Andrew Ross Sorkin is the chief mergers and acquisitions reporter of “The New York Times,” a position he has held since July 2000 after having served as the newspaper’s European mergers and acquisitions reporter based in London, England since July 1999.
Sorkin is also the founding editor of DealBook, an online daily financial report published by “The Times” and he writes a column of the same name for the paper on Sundays. Sorkin has been named one of the 30 most influential financial journalists in the nation under the age of 30 by TJFR/NewsBios for the past 4 years. He began writing for “The Times” in 1995 under unusual circumstances; at the time he started writing for the paper, he hadn’t yet graduated from high school.
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