Katherine Ross is a reporter for TheStreet. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence where she focused on journalism.
She's previously worked with inmates at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, was ValuePenguin's Editorial Associate, and freelanced for a variety of sites.
She focuses on the general market. Her work has appeared on CBS Moneywatch, and MarketWatch, among others.
Find her on Twitter @KatherineRooss.
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