Nelson Wang edits the technology and health care stocks coverage at TheStreet. Prior to TheStreet, he was the business and personal finance editor for Yahoo!'s home page, and he's also worked as an editor at Condé Nast Portfolio, CBS MoneyWatch, Internet World and aMedia. Nelson has a bachelor's degree in Social Studies from Harvard College.Follow @NelWang
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