Paula Szuchman is a page-one editor at The Wall Street
Journal, where she was previously a reporter covering the
travel industry, college internships, and roller coasters. She
lives with her husband and daughter in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Jenny Anderson is a New York Times reporter who spent years covering Wall Street and won a Gerald Loeb Award for her coverage of Merrill Lynch. She currently writes on education and lives with her husband and daughter in Manhattan.
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