Deborah DSouza

Deborah DSouza

Deborah D’Souza is an independent journalist who grew up in Pune, India and earned a master’s degree in social anthropology at Oxford University in England, and a master's degree in journalism at Columbia University in New York City. She has worked on independent documentaries for cable television, and she has written for Psychology Today, City and State, DNA, Vice News and Investopedia.com. She is passionate about politics, behavioral economics, and social sciences. 

  1. Markets & Economy

    No EU-UK Trade Deal Before 2019; Europe, Asia Stocks Up

    Frontrunners for Prime Minister, Theresa May and Michael Gove, won't start the divorce process until next year.
  2. Markets & Economy

    European Markets Falter, UK Politics in Disarray

    The Brexit vote has thrown British politics off balance. Prominent "leave" campaigner Boris Johnson is not interested in ...
  3. Politics & Money

    H-1B Visa Lottery is Target of Lawsuits

    Only a little more than a third of applicants receive an H-1B Visa each year. Immigration groups want to know how they are ...
  4. Markets & Economy

    Europe Markets Rally Post-Brexit; US Futures Up

    Watch out for "a dead cat bounce."
  5. Markets & Economy

    Brexit Continues to Impact Markets on Monday

    Asian bourses see recovery but Europe continues to trade in red. US futures promise a 0.5% drop.
  6. International / Global

    Britain Votes to Leave the European Union

    The British people have voted to leave the European Union.
  7. Politics & Money

    Brexit It Is; Markets Tumble

    The British people have voted to leave the European Union.
  8. International / Global

    A Third of All ATMs in India Do Not Work

    The Reserve Bank of India plans to get banks to fix the problem.
  9. Retirement Living

    Baby Boomer Economics: 5 Facts to Help You Plan Your Retirement

    A look ahead at what you can expect to spend when you retire.
  10. Politics & Money

    Trump Campaign Contributions Drop 37% in April

    Trump supporters aren't clicking the donate button as often as Bernie and Hillary fans are.
  11. Taxes

    These 5 Companies Hold Over $500 Billion in Cash

    And they hold much of it overseas, to boot.
  12. International / Global

    Microsoft's Nadella to Meet India's CEOs, Tech Leaders (MSFT)

    Soon after Tim Cook, Satya Nadella plans an India visit.
  13. Markets & Economy

    Senate Passes Bill to Allow Lawsuits Against Terror Nations

    The bill would allow Americans to sue Saudi Arabia for its alleged role in the 9/11 attacks.
  14. Company Insights

    Apple CEO Tim Cook Visits India (AAPL)

    Cook's aggressive campaigning in the East continues.
  15. Markets & Economy

    New 9/11 Reveal Brings Saudi Divestment Closer

    Member of 9/11 commission says there's more to Saudi Arabia's role than what the public knows.