Jeremy Greenfield is the Politics and Commentary Editor at The Street. Prior to The Street, Greenfield was at Digital Book World where he spent three years as Editorial Director. Previously, he was an Editor at Dow Jones, running FINS, a Wall Street Journal careers site. Prior to FINS, Greenfield reported on the advertising and media industries at Media Industry Newsletter and other outlets. Greenfield holds a B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania.
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