Deborah DSouza

Deborah DSouza

  • • News Editor at Investopedia
  • • Previously an intern at Investopedia, Psychology Today, Starfish Media Group, Pune Mirror, and DNA
  • • Currently writes about immigration policy, corporate lobbying, election campaign funding, technology, economic theory, education trends and book recommendations

Experience

As a News Editor at Investopedia, Deborah works with writers to create engaging and informational content to start the day with. She also enjoys writing comprehensive articles that bring together information from different fields and focus on systemic issues. She has worked in different areas of content production in the past, and her background allows her to be equally comfortable with academic journals and dank memes. Besides her work for Investopedia, Deborah has contributed articles on culture, society and history to Vice Media (Munchies), Scroll.in, Arré, City and State, Psychology Today, Queens Chronicle, DNA and Pune Mirror.

Education

Deborah received her bachelor's degree in English from Fergusson College. She earned her master's degree in social anthropology at the University of Oxford, and her master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.

Quote from Deborah

"It's very satisfying to give readers the information they need on market-moving headlines and trends. I also enjoy pulling the curtain back on how companies operate, whether it's how they deal with proposed legislation or public perception. Large corporations occupy such an important place in markets and our culture generally, it's important to condense the complicated information that's out there and provide context and insight."

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  1. Crime & Fraud

    Punjab National Bank $1.8B Fraud Raises Questions About SWIFT Security

    SWIFT is the financial messaging system at the center of the greatest banking heist in Indian history.
  2. People

    Jeweler Accused in $1.8B Banking Fraud in India May Have Fled the Country

    Modi and his relatives have been accused of swindling $1.8 billion (114 billion rupees) from the Punjab National Bank, India's ...
  3. Virtual Currency

    Bitcoin Tumbles After India Promises to "Eliminate" Use of Cryptocurrencies in the "Payment System"

    The price of bitcoin fell below $10,000 early Thursday morning after Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced the government ...
  4. Tech

    Big Tech Spent Record Amounts on Lobbying Under Trump

    Last year, tech giants spent record amounts on lobbying as the threat of regulations grew.
  5. Laws & Regulations

    MiFID II

    MiFID II, a legislative framework instituted by the European Union to regulate financial markets and replace MiFID, was rolled ...
  6. Tech

    Netflix Is Obsessed With Binge Watching and It's a Problem

    Recently the streaming platform had a minor PR crisis when its Twitter account mocked users' viewing habits. But things could ...
  7. Laws & Regulations

    Does Net Neutrality Stifle Investment and Innovation?

    FCC chair Ajit Pai argues net neutrality has curbed investment, but does it?
  8. People

    Bill Gates Lists the Best Books He Read in 2017

    The 62-year-old technologist, investor and philanthropist reads around 50 books a year, and every December he lists his favorites ...
  9. Personal Finance

    Thanksgiving Dinner Should Cost Less Than $5 Per Person This Year

    Cheaper turkey translates to the cheapest Thanksgiving dinner in five years.
  10. High Net Worth Strategy

    Paradise Papers

    The Paradise Papers are leaked documents that pulled back the curtain on the offshore activities of companies and wealthy ...
  11. Stocks

    Tesla Signs Deal to Build Wholly Owned Plant in Shanghai

    Electric car manufacturer Tesla has signed a deal with Shanghai to set up a manufacturing plant in the city's free-trade ...
  12. Stocks

    Celgene's $710 Million Bad Bet Drags Shares Lower

    Celgene Corporation said Thursday it will be abandoning its Crohn's disease therapy GED-0301.
  13. Stocks

    Gilead Shares Jump After FDA Approves Lymphoma Drug

    Gilead Sciences' (GILD) $11.9 billion acquisition of Kite Pharma is paying off.
  14. Stocks

    Bombardier, Airbus Respond to Boeing Complaint, U.S. Tariff

    Canadian plane manufacturer Bombardier may have found a way to circumvent the almost-300 percent duties imposed by the U.S. ...
  15. Virtual Currency

    Russia Will Issue National Cryptocurrency 'CryptoRuble': Report

    Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly made the announcement during a closed door meeting in Moscow.