Bryan Borzykowski is a Toronto-based business writer and editor focusing on investing, personal finance and small business. He writes investing features for CNBC and contributes to the New York Times, CNNMoney, BBC, Canadian Business magazine and the Globe and Mail. He's also written three personal finance and investing books. Follow him on Twitter: @bborzyko.
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