Glenn Hall

Glenn Hall is the former Editor in Chief of TheStreet. Prior to joining TheStreet in June 2008, Hall served as chief innovation officer and deputy editor for Freedom Communications Inc.'s flagship newspaper, The Orange County Register, as well as 24 other community newspapers, two television partnerships in the Los Angeles market and multiple Web properties. Hall worked for Freedom Communications from 2005 to 2008. Hall also spent a decade with Bloomberg News (1995-2005), where he led the political and government coverage in Washington, D.C., after serving as Bloomberg's North American transportation team leader, European consumer and retail team leader, bureau chief in Amsterdam, Netherlands and deputy bureau chief in Frankfurt, Germany. As a reporter, Hall pioneered the investigative reporting team at The Journal-Gazette in Indiana after starting his career covering business, health and environment issues. He worked at the Journal-Gazette from 1991-1994. His work also has been published in a variety of newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and International Herald Tribune. Hall received a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University in 1991, a certificate in project and program management from Boston University in 2009 and a Master's degree from Boston University in 2011.

Recent Articles By The Author

JPMorgan Defections Show Dodd-Frank Isn't Toothless - Today's Outrage

JPMorgan Defections Show Dodd-Frank Isn't Toothless - Today's Outrage

Just the threat of regulation is changing bank behavior

Why Is It Always About the Banks? --Today's Outrage

Can't we celebrate the Coke-drinking, Harley-riding Americans who are still spending?

Is Larry Ellison Hell-Bent on Killing HP? - Today's Outrage

If Oracle's CEO isn't determined to destroy HP then he must be plotting a takeover on the cheap.

GM Thinks It's OK to Spy on You - Outrage

It's sad how GM took a good thing like OnStar emergency help and used it for evil.

Bill Gross Must Have Warren Buffett Envy - Outrage

Bill Gross Must Have Warren Buffett Envy - Outrage

What other explanation can there be for Pimco buying a stake in a troubled North Carolina bank?