College.
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