Heesun Wee is a features reporter and editor for CNBC.com, where she covers a broad range of topics including entrepreneurship, manufacturing, emerging markets and the North Korean economy.
She previously worked for Yahoo!, Bloomberg and Businessweek.com as a reporter and multimedia producer.
Wee also was a documentary media student at The New School, USC Knight Digital Media Center fellow and graduate of the Asian American Journalists Association's Executive Leadership Program.
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