Susan Caminiti is a writer and editor whose work covers a wide range of business and social topics, including corporate profiles, health care, work/life issues, governance, sustainability and personal finance. Her writing appears in Fortune, NYSE, Time, and Money magazines, as well as NYSE's Big Stage digital site and CNBC Digital. Susan is a former staff writer for Fortune. During her 13 years there, she developed the magazine's award-winning coverage of the retailing industry.
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From Austin, Texas, to Charlotte, North Carolina.
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