Margo D. Beller's career has spanned from print magazines to daily newspapers to electronic newswires to business websites. She began as a reporter and columnist covering the insurance and banking industries during the heady days of federal deregulation. After a short stint in management, she moved into copy editing and has since enjoyed a long association with Dow Jones Newswires and, more recently, with CNBC.com and TheStreet.com.
At TheStreet.com she copy edits articles filed by contributing writers, columns and, in the evenings, the daily Mad Money recap written by Scott Rutt plus two subsidiary features based on that which run the next morning. She manages copy and edits and publishes the nightly tech roundup and any copy not handled by her afternoon colleagues. She is a go-to person for information on style.
Based in Morris County, New Jersey, her other interests are varied. She is a nature and editorial writer for several blogs, including her own.
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