Today we are pleased to highlight the work of Lynnley Browning, senior writer for Newsweek who focuses on the business beat (and no relation to this MRD writer!). You may also recognize Browning's byline from such publications as The New York Times, Fortune and Reuters, where she wrote about offshore private banking, tax, legal, insurance, real estate and investment. She has also covered everything from Ruth Madoff to Chelsea Clinton's wedding to Chechen oil pipelines and Krav Maga. Fluent in Russian, Browning's expertise has taken her to an impressive variety of locations: down in the mines of Norilsk Nickel in the Russian High Arctic; walking slippery oil platforms in Baku; and living with collective farmers in Krasnodar, to name a few. In Browning's words, being a journalist requires one "[t]o ask questions, dig deep and write a compelling, narrative-driven story that sheds light on something we didn't previously know..."
Check out Browning's work for yourself by browsing her Muck Rack portfolio, starting with recent riveting reads such as "A Made-in-America Offshore Tax Haven" (184 shares) and "Ambassador Tefft Would Upset Russia, and That's the Point" (105 shares).