Leon Lazaroff

Leon Lazaroff has been with TheStreet since March 2013 as an editor, media industry reporter and political writer. Prior to joining TheStreet, Leon was a reporter at Bloomberg News on its media and emerging markets teams, a national correspondent for the Chicago Tribune and through much of the 1990s a foreign correspondent reporting from Mexico and Spain with the Associated Press and other outlets. Leon completed the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University in 2002, earning a masters degree in journalism, and a bachelor of arts in history from the University of Wisconsin long before its basketball team was any good.

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Recent Articles By The Author

Forbes Reportedly in Talks to Be Sold to Chinese Firm Buying Scaramucci's Hedge Fund Stake

Forbes Reportedly in Talks to Be Sold to Chinese Firm Buying Scaramucci's Hedge Fund Stake

The storied media company might be sold to the same company that is acquiring Trump advisor Anthony's Scaramucci's stake in the hedge fund that he founded, SkyBridge Capital.

Scaramucci Gives Trump Administration a Grade of 'Incomplete'

Scaramucci Gives Trump Administration a Grade of 'Incomplete'

Anthony Scaramucci says the Trump administration remains a work-in-progress, and the failure to repeal Obamacare shouldn't be viewed as anything more than one step in a longer process.

Don't Expect Comcast to Launch a Nationwide Streaming TV Service Anytime Soon

Don't Expect Comcast to Launch a Nationwide Streaming TV Service Anytime Soon

The NBCUniversal owner isn't likely to launch its own multichannel pay-TV service in the near future despite efforts to secure rights to start a competitor to AT&T's DirecTV Now.

Tronc May Need to Placate Other Shareholders in Wake of Oaktree Sale

Tronc May Need to Placate Other Shareholders in Wake of Oaktree Sale

Chairman Michael Ferro's decision to buy out Oaktree Capital sent the publisher's stock higher on Friday even as it begged the question whether other shareholders might want a similar deal.

Disney's Dilemma: Can Anyone Replace Bob Iger?

Disney's Dilemma: Can Anyone Replace Bob Iger?

The media giant's board of directors may have another 27 months or so to decide on a successor to its longtime CEO, but that won't make the decision any easier.