Larry Light Uses His Financial Markets Knowledge To Help Taming The Beast of Wall Street

Larry Light, author of TAMING THE BEAST

Larry Light, is a noted financial editor. His business book for Wiley titled Taming the Beast tracks the evolution of investing.

Larry was a Deputy Editor for Personal Finance at the Wall Street Journal. Previously, he was the Senior Editor in charge of money and investing for Forbes magazine and an editor at Business Week.

Today, he is a partner in an important new financial website. He will serve as Editor-in-Chief of the site that will launch in the summer of 2011.

Larry Light started his journalism career after graduating from Lafayette College and the Columbia School of Journalism.

He also served two years active duty in the Army as a lieutenant. As an Army reservist, he rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel.

Larry and his wife live on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

Lawrence is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, where he currently serves as Executive Vice President, and of the Thriller Writers of America.

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