Lawrence Carrel joined TheStreet.com in 2007. He spent the previous seven years at SmartMoney.com where he created two weekly columns, ¿ETF Focus¿ and ¿Under the Radar.¿ Prior to this, he created SmartMoney.com¿s stock-of-the-day column, ¿The One-Day Wonder.¿ In 1995, he became a founding staff member of The Wall Street Journal.com, where he edited breaking news, the Journal¿s international editions, covered the stock market and was one of the writers of the Cyber Investing column. As a reporter for Gannett Suburban Newspapers in Westchester County, N.Y., he won a Best of Gannett as a member of the spot news team covering the World Trade Center bombing in 1993. Before that he served as National Editor at the North Jersey Herald & News. Carrel has written for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Observer, Time Out New York, Razor, SmartMoney, Guitar and Barron's Online. He holds a bachelor's degree in economics and communications from Cornell University and studied at the Columbia School of Journalism.
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