Marshall Loeb

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Marshall Loeb "has been a working journalist since the age of 15, when he wrote high school sports stories for Chicago neighborhood newspapers for $2 a week.

"Shortly after graduation from the University of Missouri School of Journalism, he served as a correspondent for United Press in Frankfurt, Germany.

"After a year as a city reporter for The St. Louis Globe-Democrat, he joined Time Magazine in 1956 as a writer, rising over the years to Business Editor and Nation Editor. He became Managing Editor of Money (1980-84), Managing Editor of Fortune (1986-94) and Editor of the Columbia Journalism Review (1996-99).

"Loeb is now Senior Correspondent and a member of the Advisory Board of CBS, a leading financial and business news service on the net. He is also a daily commentator on CBS Radio Network. He is author of 13 books, most recently Marshall Loeb's Lifetime Financial Strategies (Little Brown & Co., 1996). He has won every major award in economic and financial journalism. He is a board member of several charities and public service organizations, including the Knight-Bagehot awards program at Columbia Journalism School." [1]

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  1. [Marshall Loeb], Overseas Press Club, accessed June 20, 2008.