Zachary Karabell is an American author, historian, money manager and economist.Karabell is President of River Twice Research, where he analyzes economic and political trends. He is also a Senior Advisor for Business for Social Responsibility. Previously, he was Executive Vice President, Head of Marketing and Chief Economist at Fred Alger Management, a New York-based investment firm, and President of Fred Alger and Company, as well as Portfolio Manager of the China-US Growth Fund, which won both a Lipper Award for top performance and a 5-star designation from Morningstar. He was also Executive Vice President of Alger's Spectra Funds, a no-load family of mutual funds that launched the $30 million Spectra Green Fund, which was based on the idea that profit and sustainability are linked.
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Tina Brown’s Newsweek-Daily Beast Company got hit hard last week: First, editor-at-large Randall Lane left to become editor of Forbes, then international general manager Alan Bone bounced to Bloomberg Businessweek.
The company has been both hiring staffers and seeing reporters and editors depart since well before the merger.
That was the headline I was greeted with when I logged on to Moneyland, Time Inc. 's new personal-finance website. The right answer is, of course, Elmo, who assiduously avoids "impulse buys" and saves for the future, unlike Cookie Monster, who is all about instant gratification.
Jim Frederick, the managing editor of Time. com, sent out the following announcement about the website’s new personal finance section:.