The New York Times’ Louise Story To Act As Contributing Editor For Bloomberg TV

New York Times finance reporter Louise Story will be taking on the additional role of contributing editor for Bloomberg TV.

As Business Insider notes, Story was one of two NYT reporters who broke the story that the S.E.C. was suing Goldman Sachs, and she’s appeared on Bloomberg TV three times already before her official appointment as contributing editor in order to discuss financial news. During her first official appearance today, Story spoke about tomorrow’s FCIC hearings with Bear Stearns, former SEC head Christopher Cox and Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson.

She will continue to appear on the network on a weekly basis to discuss her coverage of “Wall Street banks, regulation, and all things finance.”

Other Bloomberg TV contributors include author William Cohan and Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough.



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