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Amy Feldman is an award-winning writer and journalist with more than 15 years experience writing about business. She's good at making complex topics — tax policy, say, or health care reform — easy to understand and relevant, and she likes digging in to get the real story. Amy’s articles have appeared recently in Inc., Money, The New York Times and Time, among other publications. Before going freelance in spring 2005, she was a senior writer for Money, the Wall Street columnist for the New York Daily News and a staff writer for Forbes. This is her portfolio.
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September 2005
A law intended to clean up big public companies has taken its toll on small private ones — both financially and emotionally. Why there may finally be relief in sight.

June 2005
ExxonMobil is raking in the profits — and investors want their fair share.