Matthew (Matt) Goldstein is an assistant business editor for Dealbook at The New York Times.
Previously, he was a Reuters columnist who covers Wall Street firms, hedge funds and regulatory investigations. He is noted in The Editor-in-Chief Collection, which aims to act as a source for biographical profiles on America's most influential journalists.
Goldstein is a graduate of the University of Rochester, and has a law degree from Fordham. 
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