Heidi N. Moore is The Guardian's U.S. finance and economics editor. She was formerly the New York bureau chief and Wall Street correspondent for Marketplace.

Prior to joining Marketplace, Moore was a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, where she was the lead writer for the paper’s award-winning Deal Journal online and daily newspaper column during the height (and depths) of the world financial crisis. In addition, she wrote an analysis of banks and mergers and broke news of SEC investigations, big acquisitions, and Barclays Capital buying most of Lehman Brothers out of bankruptcy.  Before that, she was U.S. Bureau Chief for London-based, Dow Jones-owned weekly newspaper and daily website, Financial News. For six years, she was a senior writer covering Wall Street banks and power brokers for The Deal magazine.

Moore’s articles on Wall Street banks and finance have been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, New York Magazine, Financial Times and Slate.  

Moore is a graduate of Columbia University and a native New Yorker. In her free time, Moore enjoys running and traveling.

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Easy Street: Morning News Roundup

Easy Street is our daily morning news roundup of the most interesting news stories and commentary about Wall Street and the world beyond. Send...
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Welcome to Marketplace on Wall Street

Anyone who listens to Marketplace knows that the world of business is woven into - and in some cases, ensnared within - all of our lives. Credit...
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Business looks past federal budget impasse

U.S. businesses are shrugging off a possible federal government shutdown, but are concerned about whether the debt ceiling will be raised.
Posted In: Economy
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Banks cry poor; their profits beg to differ

JPMorgan Chase's CEO warns that financial regulation makes U.S. banks uncompetitive. Yet their profits have returned to pre-crisis levels.
Posted In: Banks
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Facebook preps for IPO

Facebook is trying to hire Robert Gibbs, former White House press secretary, according to a report in The New York Times. Gibbs would manage the social network's communications ahead of an IPO next year.
Posted In: Wall Street
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Once-troubled lender CIT returns to the market

CIT, which finances small- and medium-sized companies, found healthy investor appetite for $2 billion worth of junk bonds.
Posted In: Wall Street
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GE scores big profits, but a small U.S. tax bill

From light bulbs to jet engines, General Electric is a symbol of a profitable American business. Why then doesn't it pay corporate tax?
Posted In: Taxes
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Stockbroker Schwab moves into options

Charles Schwab made stock-buying cheap and easy for small investors. Now Schwab is betting $1 billion on the growing demand for options trading.
Posted In: Wall Street
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Japan crisis chills U.S. corporate funding

The Japanese earthquake has rattled markets and companies hoping to raise capital. But many experts call it a pause, not the end of the rally.
Posted In: Economy
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New move to woo private capital for public works

As highways age, the U.S. looks to renew efforts to create an infrastructure bank to lure private investors into public construction projects.
Posted In: Transportation

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