Resides In

New York City, NY


Syracuse University


Breaking business news, Personal finance, Investment opportunities, Emerging world investing, Taxes


  • Edits business and finance features for Investopedia
  • Has contributed personal finance features to Investopedia,,, and Minyanville, among other sites
  • Has more than 30 years of experience covering finance and general news


Carol M. Kopp is a writer and editor, with over 30 years of experience in finance news and general news. She has been an online news professional since 1982 when she joined a team that created one of the world’s first electronic news prototypes for CBS News and AT&T.

Carol was features manager and, later, senior news manager of the pioneering Prodigy online news service in the 1990s. More recently, she has been a senior news producer for, created personal finance features for CNBC, and developed a travel database for a national business consortium.

Carol has published articles on a wide variety of subjects from travel to personal finance and entertainment. She has contributed personal finance and business news features to AOL, CNBC, Investopedia, and, among others.


Carol M. Kopp received a B.S. in journalism and a B.A. in political science from Syracuse University.