Everett Rosenfeld is a staff writer for CNBC.com covering international macroeconomics, politics and financial technologies. Prior to this role, he worked on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" and the network's assignment desk.
Before joining the company, Rosenfeld worked as a founding editor for a medical news start up. He has written for TIME from its offices in New York and Hong Kong and has had articles featured on CNN, SikhChic.com, USA Today, The Fiscal Times, Christian Science Monitor, MSN, Yahoo, Re/code and more.
Rosenfeld holds a bachelor's degree in Ethics, Politics and Economics from Davenport College at Yale University, and several certifications in the study of Mandarin.
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