Senior Enterprise Editor Ted Kemp has 19 years of experience as an editor and writer covering geopolitics, economics and business. He is CNBC Digital's editor for international news and energy, covering topics ranging from ISIS's funding to piracy in the Singapore Strait.
Kemp worked previously as editorial manager for CNBC.com's London bureau, where he led coverage of the European financial crisis and the Arab Spring. Prior to that, he was technology editor at InformationWeek magazine. He has written for business and lifestyle-related magazines, newspapers and Web outlets on topics ranging from high finance to boxing.
Kemp began his career as a markets reporter at the Dow Jones News Wire. He earned his MS in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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